CHAPTER 56 NUCLEAR POWER
Department of Nuclear Engineering University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 56.1.1 The Birth of Nuclear Energy 56.1.2 Military Propulsion Units 56.1.3 Early Enthusiasm for Nuclear Power 56.1.4 U.S. Development of Nuclear Power CURRENT POWER REACTORS, AND FUTURE PROJECTIONS 56.2. 1 Light- Water-Moderated Enriched-Uranium-Fueled Reactor 56.2.2 Gas-Cooled Reactor 56.2.3 Heavy-Water-Moderated Natural-Uranium-Fueled Reactor 56.2.4 Liquid-Metal-Cooled Fast Breeder Reactor 56.2.
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Design Philosophies: Radiological release to the environment is prevented by maintaining R/B pressure negative(-63Pa). Radioactive substance in PCV are removed and captured in the filter device.R/B Closed Cooling Water System (RCW) / Reactor Service Water System (RSW) How are the many Heat exchangers cooled down?