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Creating a multi-purpose research reactor on fast neutrons MBIR

Research reactors in the world Research reactors have contributed substantially to the development of nuclear science and technology for the last half century. But today we are at the point where most of discoveries achievable with existing research reactors have already been made. New innovations and discoveries need newer tools and more powerful research facilities […]

Australia Formally Joins Generation IV International Forum

19.09.2017_No186 / News in Brief The Independent Global Nuclear News Agency Research & Development 19 Sep (NucNet): Australia has formally acceded to the framework agreement of the Generation IV International Forum (GIF), an international group set up to develop and design the next generation of nuclear energy systems. Accession allows Australia, which has no commercial […]

Molten salt reactor experiment begins at Petten

06 September 2017 Irradiation tests on a mixture of lithium and thorium fluoride salts are under way at the High Flux Reactor at Petten in the Netherlands. The results will yield new data on the safe operation of molten salt reactors (MSRs). Molten salt reactors use fuel dissolved in a molten fluoride or chloride salt. […]

Alexander Tuzov: research works for fast technologies will be for long in demand

AtomInfo.Ru, 06.07.2017 Director of the Research Institute of Atomic Reactors Alexander Tuzov answered to the questions of AtomInfo.Ru during the international conference FR-17 in Yekaterinburg. Mr. Tuzov, at the plenary you emphasized the topic of the role of research reactors for the commercial industrial development of fast technologies. First we must make clear which technology […]



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