JP2007275813A - Stratum disposal facility and construction method used for the same - Google Patents

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JP2007275813A
JP2007275813A JP2006107117A JP2006107117A JP2007275813A JP 2007275813 A JP2007275813 A JP 2007275813A JP 2006107117 A JP2006107117 A JP 2006107117A JP 2006107117 A JP2006107117 A JP 2006107117A JP 2007275813 A JP2007275813 A JP 2007275813A
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a stratum disposal facility which carries out a stratum disposal of radioactive wastes or the like in underground pits and enables the stratum disposal of more wastes or the like in fewer pits than those in a conventional facility and reduces the number of problems of spring water due to fracture zones or the like and the number of water stop plugs to be mounted and realizes cost reduction, reduction of a construction period or the like even when many fracture zones or the like exist in uneven geological environment, and also to provide a construction method used for the same. <P>SOLUTION: An interval L between disposal pits 2 is greatly widened as compared with a conventional one in an ordinal disposal panel design to excavate the pits. Adits 20 are excavated from the disposal pits 2 to protrude in a lateral direction in areas A which are respectively made up of each disposal pit 2 and its surrounding without the fracture zones x and are suitable for the stratum disposal. Waste bodies C are buried and fixed in the disposal pits 2 and the adits 20 in the areas A in a method of vertically setting disposal holes or the like. The water stop plugs 10 are respectively installed at both ends of the disposal pits 2 in the areas A. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2008,JPO&INPIT

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本発明は、放射性廃棄物やその他の廃棄物等を地下坑道に地層処分する地層処分施設及びその構築方法に関するものである。特に、高レベル放射性廃棄物の地層処分において不均質な地質環境特性を考慮した施設形態を構築する場合に有効に適用される。その他、二酸化炭素の地中貯蔵などにも有効に適用される。   The present invention relates to a geological disposal facility that geologically disposes radioactive waste and other wastes in underground tunnels, and a construction method thereof. In particular, it is effectively applied when constructing a facility configuration that takes into account heterogeneous geological environmental characteristics in the geological disposal of high-level radioactive waste. In addition, it is effectively applied to underground storage of carbon dioxide.

原子力発電から生じる放射性廃棄物のうち高レベル放射性廃棄物は、使用済核燃料の再処理工程で分離された液体廃棄物であり、放射能レベルが高いばかりでなく、長期間にわたって放射能を持ち続ける長寿命の放射性核種が数多く含まれている。そのため、このような高レベル放射性廃棄物は、ガラス原料と共にステンレス鋼製のキャニスターに溶かし込みガラス固化体として安定化処理し、冷却のため数10年間貯蔵した後、ガラス固化体が収納されたキャニスターをオーバーパックと称される厚肉鋼板製の密閉容器内に密閉収納するなどして廃棄体とし、この廃棄体を地下300m(法律により決定)より深い安定した地層中に埋設処分するようにしている(図3参照)。   Among the radioactive waste generated from nuclear power generation, high-level radioactive waste is liquid waste separated in the reprocessing process of spent nuclear fuel, and not only has a high level of radioactivity but also continues to have radioactivity for a long period of time. It contains many long-lived radionuclides. Therefore, such high-level radioactive waste is dissolved in a stainless steel canister together with glass raw materials, stabilized as a glass solidified body, stored for several decades for cooling, and then the canister in which the glass solidified body is stored. To be disposed of in a sealed container made of thick steel plate called overpack, and disposed of in a stable formation deeper than 300m underground (determined by law). (See FIG. 3).

この廃棄体の地層処分方法としては、施工性、安全性、経済性の観点から、パネル方式が採用されている。図4に示すように、処分パネル1は平行に掘削形成された多数の処分坑道(トンネル)2から構成され、処分坑道内に配置された廃棄体がベントナイト等の緩衝材や埋め戻し材により埋設処分される。処分坑道2は主要坑道3により取り囲まれ、主要坑道間が連絡坑道4により連結され、地上と地下を結ぶ立坑や斜坑等のアクセス坑道 から廃棄体等が搬入される。また、処分パネル1は、処分サイトの地質環境条件等に応じて、分散配置や多層配置等の柔軟なパネルレイアウトが可能とされ、建設・操業・閉鎖の主要な作業を独立・並行して実施できるようにされている。   As a geological disposal method of this waste body, a panel method is adopted from the viewpoint of workability, safety, and economy. As shown in FIG. 4, the disposal panel 1 is composed of a large number of disposal tunnels 2 that are excavated in parallel, and the waste disposed in the disposal tunnel is buried with cushioning materials such as bentonite and backfilling materials. Will be disposed of. The disposal tunnel 2 is surrounded by a main tunnel 3, the main tunnels are connected by a connecting tunnel 4, and wastes and the like are carried from an access tunnel such as a vertical shaft or an inclined shaft connecting the ground and underground. In addition, the disposal panel 1 is capable of flexible panel layout such as distributed layout and multi-layer layout according to the geological environmental conditions of the disposal site, and the main work of construction, operation, and closure is performed independently and in parallel. It has been made possible.

