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On Fast Neutrons: World's Most Powerful Reactor is Underway in Russia
17.05.2017 19:25
On Fast Neutrons: World's Most Powerful Reactor is Underway in Russia

Russia is mastering the peaceful atom and going to launch the world's most powerful fast-neutron research reactor, aka MBIR.

      The construction of its body at the Atommash Plant located in Volgodonsk town of the Rostov Region will be completed by the end of 2018.

      The multipurpose fast-neutron research reactor MBIR is under construction and will operate in the city of Dimitrovgrad. It will be based on the transition to a closed nuclear fuel cycle with reactors that operate on fast neutrons. The implementation of this project is believed to become a serious step in nuclear energy field and provide a new technological platform.





Author: Vera Ivanova


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