地質構造の解析と採来予測 -近畿地方を例として- [in Japanese] Analytical Research on Geological Structure and Assessing Future of Geological Behavior -On the case study on Kinki District- [in Japanese]
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Utilization of the deep and large underground space. especially, geological disposal of nuclear waste might be increasing in future. Typical results of space safety assessments make it clear that there can be no good scientific reason for trancating analyses at more than 10,000 year's interval. The most important technical tasks concern the development and deployment of suitable science and technology for implementing safe underground facilities. Experiences worldwide has shown that the most controversial technical tasks, however, are the formulation of appropriate safety requirement together with criteria for demonstrating compliance with these requirements, and the preparation of comprehensive and transparent case study that demonstrates repository safety. It must be clear to all interested parties exactly how the engineered and geologic barriers work in concert in a robust manner to provide the safety. The qualitative arguments that support our understanding of large-term behavior of a repository must be explained. One of the first and must critical phases of field development is reliable geological interpretation and precise geological characterization. Geological interpretation and precise characterization and safety assessments, make it clear that there could be scientific analysis by stages on the scale of island arc, wide and middle regions. Of course, near field analysis and future assessment is most important to take precise data and to analysis them. This paper, discuss on the geological characteization of the Kinki District for the case study.
- Journal of MMIJ
Journal of MMIJ 114(11), 753-762, 1998-10
The Mining and Materials Processing Institute of Japan