処分坑道2における廃棄体の定置方式には、例えば、図5に示すような処分孔竪置き方式や処分坑道横置き方式がある。図5(a) の処分孔竪置き方式では、天然バリアとしての岩盤A中に掘削形成された処分坑道2の底版部から下に向って処分孔5を鉛直に掘削形成し、トンネル軸方向には所定の間隔をおいて多数形成し、この処分孔5内に人工バリアとして地下水や岩盤圧の影響を低減する緩衝材(ベントナイト等) Bを敷き詰めると共に、この緩衝材B中に竪にした廃棄体Cを埋設定置している。処分坑道2はベントナイト等の埋め戻し材6で埋め戻される。図5(b) の処分坑道横置き方式では、処分坑道2内に緩衝材Bを敷き詰めると共に、この緩衝材B中に横にした廃棄体Cをトンネル軸方向に所定の間隔をおいて埋設定置している。なお、軟岩系岩盤の場合には、処分坑道2の内面に支保工が設けられる。   Examples of the waste placement method in the disposal tunnel 2 include a disposal hole anchor placement method and a disposal tunnel horizontal placement method as shown in FIG. 5 (a), the disposal hole 5 is vertically drilled from the bottom slab part of the disposal tunnel 2 excavated in the rock mass A as a natural barrier, and is formed in the tunnel axis direction. Is formed in large numbers at a predetermined interval, and a buffer material (such as bentonite) B that reduces the influence of groundwater and rock pressure as an artificial barrier is laid in the disposal hole 5 and discarded in the buffer material B. The body C is buried. The disposal tunnel 2 is backfilled with a backfilling material 6 such as bentonite. In the disposal tunnel horizontal installation method of FIG. 5 (b), the buffer material B is spread in the disposal tunnel 2, and the waste C lying in the buffer material B is buried in the tunnel axis direction at a predetermined interval. is doing. In the case of soft rock base rock, a support work is provided on the inner surface of the disposal tunnel 2.

このような地層処分での安全性を示すためには、高レベル放射性廃棄物に含まれる核種が地下水に乗って人間が住んでいる世界に届かないように、岩盤自体の低透水性に期待すると共に、人間が掘削した処分坑道を確実に埋め戻し、核種の卓越した移行経路となる水みちを作らないことが要求されている。   In order to demonstrate the safety of such geological disposal, we expect low permeability of the bedrock itself so that nuclides contained in high-level radioactive waste do not reach the world where humans live on groundwater. At the same time, there is a need to reliably backfill man-made excavation tunnels and not create water channels that provide an excellent migration path for nuclides.

我が国におけるこれまでの地層処分事業は、先行して進められてきた海外と同様に好ましいサイト(均質で低透水性)を日本の中から選べるというスタンスで、輸入技術を基本に進めてきた。そのため、現在考えられている処分場概念は、H12レポートに示されているように対象サイトが均質で低透水性のサイトが確保できることを前提に、ある一定領域に等間隔で規則正しく廃棄体を定置する施設形態である(図4、図5参照)。   The geological disposal projects in Japan so far have been based on imported technology, with the stance of being able to select a favorable site (homogeneous and low water permeability) from within Japan, as has been done in advance. Therefore, the concept of the disposal site currently under consideration is to place wastes regularly in a certain area at regular intervals, assuming that the target site can secure a homogeneous and low-permeability site as shown in the H12 report. This is a facility form (see FIGS. 4 and 5).

また、本発明に関連する先行技術文献として、特許文献1〜3がある。特許文献1の発明は、放射性廃棄物の地層処分場を設置するためのサイトの選定及び地層処分場の仕様選定を支援するための意思決定支援システムに関するものであり、入力部、推定部、出力部を有し、入力部に入力される情報に基づいて、推定部が、建設の意図される地層処分場の安全性能と建設費用とを推定し、出力部が、推定された安全性能と建設費用とを両者の関係が明示される所定の形式で意思決定者に出力するものである。   Further, there are Patent Documents 1 to 3 as prior art documents related to the present invention. The invention of Patent Document 1 relates to a decision support system for supporting selection of a site for setting up a geological disposal site for radioactive waste and specification of a geological disposal site, and includes an input unit, an estimation unit, and an output. Based on the information input to the input unit, the estimation unit estimates the safety performance and construction cost of the geological repository intended for construction, and the output unit estimates the safety performance and construction The cost is output to the decision maker in a predetermined format that clearly shows the relationship between the two.

