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High-Temperature Reactor to Appear in Russia by 2020
16.09.2008 13:08
High-Temperature Reactor to Appear in Russia by 2020
Very high temperature reactor

Russian engineers announced plans on building high-temperature nuclear reactor with gas cooling in our country by 2020.
      Existing atomic power plants are aimed at producing electricity and low-temperature heat for warming and water desalination. High-temperature reactors will expand plant workability.
      Temperatures about 1000 degrees Centigrade allow using heat in other field of economy, such as hydrogen synthesis, fertilizer production, metallurgical industry and etc. Moreover, high-temperature nuclear reactors do not leave radioactive wastes, thus solving many problems with environment and nuclear weapons.
      Source: Science & Technologies


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