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 […]More
“Bulletin of the nuclear” February № 22017 Interview by Alexander Tuzov, Director of the Research Institute of Atomic Reactors (RIAR). There two sizeable projects currently under construction at RIAR site – reactor MBIR and the Polifunctional radiochemical complex (PRC). Can you tell how construction works are progressing. Both projects are at the stage of construction. […]More
LeadCold, the lead-cooled small nuclear reactor technology company, has said licensing and construction of a demonstration SEALER (Swedish Advanced Lead Fast Reactor) in Canada has moved a step closer thanks to $200 million in funding from Essel Group Middle East. In October last year, Essel Group ME – a subsidiary of Indian multinational conglomerate Essel […]More
The world of research reactors: FFTF Back to life?
Printed from AtomInfo.Ru, 16.03.2017 http://www.atominfo.ru/newsp/w0343.htm (in Russian) Probability of the restart of the fast sodium cooled reactor FFTF has been discussed recently among US nuclear specialists. DOE draft report Extra impetus to the rumors was given by a draft DOE report on the requirements for a new research reactor. Document notes that US has got […]More