特許文献2の発明は、放射性廃棄物の埋設廃棄体の受け入れ順序決定や廃棄物処分場における廃棄体の埋設位置決定を支援するための放射性廃棄物埋設支援システムに関するものであり、放射性廃棄物処分場に受け入れられる埋設廃棄物バッチに属する廃棄体の埋設順序を調整するのに必要な情報を入力して、作業員被ばく量と、生活圏への漏洩に伴う安全評価被ばくシナリオ毎の被ばく量とを算出し、廃棄体の埋設候補位置との関係で示すものである。   The invention of Patent Document 2 relates to a radioactive waste embedding support system for supporting the determination of the order in which radioactive waste is buried and determining the location of the waste in the waste disposal site. Enter the information necessary to adjust the burial order of the waste belonging to the burial waste batch that can be accepted at the site, and the amount of worker exposure and the amount of exposure for each safety assessment exposure scenario due to leakage to the living sphere Is calculated and shown in relation to the burying candidate position of the waste.

特許文献3の発明は、放射性廃棄物等の処分パネルによる地層処分において、多数の破砕帯等が存在する場合でも最適に近いパネル形状・配置位置を短時間に選定でき、破砕帯等に対して設置される止水プラグの数を低減でき、コストの低減、工期の短縮等が図れるパネル配置方法であり、地質調査による地質データの任意の区画エリアに処分パネルを配置し、必要な処分容量の処分パネル配置パターンを数種類初期設定し、これらのパターンの、地質データ・基本建設コストデータ・止水プラグの追加コストデータを基に、地質データの不確実性を割増してトータル建設コストを算出し、一番安いものは捨て、一番安いものと二番目に安いものとで交叉させ、処分パネルの大きさや形状を変えながら分散配置し変形パターンを誕生させ、一番安いものに対しては突然変異による変形パターンを誕生させ、前記交叉と突然変異を一定回数繰り返し、その中で一番安いものを選択するものである。   The invention of Patent Document 3 can select a panel shape / positioning position close to the optimum in a short time even in the case where there are a large number of crushing zones in geological disposal by disposal panels for radioactive waste, etc. This is a panel layout method that can reduce the number of water stop plugs installed, reduce costs, shorten the construction period, etc. Several types of disposal panel layout patterns are initially set, and based on the geological data, basic construction cost data, and additional cost data of the water stop plug of these patterns, the uncertainty of the geological data is increased to calculate the total construction cost, Throw away the cheapest one, cross over the cheapest one and the second cheapest one, and create a deformed pattern by distributing and disposing the disposal panel while changing its size and shape. Cheap is born deformation pattern by mutation relative to those, the crossover and mutation of repeating a predetermined number of times, and selects the least expensive therein.

特開2003−43191号公報JP 2003-43191 A 特開2005−249541号公報JP 2005-249541 A 特開2006−35068号公報JP 2006-3068 A

日本の高レベル放射性廃棄物地層処分の実施主体であるNUMOは海外の国々と異なり、公募でサイトを選ぼうとしている。そのため応募サイトによっては好ましくない(不均質のため低透水性の場所も高透水性の場所も含まれる)サイトである可能性もあり、我が国においては、このような好ましくないサイトにおいても実施できる技術が必要とされている。   Unlike overseas countries, NUMO, which is the implementing body of Japan's high-level radioactive waste geological disposal, is trying to select a site by public offering. Therefore, there is a possibility that it may be a site that is not preferred depending on the application site (because it is inhomogeneous and includes places with low water permeability and high water permeability). In Japan, technology that can be implemented even at such unfavorable sites Is needed.

日本の好ましくないサイトとは、結晶質岩では多くの断層・破砕帯が存在しているサイト、堆積岩では多くの互層構造や挟み層などが存在しているサイトである。このようなサイトでは、例えば結晶質岩の場合、図6に示すように、断層・破砕帯xが多量に存在するため、図7に示すような従来技術における大規模な断層・破砕帯Xを避ける技術のみでは対応することができず、最終的には図8に示すように、破砕帯xがあっても従来どおり処分坑道2を構築し、破砕帯xの位置などには廃棄体Cを定置できないという非常に効率の悪い技術が適用されることとなる。   Unfavorable sites in Japan are sites where many faults and fracture zones exist in crystalline rocks, and many alternating layers and sandwich layers exist in sedimentary rocks. In such a site, for example, in the case of crystalline rock, there are a large amount of fault / fracture zone x as shown in FIG. 6, so a large-scale fault / fracture zone X as shown in FIG. As shown in FIG. 8, the disposal mine 2 is constructed as usual even if the crushing zone x exists, and the waste C is placed at the location of the crushing zone x. A very inefficient technique that cannot be placed will be applied.

即ち、上述したように、従来技術は不均質な地質環境特性を考慮した施設形態を有していないため、下記に示すような多くの問題点を有している。   That is, as described above, the prior art does not have a facility configuration that takes into account the heterogeneous geological environment characteristics, and thus has many problems as described below.

