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1.1. ACTIVITIES ON FAST REACTORS DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
1.2. THE JOINT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES ON LMFR
1.2.1. Sodium void effect
1.2.3. Sodium mixing problems
1.2.4. Core structural and fuel materials assuring high fuel burnup
1.2.5. Concept for fuel resources and waste management
1.2.6. Core disruptive accident
1.3. ACTIVITIES ON ADVANCED FAST LMFR AND TECHNOLOGY
1.4. SAFETY RESEARCH ISSUES FOR ADVANCED LMFR DEVELOPMENT
1.4.1. Progress made since the past
REFERENCES
2. PROTOTYPE FAST REACTOR
2.1. DESIGN FEATURES AND REVIEW OF OPERATING HISTORY
2.2. REVIEW OF THE PFR STEAM GENERATOR DESIGN CONCEPT AND OPERATING HISTORY
2.2.1. PFR steam generator: choice of the design concept
2.2.2. Review of steam generators operating history
2.2.3. The under-sodium leak in PFR superheater
2.3. EFFECTS OF SODIUM AEROSOL DEPOSITION IN LMFRs
2.4. THE PRIMARY CIRCUIT OIL SPILL
2.5. CRACKS IN THE PFR AIR HEAT EXCHANGERS
2.6. SODIUM MIXING PROBLEMS AND FLOW AND MECHANICALLY INDUCED VIBRATIONS
2.7. THE EFFECT OF NEUTRON-INDUCED DISTORTION OF CORE COMPONENTS
2.8. FUEL DEVELOPMENT
BIBLIOGRAPHY
3. PHENIX AND SUPER-PHENIX REACTORS
3.1.1. Commissioning and design features
3.1.2. Intermediate heat exchangers operating experience
3.1.3. Steam generator operating experience
3.1.4. Secondary circuit operating experience
3.1.5. Pumps operating experience
3.1.6. Negative reactivity shutdowns
3.1.7. Sodium aerosol deposit
3.1.8. Sodium circuits, reactor and equipment inspection and renovation
3.1.9. Protection for fires
3.1.10. Plant statistics and conclusions
3.2. SUPER-PHENIX REACTOR
3.2.1. Design features and commissioning history
3.2.2. SPX steam generator: design and operating experience
3.2.3. Storage drum operating experience
3.2.4. Primary sodium contamination
3.2.5. Argon leak from the sealing bell of the intermediate heat exchangers
4. BN-600 AND BN-350 REACTORS
4.1. BN-600 POOL-TYPE LMFR
4.1.1. Commissioning and design features
4.1.2. Equipment tests6
4.1.3. Operating experience
4.1.4. Reactor core: design and operation
4.2. BN-350 LOOP TYPE REACTOR PLANT
4.2.1. Design features
4.2.2. General results of operation
4.2.5. BN-350 electromagnetic pumps
4.3.1. BN-600
4.3.2. Phénix
4.3.3. PFR
5.1. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY
5.2.1. Primary sodium activity
5.2.3. Activity of the radionuclides in the primary cold traps
5.2.5. Activity of the equipment of the secondary circuit
5.3.3. Cleaning of the BN-350 spent sodium coolant from impurities
5.4.1. Burning in air
5.4.2. Reprocessing using steam and water
5.4.3. Gas-phase oxidation of sodium
5.4.4. Solid state sodium oxidation
5.5.1. Input data for the choice of methods
5.5.3. Methods for washing and decontamination of circuits and equipment
6. LEAD-BISMUTH COOLED (LBC) SHIP REACTOR
6.1. INTRODUCTION
6.2. OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH LBC SHIP REACTOR PLANTS
6.2.1. The reactor core meltdown
6.2.2. Radioactive coolant leaks caused by damage to the primary pipelines
6.3. R&D ON LBC REACTOR TECHNOLOGY
6.4. CONCLUSIONS
7.1. PASSIVE CHARACTERISTICS WITH REGARD TO REACTOR SHUTDOWN
7.2. PASSIVE CHARACTERISTICS WITH REGARD TO EMERGENCY HEAT REMOVAL
7.3. DEMONSTRATION OF SAFETY CHARACTERISTICS WITH EXPERIMENTAL LMFRs
7.3.1. Rapsodie reactor
7.3.2. EBR-II reactor
7.3.3. The FFTF reactor
8.2.1. Introduction
8.2.2. Objectives of the experiment
8.2.3. Design of the instrumented vehicles
8.2.5. Analysis of the results and conclusions
9.1. MASTERING OF SODIUM COOLANT TECHNOLOGY
9.2.1. BN-600
9.2.2. Super-Phénix (SPX)
9.3. CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE
9.3.1. Increase of safety margins
9.3.3. Steels stabilized by titanium
9.3.4. Steam generators principal design and structure materials
ABBREVIATIONS
CONTRIBUTORS TO DRAFTING AND REVIEW
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