Today: 12.Jun.2021

William Hannum, Gerald Marsh, George Stanford -As today’s thermal reactors reach the end of their lifetimes, they could be replaced by fast reactors. Should that occur, there would be no need to mine any more uranium ore for centuries and no further requirement, ever, for uranium enrichment. For the very long term, recycling the fuel of fast reactors would be so efficient that currently available uranium supplies could last indefinitely.

Published in Fission - uranium fuel

During the summer between high school and college, Peyton Williams responded to an invitation to learn a little about the benefits of peaceful uses of nuclear energy. His task was to study the book by Charles Till and Yoon Change from Argonne National Laboratory titled, "PLENTIFUL ENERGY - The Story of the Integral Fast Reactor. The complex history of a simple reactor technology, with emphasis on its scientific basis for non-specialists." He did a superlative report and we wish him the best in college and the future. Go Nuclear.

Published in Youth

Charles Till and Yoon Chang describe the evolution of the Liquid Metal Reactor, the development of the Integral Fast Reactor. This is a key step to providing plentiful energy for the world for a very long time.

Published in Fission - uranium fuel

Charles Till and Yoon Chang describe the evolution of the Liquid Metal Reactor, the development of the Integral Fast Reactor. This is a key step to providing plentiful energy for the world for a very long time.

Published in Fission - uranium fuel
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