This book covers the tremendous advances in fuel handling and fuel management and their impact in increasing reactor availability. Topics covered include: fuel handling safety cases and supporting data fuel handling equipment and facilities sodium-cooled reactor handling equipment failed fuel detection and repair fuel management methods, applications and optimisation plutonium strategies and technologies storage, disposal options and facilities Consisting of more than 50 papers, these conference proceedings draw on the experience of nuclear engineers from around the world to form a substantial reference work on the safety and engineering aspects of fuel handling and fuel management strategies.The argon cell has 220 m2 of floor space, a welded steel liner, 19 windows, 26 master/slave mechanical manipulators, four electromechanical manipulators, and two cranes. Both hot cells have remote repair/recovery capability for all activeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fuel Management and Handling|
|Publisher||:||Thomas Telford - 1995-01-01|