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The High temperature reactor and process applications

The High temperature reactor and process applications

proceedings of the international conference organized by the British Nuclear Energy Society in London, 26-28 November 1974.

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Published by Thomas Telford Ltd. [for] the British Nuclear Energy Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gas cooled reactors -- Congresses.,
  • Nuclear energy -- Industrial applications -- Congresses.,
  • Heat engineering -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    ContributionsBritish Nuclear Energy Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK9203.G3 H53
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4940811M
    ISBN 100727700049
    LC Control Number76368186

    High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactors Promising among the existing nuclear reactor designs is the High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactor (HTGR or HTR) that has inherent safety characteristics and a high coolant temperature leading to a high efficiency and possibilities for process heat applications. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS CHEMICAL ENGINEEERING AND CHEMICAL PROCESS TECHNOLOGY – Vol. III - Catalytic Reactors: A Review - V. K. Jayaraman and B. D. Kulkarni ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) The decade of the s saw widespread use of catalytic reactors in several industrial.

    The book is intended for researchers and engineers involved with nuclear engineering and energy technology. It introduces the power plants driven by modular high temperature gas-cooled reactors (HTR), which are characterized by their inherent safety features and high output temperatures. the modular gas turbine and high temperature heat applications such as the production of hydrogen 1,2). This advanced nuclear heat process, with an average core outlet temperature approaching °C and using ceramic coated fuel in a helium cooled, graphite matrix, provides a broad and unique set of.

    temperatures could be achieved. It was this goal, cou-pled with the vision that such higher gas temperatures might also lead to even broader applications of nuclear energy such as providing industrial process heat, that motivated the development of the high-temperature gas-cooled reactor (HTGR) with its characteristic reactor. The high temperature gas cooled reactor (HTGR) offers a unique heat source for process heat applications because its operating temperature is substantially higher than operating temperatures of other nuclear reactor types. The HTGR is being evaluated for reactor core outlet temperatures of , , and C. The C nuclear heat surce design represents one that can be used in a near term.


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The pebble-bed type HTR with a gas outlet temperature of °C as a nuclear heat source for chemical process applications, status and future The High temperature reactor and process applications book requirements. High Temperature Reactor and Process Applications: Conference Proceedings Author Other Contributor-British Nuclear Energy Society Format/binding Paperback Book condition Used - Good Quantity available 1 Binding Paperback ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Thomas Telford Ltd Date published   The high temperature reactor and process applications Experimental facilities for the investigation of hydrogen and tritium permeation problems involved with steam methane reforming by nuclear process heat.

High temperature helium heat exchange loop Authors: Y. Mori, H. Ikegami, T. Nakada Source: The high temperature reactor and process applications, 1 Jan (–). The high temperature reactor and process applications. High temperature helium heat exchange loop. Vital early questions for the reactor design relate to quantities of heat, temperature ranges and whether thermal energy alone or both thermal and electrical energy will be required by the process (and in what proportions)• VHTR Design Features At a point in time when serious design studies of Very High Temperature Reactors for process.

Purchase Physics of High-Temperature Reactors - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. The helium flowed upwards through the core, entering at °C, and emerging at an average temperature of –°C.

A fraction of the total primary coolant flow, varying between 15 and 25%, bypassed the core and, therefore, the gas temperature at the primary heat exchangers was somewhat lower, typically °C.

The modular high temperature reactor is a leading candidate for near-term deployment of an advanced reactor concept. The US Department of Energy supports the development of high temperature reactors through qualification of fuels, materials, and analysis methods that exploit the capabilities of the national laboratories (mainly Idaho, Oak Ridge, and Argonne) to generate the fundamental fuel Cited by: 1.

high burnup. The motivation for basing the NGNP on the VHTR concept stems from the high outlet temperatures. The high outlet temperature of the VHTR affords high efficiency (> 50%) electrical generation and the use of nuclear power for potential process heat applications, specifically carbon-free hydrogen production using nuclear heat.

PURPOSE. This publication compiles the findings of research and development activities related to practical nuclear process heat applications. An overview of current progress on high temperature gas cooled reactors coupling schemes for different process heat applications, such as hydrogen production and desalination, is included.

It is typically performed in conventional reactors via a two-stage process: a high-temperature shift (typically – K, 10–60 bar) and a low-temperature shift (∼ K, 10–40 bar).

The first step is catalyzed by an iron oxide/chromium catalyst whereas in the second stage it is promoted by using a catalyst based on Cu/ZnO(Al 2 O 3). In the Fischer–Tropsch reactors catalyzed by iron catalyst, water. General Aspects of High-Temperature Reactors.

In book: Modular High-temperature Gas-cooled Reactor Power Plant, pp R&D of gas turbine and process heat application technologies, and.

Programmes on the High Temperature Reactor and Process Heat Application in Germany J. Kupitz In Germany substantial programmes on the development of the High Temperature Reactor (HTR) and ist application for process heat production and electricity generation have been performed from the ies until the ies.

•Diverse industrial applications in addition to electricity – High efficiency power conversion capability: modern Rankine cycle (Eff ~40%) to advanced closed cycle Brayton (efficiency up to ~47%) – High temperature process steam and process heat capability offer cogeneration opportunities now; very high temperatures in future.

The Generation IV system employs a MW th reactor with outlet coolant temperature of °C to power a gas turbine for electricity generation and a thermochemical process for hydrogen production, yielding thermal efficiency of 50% or higher.

The High temperature reactor and process applications: proceedings of the international conference organized by the British Nuclear Energy Society in London, November Author: British Nuclear Energy Society. In the discharging process, the unsaturated sorbent inside the reactor sorbs the gaseous sorbate, which flows from the evaporator/condenser at a constant temperature (T eva), and sorption heat is released to heat the HTF for heating applications.

In summer, the evaporation process can also be utilized to meet the cooling : Yannan Zhang, Ruzhu Wang. The very-high-temperature reactor (VHTR), or high-temperature gas-cooled reactor (HTGR), is a Generation IV reactor concept that uses a graphite-moderated nuclear reactor with a once-through uranium fuel cycle.

The VHTR is a type of high-temperature reactor (HTR) that can conceptually have an outlet temperature of °C. The reactor core can be either a "prismatic block" (reminiscent of a. Results of work performed on the Advanced Gas Cooled Nuclear Reactor Materials Evaluation and Development Program are presented.

The objectives of this program are to evaluate candidate alloys for Very High Temperature Reactor (VHTR) Process Heat and Direct Cycle Helium Turbine (DCHT) applications, in terms of the effect of simulated reactor primary coolant (impure Helium), high.

The reactor is being designed to operate at °C, to also facilitate demonstration of technologies for high temp erature process heat applications such as hydrogen production from water. Hydrogen is being considered world wide as future energy carrier for transport.reactor lines such as advanced water cooled reactors, high temperature gas cooled reactors, hydrogen production, and other process heat applications.

Of particular interest is the collection and dissemination of up to date scientific and technical data, also in view of knowledge preservation and transmission the next generation of.Process reactors are used for commercial production applications in the range of 1, to 1, liters.

They are sometimes called industrial-scale reactors. Process reactors are categorized as batch, continuous, or fed-batch, depending upon the way in which they process samples, products, and waste.