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High temperature nuclear reactors (HTR) can be used as an excellent, emission-free source of technological heat for various industrial applications. Their outlet helium temperature (700°-900°C) allows not only for heat supply to all processes below 600°C (referred to as "steam class"), but also enables development of clean nuclear-assisted hydrogen production or coal liquefaction technologies with required temperatures up to 900°C (referred to as "chemical class"). This paper presents thedoi:10.1051/e3sconf/20171401048 fatcat:jtns5msux5hwvllw2nfkpwmt5q