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Topic Title: Dual Fuel Fast Neutron Molten Salt Reactor Concept from Germany
Topic Summary: If you thought the Germans had stopped innovating in the field of Nuclear Energy, then think again!
Created On: 15 May 2013 08:16 PM
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 15 May 2013 08:16 PM
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A new idea from the Institute for Solid-State Nuclear Physics in Berlin, with sightly eccentric video presentation.


"The Dual Fluid Reactor, DFR, is a novel nuclear reactor concept based on the Generation IV Molten-Salt Reactor (MSR) concept and the liquid-metal cooled reactors (SFR, LFR) with the major improvement that the molten-salt fuel is not used as coolant but the heat is removed in a separate liquid-lead loop.

The DFR has been invented by members of the Institute for Solid State Nuclear Physics (Institut für Festkörper-Kernphysik, IFK) and an associate member. A patent is pending and the IFK is currently seeking public and private funding. "

James Arathoon

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