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MYRRHA within the EURATOM roadmap MYRRHA Accelerator 1st International design review, SCK-CEN (Brussels, BE), 12-13/11/2012 Roger GARBIL Acting Head of.

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1 MYRRHA within the EURATOM roadmap MYRRHA Accelerator 1st International design review, SCK-CEN (Brussels, BE), 12-13/11/2012 Roger GARBIL Acting Head of Unit DG Research and Innovation Euratom Fission European Commission

2 EuratomFission challenges Safe and harmonised management of radioactive waste Enhanced safety of design and operation of existing and future reactors Lift uncertainty about health risks after low radiation dose due to industrial and medical applications Ensure transfer of knowledge to future generation in the field Integration of European research programming and implementation Challenges need to be addressed worldwide

3 Research & Innovation indirect actions support safe operation of nuclear systems contribute to efficient solutions for the management of ultimate waste Support development and maintain nuclear competences foster radiation protection ensure availability of research infrastructures EuratomFission objectives FP7ETPsERAINCOH2020

4 TopicFP5FP6 EUROTRANS DM. FP7 Coupling-DM2-ECATSFREYA FuelsCONFIRM FUTURE DM3-AFTRAFAIRFUELS, F-BRIDGE, ASGARD, ALICE Thermal- Hydraulics ASCHLIMTHINS, SEARCH, MAXSIMA MaterialsMEGAPIE, SPIRE, TECLA DM4-DEMETRAMATTER, GETMAT DesignPDS-XADSDM1-DESIGNCDT, MAX, SARGEN-IV, SILER LFR-ELSYLEADER Infrastructures-VELLA, MTR-I3HELIMNET, ADRIANA, DELOITTE Study Scenario studies-PATEROSARCAS PartitioningPYROREP, PARTNEW EUROPARTACSEPT, SACSESS Total budget / EU contribution ~€51M/€20M~€71M/€36M~€145M/€74M MYRRHA Strongly embedded in Euratom FP

5 YEARLY CALLS 01/01/2007 EU/EURATOM WP Implementation 1/01/2014 H2020 Geological disposal Reactor systems Safety & competitiveness of nuclear installation Advanced nuclear systems for increased sustainability Advanced systems for non-electrical uses Radiation protection Research infrastructures Training and mobility Cross-cutting and INCO Grand Total: ~55 M€/y RTD Fission ETPs from 2003 SETPLAN from 2007 Call : ESNII Preparatory phase 4.1.1: MYRRHA as a pan- European and world level facility Towards Joint Programming in Research Working together to tackle common challenges more effectively

6 DG-RTD indirect actions Fusion DG-RTD indirect actions Fission & Radiation Protection JRC direct actions Nuclear-related activities Euratom H2020 ( ) = €4352 M €709 M €355 M €725 M … having ITER Construction = €2573 M outside MFF for now €2573 M ITER 8%75% 17% EURATOMH2020 Budget 20%39% 41% 1.Excellent science 2.Industrial leadership 3.Societal challenges

7 Euratom fission budget remains modest... R&D investments in priority technologies of the SETPLAN, COM(2009)519 9% * 1% * incl.JRC 20% *

8 From a project-related logic to a programme-related logic Scientific communities EC programme National actions and programmes EC supporting actions

9 ALLEGRO Experimental reactor (GFR) ASTRID Prototype (SFR) SFR Supporting infrastructures, research facilities MYRRHA ETPP European demonstration reactor (LFR) Reference technology Alternative technology LFR GFR MYRRHA Fast spectrum irradiation facility MYRRHA part of … SETPLAN and ESNII

10 Energy Independence Knowledge Economy ESFRI European Strategic Forum for Research Infrastructure SET Plan European Strategic Energy Plan MYYRHA for Europe and future nuclear energy

11 2001: International Strategic Guidance Committee 2002: International Technical Guidance Committee 2003: Review by Russian Lead Reactor Technology Experts (ISTC#2552p project) 2005: Conclusions of the European Commission FP5 Project PDS-XADS ( ) 2006: European Commission FP6 Project EUROTRANS ( ): Conclusions of Review and Justification of the main options of XT-ADS starting from MYRRHA 2007: International Assessment Meeting of the Advanced Nuclear Systems Institute 2008: European Commission FP7 Project Central Design Team (CDT) at Mol for MYRRHA detailed design 2009: MIRT of OECD/NEA on request of Belgian Government 2012: MYRRHA accelerator under MAX project MYRRHA International reviews

12 M ultipurpose h Y brid R esearch R eactor for H igh-tech A pplications Waste Fission GEN IV Fusion Fundamental research Silicon doping Radio- isotopes 50 to 100 MWth  Fast = ~10 15 n/cm².s (En>0.75 MeV)  = 1 to n/cm².s (ppm He/dpa ~ 10) in medium-large volumes Material research  Fast = 1 to n/cm².s (En>1 MeV) in large volumes Fuel research Φ tot = 0.5 to n/cm².s  th = 0.5 to n/cm².s (En<0.4 eV)  th = 0.1 to n/cm².s (En<0.4 eV) High energy LINAC 600 MeV – 1 GeV Long irradiation time MYRRHAMultipurpose Facility

13 13 MYRRHA: EXPERIMENTAL ACCELERATOR DRIVEN SYSTEM A pan-European, innovative and unique facility  Time horizon: full operation ~ 2023  Costs: ~ EUR 960 million

14 Many thinks....


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