(1) 図8に示すように、処分坑道2のかなりの部分に廃棄体Cを定置することができないため、非効率である。
(2) 当初想定していたエリアに予定量の廃棄体を定置することができなくなり、新たなサイトを探す必要が生じる。
(3) 図8に示すように、破砕帯xへと繋がるゆるみ域の止水を目的とした止水プラグ10の設置数が膨大な数になる。
(4) 多数の処分坑道を等間隔で規則正しく掘削形成するため、掘削土量が増え、地表での残土置き場が足りなくなる。
(5) 湧水量が多くなり、そのための排水及び処理施設が必要になる。
(6) (1)〜(5)に関連し、コストが増加し、かつ工期も遅延する。
(7) 地層処分のプロジェクトを進めるためには一般市民を含めた様々な人々から合意形成を得る必要があるが、このような非効率なことを行うと、合意形成を得ることが困難になる。
(1) As shown in FIG. 8, the waste C cannot be placed in a considerable part of the disposal tunnel 2, which is inefficient.
(2) The planned amount of waste can no longer be placed in the area originally assumed, and a new site needs to be searched.
(3) As shown in FIG. 8, the installation number of the water stop plug 10 aiming at the water stop of the loose area connected to the crush zone x becomes a huge number.
(4) Since many disposal tunnels are regularly excavated at regular intervals, the amount of excavated soil increases and there is not enough remaining soil storage on the surface.
(5) The amount of spring water will increase, and drainage and treatment facilities will be required.
(6) In relation to (1) to (5), the cost increases and the construction period is delayed.
(7) In order to proceed with the geological disposal project, it is necessary to obtain consensus from various people including the general public. However, if such inefficiency is done, it will be difficult to obtain consensus. .

本発明は、上記のような問題を解消すべくなされたものであり、放射性廃棄物やその他の廃棄物等を地下坑道に地層処分する地層処分施設において、不均質な地質環境で多数の断層・破砕帯等が存在する場合でも、従来よりも少ない数の坑道でより多くの廃棄物等の地層処分が可能となり、また断層・破砕帯等による湧水問題や止水プラグ設置数を減らすことができ、コストの低減や工期の短縮等を図ることのできる地層処分施設及びその構築方法を提供するものである。   The present invention has been made to solve the above-mentioned problems, and in a geological disposal facility that geologically disposes radioactive waste and other wastes in underground tunnels, a number of faults and Even in the presence of crush zones, it is possible to dispose of more waste in a smaller number of tunnels than before, and to reduce the number of springs and fault plugs due to faults and crush zones. It is possible to provide a geological disposal facility that can reduce costs and shorten the construction period, and a construction method thereof.

本発明の請求項1の発明は、廃棄体(放射性廃棄物やその他の廃棄物等)を地下の地盤中に地層処分するために地下に建設される地層処分施設であり、地下の地盤中に間隔をおいて並設される複数の処分坑道と、処分坑道とその周辺からなる地層処分に好ましいエリアにおいて処分坑道から側方に向かって突出するように形成される横坑を備えていることを特徴とする地層処分施設である。   The invention of claim 1 of the present invention is a geological disposal facility constructed underground for disposal of waste (radioactive waste, other waste, etc.) in the underground ground, A plurality of disposal tunnels arranged side by side, and a horizontal shaft formed so as to protrude laterally from the disposal tunnel in an area preferable for geological disposal consisting of the disposal tunnel and its periphery It is a featured geological disposal facility.

本発明の請求項2の発明は、廃棄体(放射性廃棄物やその他の廃棄物等)を地下の地盤中に地層処分するために地下に建設される地層処分施設の構築方法であり、地下の地盤中に複数の処分坑道を通常の処分坑道間隔よりも大きい間隔で掘削形成し、掘削済みの処分坑道において処分坑道とその周辺に破砕帯などの無いあるいは破砕帯などの少ない地層処分に好ましいエリアを選択し、この好ましいエリアにおいて処分坑道から側方に向かって突出する横坑を掘削形成することを特徴とする地層処分施設の構築方法である。   The invention of claim 2 of the present invention is a construction method of a geological disposal facility constructed underground for disposal of waste (radioactive waste, other waste, etc.) in the underground ground. An area suitable for geological disposal in which multiple disposal tunnels are excavated and formed in the ground at intervals greater than the normal disposal tunnel spacing, and there are no or no crushing zones in the disposal tunnel and its surroundings. In this preferred area, a horizontal excavation projecting laterally from the disposal tunnel is excavated and formed.

