Construction of Tokai Atomic Power Station

1964 Journal of the Atomic Energy Society of Japan  
Susumu TSUJIMOTO The Tokai Atomic Power Station is the first nuclear power station in Japan for practical use with the maximum electrical power output of 166MW imported from the General Electric Power Co. of U.K., and is now under construction by the Japan Atomic Power Co. at Tokai-mura, Ibaraki Prefecture, with its commercial operation scheduled for com mencement in April 1965. The Station is the one what is called "Advanced Calder Hall Type", with hollow-type fuel composed of natural uranium, graphite moderated and CO2 gas cooled reactor.
doi:10.3327/jaesj.6.326 fatcat:5pantw6e4zdllbzjwf6owdbsqy