HIGH TEMPERATURE GAS COOLED REACTOR STARTUP

The HTGR is one of the most promising reactor concepts of the Nuclear Renaissance, offering advantages such as improved safety and economics, shorter construction times, distributed generation and high temperature availability for process heat applications such as hydrogen production. This case study demonstrates the Dynamic/Transient modeling of the start-up of the High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor (HTGR) nuclear power plant (NPP).

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