fluidized reactor

fluidized reactor

[¦flü·ə‚dīzd re′ak·tər]
(nucleonics)
A nuclear reactor in which the fuel has been given the properties of a quasi-fluid, such as by suspension of fine fuel particles in a carrying gas or liquid. Also known as fluidized-bed reactor.
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