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      Sustainability and the Fixed Bed Nuclear Reactor (FBNR)

      Sustainability
      MDPI AG

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            Thermal hydraulics of the fixed bed nuclear reactor concept

            The thermo-hydraulics of the fixed bed nuclear reactor (FBNR), possessing spherical HTGR type fuel, is described. Its main characteristic is the variable fixed bed core in suspense and its “cold” fuel in case of a LOCA (< 400°C). A 40 MW el reactor has a pressure loss across the fixed bed of 9.5 bar and needs a pump power of 3.4 MW el – more than in a classical PWR but being the price for its excellent inherent safety characteristics.
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              A fool proof non-proliferation nuclear reactor concept

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                Journal
                SUSTDE
                Sustainability
                Sustainability
                MDPI AG
                2071-1050
                August 2012
                August 06 2012
                : 4
                : 8
                : 1683-1710
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                10.3390/su4081683
                768eac05-5c77-4360-a313-3ffaaae64b7a
                © 2012

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