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> Реакторы на быстрых нейтронах в США, история созданных и перспективы новых проектов
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В связи с 65-летием физического пуска, первый в мире мощный реактор на быстрых нейтронах, знаменитый EBR-1 превращён в музей. Музей открыт для посетителей.
EBR-I Brochure
Self-Guided Tour

EBR-I Fast Facts
On December 20, 1951, EBR-I became the first power plant to produce electricity using atomic energy.
EBR-I was the first reactor built in Idaho at the National Reactor Testing Station (forerunner to today's INL)
In 1953, testing at EBR-I confirmed that a reactor could create (or breed) more fuel than it consumes.
This pioneering reactor operated for 12 years before being shut down for the last time in December 1963.
President Lyndon Johnson dedicated EBR-I as a National Historic Landmark in 1966.

The facility, a National Historic Landmark where usable electricity was first generated from nuclear energy in 1951, is open to the public from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend — seven days a week — from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free. It’s the only place in America you can see four nuclear reactors — including two aircraft nuclear propulsion prototypes, a reactor control room, remote handling devices for radioactive materials, radiation detection equipment, and much more. New in 2011 are colorful, interactive displays that tell the story of EBR-I’s sibling, Experimental Breeder Reactor No. 2 (EBR-II), the reactor that once powered much of the site, operated with a novel closed fuel cycle and demonstrated its inherent safety.

Сообщение отредактировал Denis_Hliustin - 9.7.2017, 4:00
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