本発明は、不均質な地質環境特性に応じた施設形態とするものであり、例えば図1、図2に示すように、(1)処分坑道間隔を通常の設計よりも大幅に広げて掘削形成する。処分坑道は基本的に平行配列であるが、全体的にまたは部分的に角度を付けて掘削形成する場合もある。また、この処分坑道による処分パネルは、上下方向に傾斜している場合、上下に間隔をおいて複数層で配置される場合などがある。(2)掘削済みの処分坑道から地層処分に好ましいエリアを探す。地層処分に好ましいエリアは、例えば、結晶質岩では断層・破砕帯が存在しない区域、堆積岩では互層構造や挟み層などが存在しない区域であり、また断層・破砕帯等が全く存在しない区域に限らず、多少の断層・破砕帯等がある場合も許容される。(3)選択された好ましいエリア内には処分坑道とその周辺が含まれており、その処分坑道から横坑を直角にまたは角度を付けて掘削形成する。この横坑は好ましいエリア内に納まるように掘削形成される。(4)好ましいエリア内の処分坑道及び横坑内に廃棄体を処分孔竪置き方式などにより埋設定置する。好ましいエリア内の処分坑道の両端部、即ち断層・破砕帯等へと繋がるゆるみ域には、止水プラグを設置する。   The present invention is a facility configuration according to heterogeneous geological environment characteristics. For example, as shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, (1) the excavation formation is performed with the disposal tunnel interval greatly widened than the normal design. To do. The disposal mine is basically a parallel arrangement, but may be excavated at an angle in whole or in part. Moreover, when the disposal panel by this disposal tunnel is inclined in the up-and-down direction, it may be arrange | positioned by multiple layers at intervals up and down. (2) Search for a favorable area for geological disposal from the excavated disposal tunnel. Areas preferred for geological disposal are, for example, areas where there is no fault / fracture zone in crystalline rocks, areas where there is no alternate layer structure or sandwich layer in sedimentary rocks, and areas where no faults / fracture zones exist. However, it is acceptable if there are some faults and fracture zones. (3) The preferred area selected includes the disposal mine shaft and its periphery, and a horizontal mine is excavated at a right angle or at an angle from the disposal mine shaft. This horizontal shaft is excavated to fit within a preferred area. (4) Place the wastes in the disposal tunnels and horizontal shafts in the preferred area using the disposal hole anchoring method. Water stop plugs are installed at both ends of the disposal mine in a preferred area, that is, in a loose area that leads to a fault / crush zone.

なお、地層の破砕帯は、岩石が帯状に破砕されているものである。断層の多くのものは破砕帯を伴っており、断層破砕帯と呼ばれている。また、断層でも破砕帯を伴わず、鋭いナイフで切ったような断面のみのものもあり、また断層と言えるほどのずれを伴わない単なる破砕帯もある。これらは、多くの場合、地下水の通路となっている。本発明における破砕帯あるいは断層・破砕帯は、上記の破砕帯、断層、断層破砕帯などを含むものである。   In addition, the crush zone of the formation is a rock crushed into a belt shape. Many faults are accompanied by fracture zones, which are called fault fracture zones. In addition, some faults do not have a crush zone but only have a cross-section that is cut with a sharp knife, and there are also simple crush zones that do not involve a gap that can be said to be a fault. These are often groundwater passages. The crush zone or fault / crush zone in the present invention includes the crush zone, fault, fault crush zone and the like described above.

以上のような構成の本発明によれば、処分坑道の配置間隔を大幅に広げ、好ましい場所を探してその処分坑道と横坑に廃棄体を地層処分するため、廃棄体を地層処分できない処分坑道が大幅に減少する。また、処分坑道の本数が従来よりも減少することで、不必要に破砕帯等を横断することがなくなるため、湧水問題も減少すると共に、破砕帯等へと繋がるゆるみ域の止水を目的としたプラグ設置数も減少する。以上のような地質環境特性を十分に踏まえた施設形態のため、合意形成が得られやすくなる。   According to the present invention having the above-described configuration, the disposition tunnel cannot dispose of waste in a geological manner because the disposal interval of the disposal tunnel is greatly widened, and a preferable place is searched to dispose of waste in the disposal tunnel and the horizontal shaft. Is greatly reduced. In addition, since the number of disposal tunnels is reduced compared to the conventional one, it is no longer necessary to cross the crushing zone, etc. The number of plugs installed is also reduced. It is easy to obtain consensus because the facility is based on the above geological environment characteristics.

本発明は、以上のような構成からなるので、次のような効果が得られる。   Since the present invention is configured as described above, the following effects can be obtained.

(1) 放射性廃棄物やその他の廃棄物等の地層処分サイトにおけるパネル状の地層処分施設において、処分坑道の配置間隔を大幅に広げ、好ましい場所を探してその処分坑道と横坑に廃棄体を地層処分するため、従来よりも少ない数の坑道でより多くの廃棄物等の地層処分が可能となる。掘削土量が大幅に減少すると共に、廃棄体の効率的な地層処分が可能となる。
(2) 処分坑道の本数が従来よりも減少することで、不必要に破砕帯等を横断することがなくなるため、湧水問題が減少し、また破砕帯等へと繋がるゆるみ域の止水プラグの設置数も減少する。
(3) 以上のことから、コストの低減や工期の短縮等が図られる。
(4)施設形態は基本的に従来の処分パネル・竪置き方式等を継承しており、受け入れやすい施設形態である。前述の地質環境特性を十分に踏まえた施設形態と相まって、合意形成が得られやすくなる。
(5)応募されたサイトの地質環境の不均質性に応じた施設形態が可能になる。また、従来の手法では実施できない限られた敷地においても地層処分が可能となる。
(1) In a panel-like geological disposal facility at a geological disposal site for radioactive waste and other waste, the arrangement interval of disposal tunnels is greatly expanded, and a waste is placed in the disposal tunnels and horizontal shafts by searching for a preferred location. Since geological disposal is performed, it becomes possible to dispose of more waste and the like in a smaller number of tunnels than in the past. The amount of excavated soil is greatly reduced, and efficient geological disposal of waste bodies becomes possible.
(2) Since the number of disposal tunnels is smaller than before, it will not unnecessarily cross the crushing zone, etc., so the problem of spring water will be reduced, and the water stop plug in the slack area leading to the crushing zone etc. The number of installations will also decrease.
(3) From the above, cost reduction and construction period can be shortened.
(4) The facility form basically inherits the conventional disposal panel and laying method, and is an easy to accept facility form. A consensus building is easily obtained in combination with the above-mentioned facility form that fully considers the geological environment characteristics.
(5) The facility form according to the heterogeneity of the geological environment of the applied site becomes possible. In addition, geological disposal becomes possible even in limited sites that cannot be implemented with conventional methods.

