power reactor

power reactor

[′pau̇·ər rē‚ak·tər]
(nucleonics)
A nuclear reactor designed to provide useful power, as for submarines, aircraft, ships, vehicles, and power plants.
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The US NRC has been a valuable partner for FANR as the UAE comes closer to bringing its first nuclear power reactor online," said Al Kaabi, who is also the UAE's Permanent Representative to the IAEA.
But increasingly during the last five months Russia has been exasperated by Iranian demands that Iran enrich the uranium and fabricate the fuel for these reactors but also for Bushehr-1, Iran's only operating power reactor, built by Russia on the basis of a 1992 generic agreement and a contract five years later.
Summary: The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) is carrying on putting up its first peaceful nuclear power reactor, the construction of which was started in July 2012.
The poll indicates that nearly one in four (24 percent) of Americans say they live within 50 miles of a nuclear power reactor.
KEPCO had earlier said it was in talks with Turkey to sell APR1400 (Advanced Power Reactor 1400), pressurized water reactor with a thermal output of 4000 megawatts.
Iran's second projected power reactor at Darkhovin, also in the south of then country, is already being designed.
The company has been firing up old thermal power stations and buying electricity from rivals after an earthquake hit its largest nuclear power reactor.
The Russian-built 1060 MWe Tianwan nuclear power reactor in the eastern port city of Lianyungang in Jiangsu province came on line in January.
In comparison to a power reactor, an IACS would discharge waste that is smaller in volume and nearly free of plutonium.
Such questions are pertinent and cannot be brushed aside behind the facade of secrecy because the deal primarily concerns a power reactor under the gaze of international monitors who will oversee that the plant is not used for any non-civilian purposes.
The ministry said the discussions represented by Deputy Minister of Energy and Resources Policy Chung Yang-ho on the South Korean side, were centered around on joint research into the European version of South Korea's Advanced Power Reactor.
His professional life continued as a Nuclear Reactor Operator/Engineer for Convair, FT Worth, promoted to Supervisor/Manager of the Aircraft Nuclear Power facility 1956 - 1964; Operations Supervisor of Experimental Beryllium Reactor, General Atomics, Calif 1964 - 1967; Reactor Project Engineer for Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), HQ Idaho Falls, Idaho 1967 - 1968; Power Reactor Inspector AEC Region 3 1968 - 1972; Branch Chief, AEC (later became the Nuclear Regulatory Commission), initially in charge of utility inspections of the testing of 1000 MW Power reactors, later in charge as the Project Branch Chief of all Power Reactors in Region 1972 - 1983.

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