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Nuclear Reactor Systems - A technical, historical and dynamic approach by Bertrand Barre, Pascal Anzieu, Richard Lenain EDP Sciences February 2016 ISBN-10: 2759806693 PDF 434 Pages 67.4 mb https://www.amazon.com/Nuclear-Reactor-Systems-Bertrand-Barre/dp/2759806693 The evolution of nuclear reactors since the 1942 Fermi experiment can be described along the lines of natural history, with an initial flourish of uninhibited creativity followed by a severe selection process leading to a handful of surviving species, with light water reactors occupying most of the biotope today. This book combines four approaches: - A descriptive one. This gives an overview of the main strengths and weaknesses of the different reactor systems. - A historical approach, from the 1940's to nowadays, with an extrapolation to the near future. The LWR dominance being firmly established, what is the next step? - An axiomatic approach. Starting with a set of long term criteria concerning the fuel cycle sustainability, a conceptual solution is established, and then a family of reactor systems is selected for development and qualification. - A dynamic approach. In the early 2000s, the prevailing image combined a "nuclear renaissance," a strong limitation of the greenhouse gases concentration and a dynamic growth of the world economy. Updating the strategy in the wake of the last decade events requires a sharper understanding of the driving forces as well as of the influence of the post-Fukushima safety framework on the design constraints. All the books of the "Genie Atomique" series have adopted an instructional approach. Initially intended for INSTN's students, they can be greatly helpful to physicists and engineers involved in the development or operational aspects of nuclear power. CONTENTS Foreword XVII Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. CO2 gas cooled reactors Chapter 3. RBMK (Reactor Bolchoi Mochtnosti Kanali) Chapter 4. Heavy water moderated nuclear reactors Chapter 5. Nuclear marine propulsion Chapter 6. Experimental reactors Chapter 7. Advanced “Generation III” reactors Chapter 8. High Temperature Reactor Chapter 9. Molten Salt Reactors Chapter 10. Liquid metal cooled fast neutron reactors Chapter 11. The gas-cooled fast reactor Chapter 12. BWR: specific features, trends Chapter 13. The place and the potential of LightWater Reactors in the transition from Gen-III to Gen-IV Chapter 14. Nuclear fusion Chapter 15. Futuristic systems: ADS, Space Nuclear propulsion and power generation, ADNIS Chapter 16. A few questions fostering further thought on some key issues

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