以下、本発明を図示する実施形態に基づいて説明する。この実施形態は高レベル放射性廃棄物の地層処分に適用した例である。図1は、本発明に係る地層処分施設のレイアウトの一例を示す平面図である。図2は、図1の地層処分施設の部分をより詳細に示した平面図である。   Hereinafter, the present invention will be described based on the illustrated embodiments. This embodiment is an example applied to the geological disposal of high-level radioactive waste. FIG. 1 is a plan view showing an example of a layout of a geological disposal facility according to the present invention. FIG. 2 is a plan view showing a part of the geological disposal facility of FIG. 1 in more detail.

図1において、処分パネル1は、従来と同様に、地下300mより深い安定した地層中に構築されており、所定の間隔をおいて併設された複数の処分坑道2と、これら処分坑道2を取り囲む主要坑道3などから構成されている。廃棄体Cは、地上から立坑や斜坑等のアクセス坑道により地下に搬入され、連絡坑道や主要坑道3によって各処分パネル1の処分坑道2内に搬送され、従来においては、各処分坑道2に図5に示すような処分孔竪置き方式や処分坑道横置き方式により埋設定置される。   In FIG. 1, the disposal panel 1 is constructed in a stable formation deeper than 300 m underground, as in the past, and surrounds a plurality of disposal tunnels 2 provided at predetermined intervals, and surrounding these disposal tunnels 2. It consists of the main tunnel 3 and the like. The waste C is carried underground from the ground through an access tunnel such as a vertical shaft or a tilt shaft, and is transported into the disposal tunnel 2 of each disposal panel 1 by the connecting tunnel or the main tunnel 3. It is buried by the disposal hole dredging method and disposal tunnel horizontal placement method as shown in 5.

このような処分パネル1において、本発明では、図1、図2に示すように、処分坑道2の間隔Lを通常の処分パネル設計における従来の処分坑道間隔よりも大幅に広げて掘削形成し、各処分坑道2とその周辺からなる地層処分に好ましいエリアAにおいて処分坑道2から側方に向かって突出するように横坑20を掘削形成する。地上からの調査結果(断層破砕帯の分布(頻度など))に基づき、事前設計として間隔Lを決める。実際に坑道を掘削し、断層破砕帯の分布(頻度など)の観察結果に基づき、次に掘削する坑道の間隔Lを見直すこともある。地層処分に好ましいエリアAは、結晶質岩の場合、断層・破砕帯xに囲まれた断層・破砕帯xの無い区域あるいは断層・破砕帯xの少ない区域である。横坑20は処分坑道2の両側あるいは片側に配置され、先端が断層・破砕帯xに当たらないように掘削形成される。   In such a disposal panel 1, in the present invention, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the distance L between the disposal tunnels 2 is significantly wider than the conventional disposal tunnel distance in a normal disposal panel design, and excavation is formed. A horizontal pit 20 is excavated and formed so as to protrude laterally from the disposal mineway 2 in an area A preferable for geological disposal consisting of each disposal mineway 2 and its periphery. Based on the survey results from the ground (fracture zone distribution (frequency, etc.)), the interval L is determined as a prior design. A tunnel is actually excavated, and the interval L between the tunnels to be excavated may be reconsidered based on the observation result of the distribution (frequency, etc.) of the fault fracture zone. In the case of crystalline rock, the preferred area A for the geological disposal is an area without the fault / crush zone x surrounded by the fault / crush zone x or an area with few faults / crush zone x. The horizontal pit 20 is disposed on both sides or one side of the disposal mine shaft 2 and is formed by excavation so that the tip does not hit the fault / crush zone x.

