Gebruik van plutonium in watergekoelde reactoren

AuthorMuysken, M.
Date 1 October 1972
Page number280-286
MagazineAtoomenergie en haar toepassingen, Petten, Nederland
Year 14
Number of pages 7
Tags: AEC - US Atomic Energy Commission, forerunner NRC (until 1975)
ALKEM - Alkem, Hanau
BELGONUCLÉAIRE - Belgonucléaire
FUEL FABRICATION - Also deliveries to power plants
BWR - Boiling water reactor; including ABWR, SWR 1000 ESBWR
CADARACHE, FRANCE - Cadarache; Rhapsody, France
CNEN - Comitato Nazionale per l'Energia Nucleare, Italy
HANFORD N, USA - Hanford N, Richland, Washington, USA
COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY - Atomic energy costs
MOX - Mixed oxide fuel, commonly referred to as MOX fuel, is nuclear fuel that contains more than one oxide of fissile material, usually consisting of plutonium blended with natural uranium, reprocessed uranium, or depleted uranium.
PLUTONIUM - environment, use, production, discussion transuranic
PWR - Pressurized water reactor
URANIUM RESOURCES & PRICE - well production rates; no mining and environmental impacts
WINDSCALE - GB - reactor accident is 57; z.o. Sellafield, Calder Hall, Thorp

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