By J. M. Kallfelz, R. A. Karam

Complex Reactors: Physics, layout and Economics includes the complaints of the foreign convention held at Atlanta, Georgia on September 8-11, 1974.
Organized in accordance with the classes of the convention, this e-book first describes the nationwide courses for the advance of complicated reactors. next classes facilities on economics of complex reactors; advancements in reactor thought; complex reactor experiments and research; move part info and calculational equipment. The final 3 periods specialize in sensitivity research of critical reactor parameters; difficulties within the layout of complex reactors; and the layout and operational adventure for complex reactors.

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At present main experimental work on the B0R-60 reactor includes testing of constructional, fuel and absorbing materials, of fuel elements and absorbing ele­ ments constructions at high irradiation integrals, as well as steam-generator testing. 3. BN-350. Creation and putting into operation of the first industrial fast reactor allowed to obtain a highly im­ portant industrial experience of development and creation of large-scale equipment, an experience of mounting and sub­ sequent operating of large sodium circuits of a more than 1000 m3 volume and an experience of repair work on sodium cir­ cuits.

In the reactor the helium i s heated up to 850 C. After passing through the helium turbine, a heat exchanger and a blower it r e e n t e r s the reactor with 450 ° C . st* 73,5m, Fig. 2 : i-t%5m, t0,0m l J j ReaktDrhilfsgebaude\— 30 m, Sicherheitsbehiilter Schematic View of 1000 MWe HHT 43 Tab. 3. shows the cost estimates and the financing plan for the HHT Program from 1973 to 1976. Costs 7 General Phase Industry Universities Utilities Total 2 ( million DM ) Industry Federal Government 1 KFA Phase Financing ( million DM ) 101 8 229 Government of NorthRhine Westfalia 14 24 2 15 102 251 251 Tab.

The b r e e d e r s a r e concepts of which only p r o ­ totypes a r e in operation today. What a r e the problems, the wishes and development tendencies concerning these r e a c t o r s ? When in 1968 the German Federal Republic started its 3 r d Atomic Energy Program covering the y e a r s 1968 - 1972, Light Water Reactors were considered not to need much support by public money. The 4th Atomic Energy P r o g r a m ranging from 1973 through 1976 shows a considerable increase of public money supporting Light Water Reactor development, namely DM 96 million.

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