His leadership, knowledge, international activities and lifelong dedication to advanced nuclear reactor design and safety, have contributed to many of the world's advanced reactor design projects, as well as to today's evolution in the development of SMRs.
What does AR stand for?
AR stands for Advanced Reactor
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We have 156 other meanings of AR in our Acronym Attic
- Activity Resume (ITU-T)
- Acute Rejection
- Adaptive Reception Control
- Add Register
- Address Register
- Administrative Record
- Administrative Regulation (various organizations)
- Administrative Requirement
- Adrenaline Rush (gaming; also an IMAX film)
- Adrenergic Receptor (protein)
Samples in periodicals archive:
MHI developed the US-APWR, one of the world's largest and most advanced reactors, based on technologies for a 1,538 MW APWR intended for use at the Tsuruga Power Station (Units 3 and 4) of the Japan Atomic Power Company.
The ABWR is the world's first and only Generation III advanced reactor design with proven construction and operating experience.
The program, rolled out by the department in February 2006, calls for the promotion of effective utilization of nuclear energy resources through recycling of spent nuclear fuels from light water reactors and generation of electricity by advanced reactors that consume transuranic elements as part of their fuel, according to Mitsubishi Heavy.
Well, I for one am scared, especially when Energy Minister Brian Wilson, in a parliamentary answer on Britain's role in a 10-nation research programme in Generation-1V nuclear reactors, said, ``The aim is to develop a framework for collaborative R&D (research and development) to facilitate the development of such advanced reactor schemes from 2030 and beyond.
The 46 participants attending the eight-hour Workshop heard a detailed presentation of the IRF concept by Paul Fehrenbach, Director of the Advanced Reactor Development Division of AECL.
Advanced reactor R&D would fall 57 percent, fossil-energy and energy-conservation programs by about 50 percent, and renewable-energy programs by 21 to 36 percent.
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) is a world-leading provider of advanced reactor technology and nuclear services.