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Predicted nuclear heating and temperatures in gas-cooled nuclear reactors for process heat applications
The high-temperature gas-cooled nuclear reactor (HTGR) is an attractive potential source of primary energy for many industrial and chemical process applications. The HT^R core designs which have been developed for electric power generation using the Rankine cycle operate at relatively low exit gas temperatures, 1033 K (1400°F). Depending on the chemical process, reactor exit gas temperatures up to 1477 K (2200°F) may be required for the nuclear process heat system. Significant modification ofdoi:10.2172/4132612 fatcat:4pyyyien35cavasyuctsv7sfmi