THOT01  加速器土木/レーザー  9月3日 講演会場2 09:00-09:20
Study of Utilizing Waste Heat from A Large-scale Accelerator with Adsorption Thermal Storage Materials
○佐々木 明日香,水戸谷 剛,赤堀 卓央(東日本機電開発株式会社),鈴木 正哉,万福 和子(産業技術総合研究所),小久保 孝,谷野 正幸,佐藤 現,村岡 慎一(高砂熱学工業株式会社),髙橋 福巳,姉帶 康則(株式会社WING),大平 尚(岩手県),吉岡 正和,成田 晋也(岩手大学)
○Asuka Sasaki, Goh Mitoya, Takao Akabori (HKK), Masaya Suzuki, Kazuko Manpuku (AIST), Takashi Kokubo, Masayuki Tanino, Gen Sato, Shinichi Muraoka (Takasago Thermal Engineering Co., Ltd.), Fukumi Takahashi, Yasunori Anetai (WING Co., Ltd.), Hisashi Odaira (Iwate Prefectural Office), Masakazu Yoshioka, Shinya Narita (Iwate University)
Construction of the International Linear Collider (ILC) in Japan has been considered. Since a large-scale accelerator such as the ILC is a facility with huge power load, it is important subject to build a sustainable power system in the operation. The electric power supplied to an accelerator is dissipated into the air as thermal energy from the cooling tower at the end. The temperature of the waste heat is usually less than 60 ℃ and it has not been reused so far. The water vapor adsorption material HASClay composed of nano-sized clay has been recently developed. It has a heat storage capacity with a principle of energy transfer in the desorption of water vapor. It particularly has an excellent storage ability for low-grade heat (<100 ℃). In addition, the heat stored can be reused offline by transporting the material with a sealed container. Now it is possible to establish a new heat supplying service if we can recover it by the HASClay from not only the ILC waste, but also various sources in the area around the ILC. In this study, we have developed a new technology to utilize the low-grade heat with a portable container aiming to establish an offline heat transportation system.