このようなエリアA内の処分坑道2及び横坑20内に廃棄体Cが処分孔竪置き方式や処分坑道横置き方式により埋設定置される。図2の図示例は処分孔竪置き方式であり、処分坑道2や横坑20の底版部から下に向って処分孔5を鉛直に掘削形成し、トンネル軸方向には所定の間隔をおいて多数形成し、この処分孔5内に人工バリアとして地下水や岩盤圧の影響を低減する緩衝材(ベントナイト等) Bを敷き詰めると共に、この緩衝材B中に竪にした廃棄体Cが埋設定置される。また、エリアA内の処分坑道2と断層・破砕帯xとの間には処分坑道2の横断面を遮断する止水プラグ10を設置する。   The waste C is buried in the disposal tunnel 2 and the horizontal shaft 20 in the area A by a disposal hole anchoring method or a disposal tunnel horizontal placement method. The example shown in FIG. 2 is a disposal hole dredging system, in which the disposal hole 5 is vertically drilled downward from the bottom slab portion of the disposal tunnel 2 or the horizontal shaft 20, and at a predetermined interval in the tunnel axis direction. A large number of buffer materials (such as bentonite) B that reduce the influence of groundwater and rock pressure are laid in the disposal holes 5 as artificial barriers, and the waste bodies C that are trapped in the buffer materials B are buried. . In addition, a water stop plug 10 is installed between the disposal tunnel 2 in the area A and the fault / crush zone x to block the cross section of the disposal tunnel 2.

なお、各処分坑道2は基本的に平行に形成するが、図1に二点鎖線で示すように、全体的にあるいは部分的に、角度を付けて形成する場合もある。また、横坑20も基本的に処分坑道2に直交するように形成するが、図1に二点鎖線で示すように、角度を付けて形成する場合もある。地上からの調査結果(断層破砕帯の分布(頻度など))に基づき、事前設計として角度を決める。実際に坑道を掘削し、断層破砕帯の分布(頻度など)の観察結果に基づき、次に掘削する坑道の角度を見直すこともある。さらに、水平面内の処分バネルを基本としているが、上下方向に傾斜させた斜坑による処分パネルとする場合もある。また、処分パネルを上下に間隔をおいて複数層設ける場合もある。   Each disposal tunnel 2 is basically formed in parallel, but as shown by a two-dot chain line in FIG. 1, it may be formed entirely or partially at an angle. Moreover, although the horizontal pit 20 is basically formed so as to be orthogonal to the disposal mine shaft 2, it may be formed at an angle as shown by a two-dot chain line in FIG. Based on the survey results from the ground (fracture zone distribution (frequency, etc.)), the angle is determined as a preliminary design. A tunnel is actually excavated, and the angle of the next tunnel to be excavated may be reviewed based on the observation result of the distribution (frequency, etc.) of the fault fracture zone. Furthermore, although it is based on a disposal panel in a horizontal plane, it may be a disposal panel with an inclined shaft inclined in the vertical direction. In some cases, a plurality of disposal panels are provided at intervals in the vertical direction.

以上のような構成の本発明の施設形態において、具体的には次のような手順で地層処分施設を構築する。   In the facility configuration of the present invention configured as described above, specifically, a geological disposal facility is constructed by the following procedure.

(1) 先ず、地表からの調査により、大規模な断層・破砕帯Xを把握し、基本的にはこの大規模な断層・破砕帯Xを避けたレイアウトを構築する(図7参照)。
(2) このレイアウトにおいては、処分坑道2の間隔Lを大幅に広げておく(図1参照)。
(3) 実際に処分坑道2の掘削を行う。
(4) 掘削した多数の処分坑道2について、処分坑道2とその周辺からなる地層処分に好ましいエリアAを調査などにより探す(図1参照)。地表からの調査において詳細な破砕帯xの分布は分からないが、地下深部に坑道2を掘削すれば探査が可能になる。
(5) 選択された好ましいエリアAを対象に処分坑道2から横坑20を掘削し、廃棄体定置場所を確保する(図2参照)。
(6) 処分坑道2及び横坑20に廃棄体Cを処分孔竪置き方式などにより埋設定置する。
(7) 処分坑道2及び横坑20を埋め戻すと共に止水プラグ10で止水する。
(1) First, a large-scale fault / fracture zone X is grasped by surveys from the ground surface, and basically a layout that avoids this large-scale fault / fracture zone X is constructed (see FIG. 7).
(2) In this layout, the interval L between the disposal tunnels 2 is greatly increased (see FIG. 1).
(3) Excavate the disposal tunnel 2 in practice.
(4) For a number of excavated disposal tunnels 2, search for suitable area A for geological disposal consisting of the disposal tunnel 2 and its surroundings (see Fig. 1). Although the detailed distribution of the crush zone x is not known in the survey from the ground surface, exploration is possible by excavating the tunnel 2 in the deep underground.
(5) Excavate the horizontal shaft 20 from the disposal shaft 2 for the selected preferred area A, and secure a place for waste disposal (see FIG. 2).
(6) Place the waste C in the disposal mine 2 and the horizontal pit 20 by the disposal hole anchoring method.
(7) Backfill the disposal tunnel 2 and the horizontal shaft 20 and stop the water with the water stop plug 10.

