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Nano-Steel for Nuclear Reactors
3.02.2011 13:20
Nano-Steel for Nuclear Reactors

Russian scientists have created original steel, aimed at for power increase in nuclear reactors.
      The innovation is expected to increase design lifetime of reactor shell of a stationary nuclear power plant up to 100 years and even more. Or, keeping design lifetime of reactor shell 60-80 years, using new development enhances power production for 30-40%.
      Tests of the new material confirmed its unique performance properties. New type of steel can also be used for producing shells for reactors of nuclear-driven vessels.
      Source: Science & Life
Author: Anna Kizilova


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