HFIR


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HFIR

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HFIRs abundant, energetic neutrons bombard the coupons to change the boron into helium to simulate the aging that would occur in a commercial reactor after decades of radiation exposure.
This latest milestone within the HFIR is part of a $65 million DOE Office of Science-funded renovation of the 40-year-old reactor.
The end position of HFIR Cold Guide 4 (CG4) will be available for this project.
The work performed at ORNLs HFIR, a DOE Office of Science User Facility, and was funded by the DOE Office of Science.
When this upgrade is complete HFIR will be comparable to the most intense continuous source of cold neutrons in the world.