本発明の図2の場合、従来の図8より少ない本数の処分坑道2及び坑道の掘削量で、より多くの廃棄体Cの埋設定置を行うことができる。また、本発明では、処分坑道2が不必要に破砕帯xを横断することがなくなるため、湧水問題が減少し、また止水プラグ10の設置数も大幅に減少する。   In the case of FIG. 2 of the present invention, a larger amount of waste body C can be buried and set with a smaller number of disposal mine 2 and digging amount of the mine than in the conventional FIG. Moreover, in this invention, since the disposal mine tunnel 2 does not cross the crush zone x unnecessarily, the problem of spring water is reduced, and the number of water stop plugs 10 is greatly reduced.

なお、以上は高レベル放射性廃棄物の地層処分について説明したが、これに限らず、二酸化炭素の地中貯蔵やその他の廃棄物の地層処分にも本発明の施設形態を適用することができる。   In addition, although the geological disposal of high level radioactive waste was demonstrated above, it is not restricted to this, The facility form of this invention is applicable also to geological storage of a carbon dioxide, and geological disposal of other waste.

本発明に係る地層処分施設のレイアウトの一例を示す平面図である。It is a top view which shows an example of the layout of the geological disposal facility which concerns on this invention. 図1の地層処分施設の部分をより詳細に示したものであり、(a)は平面図、(b)は処分孔竪置き方式を示す斜視図である。FIG. 2 is a more detailed view of a portion of the geological disposal facility of FIG. 1, (a) is a plan view, and (b) is a perspective view showing a disposal hole storage system. 高レベル放射性廃棄物の地層処分場の一例を断面にして示す斜視図である。It is a perspective view which shows an example of the geological disposal site of a high level radioactive waste in a cross section. 従来一般の処分パネルの施設形態を示す平面図である。It is a top view which shows the facility form of the conventional general disposal panel. 処分パネルにおける廃棄体の定置方式を示す斜視図であり、(a) は処分孔竪置き方式、(b) は処分坑道横置き方式である。It is a perspective view which shows the placement method of the waste body in a disposal panel, (a) is a disposal hole anchor placement method, (b) is a disposal tunnel horizontal placement method. 不均質な地質環境における断層・破砕帯の分布を示す水平断面図である。It is a horizontal sectional view showing the distribution of faults and fracture zones in a heterogeneous geological environment. 従来における大規模断層・破砕帯を避けるパネル配置を断面にして示す斜視図である。It is a perspective view which shows the panel arrangement which avoids the conventional large-scale fault and crush zone in a cross section. 従来における断層・破砕帯に対する対策技術を示したものであり、(a)は平面図、(b)は処分孔竪置き方式の斜視図である。The countermeasure technique with respect to the fault and the crushing zone in the past is shown, (a) is a top view, (b) is a perspective view of a disposal hole anchor placement system.

符号の説明Explanation of symbols

1……処分パネル
2……処分坑道
3……主要坑道
4……連絡坑道
5……処分孔
6……埋め戻し材
10……止水プラグ
20……横坑
A……岩盤(天然バリア)
B……緩衝材(人工バリア)
C……廃棄体
X……大規模な断層・破砕帯
x……断層・破砕帯
1 …… Disposal panel 2 …… Disposal tunnel 3 …… Main tunnel 4 …… Communication tunnel 5 …… Disposal hole 6 …… Backfill material 10 …… Water plug 20 …… Horizontal shaft A …… Band (natural barrier)
B …… Buffer material (artificial barrier)
C …… Waste body X …… Large scale fault / fracture zone x …… Fault / fracture zone

Claims (2)

廃棄体を地下の地盤中に地層処分するために地下に建設される地層処分施設であり、
地下の地盤中に間隔をおいて並設される複数の処分坑道と、処分坑道とその周辺からなる地層処分に好ましいエリアにおいて処分坑道から側方に向かって突出するように形成される横坑を備えていることを特徴とする地層処分施設。
A geological disposal facility constructed underground to dispose of waste in the underground ground,
A plurality of disposal tunnels arranged side by side in the underground ground, and a horizontal shaft formed to project laterally from the disposal tunnel in an area suitable for geological disposal consisting of the disposal tunnel and its surroundings Geological disposal facility characterized by having.
廃棄体を地下の地盤中に地層処分するために地下に建設される地層処分施設の構築方法であり、
地下の地盤中に複数の処分坑道を通常の処分坑道間隔よりも大きい間隔で掘削形成し、掘削済みの処分坑道において処分坑道とその周辺に破砕帯などの無いあるいは破砕帯などの少ない地層処分に好ましいエリアを選択し、この好ましいエリアにおいて処分坑道から側方に向かって突出する横坑を掘削形成することを特徴とする地層処分施設の構築方法。
It is a construction method of a geological disposal facility constructed underground to dispose of waste in the underground ground,
Multiple disposal tunnels are excavated and formed in the underground ground at an interval larger than the normal disposal tunnel interval, and in the excavated disposal tunnel, there is no crushing zone in the disposal tunnel and its surroundings or there are few crushing zones etc. A method for constructing a geological disposal facility, characterized in that a preferred area is selected, and a horizontal pit that protrudes laterally from the disposal mine is excavated in the preferred area.
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