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fuel rod

[′fyül ‚räd]
(nucleonics)
A long, rod-shaped fuel assembly.
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Russia's Siberian Chemical Combine (SCC) has fabricated experimental fuel rods with REMIX fuel at its chemical metallurgical plant, the company said.
Lightbridge Corporation (NasdaqCM:LTBR) reported on Monday the receipt of a patent covering its metallic nuclear fuel rod design in Canada as well as in China
4 reactor building on Saturday, using a crane, slowly lifted the four unspent nuclear fuel rods that have been placed in a transportation container.
It is possible the contract signals that Iran is prepared to ship all its enriched uranium to Russia, which would then convert that uranium into fuel rods for the new plants.
Storage pools for spent fuel rods at Taiwan's First Nuclear Power Plant located in the densely populated north of the island may be leaking radioactive water, the island's government watchdog said Thursday.
The fuel rod development coincided with Iran cutting oil exports to six European countries - the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, France, Greece and Portugal - in response to recent new European Union sanctions.
Scientists and researchers at the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran have succeeded in producing and testing the first sample of a nuclear fuel rod," said the announcement.
Authorities had been worried during the early days of the crisis that the nuclear fuel rods in the spent fuel pools of reactors No 3 and 4 were exposed to air and possibly melting, causing a large release of radiation.
The news of fuel rod (damage) at the Fukushima plant's No.
His comments address the development of single models to simulate fuel rod behaviour under all circumstances rather than previous separate codes for normal operating conditions and mild transients, and for simulating accident behaviour.
Germany's radioactivity protection office (BfS), which issues licences for nuclear shipments, has leased a bunker from Siemens at its former fuel rod manufacturing facility to store the plutonium repatriated from Scotland.