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(Brian Triplett, Eric Loewen, and Brett Dooies) USofA - A Competitive Small Modular Sodium-Cooled Reactor
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The Power Reactor Innovative Small Module (PRISM) designed by GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy is a small, modular, sodium-cooled fast reactor. The PRISM core is located in a pool-type containment vessel and is fueled with metallic fuel. Each PRISM produces 311 MW of electricity.

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