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The types of reactors that produce this heat level are liquid metal-cooled reactors (which use negligible water to operate) and high temperature gas-cooled reactors.
Schultz was section leader in GA's High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactor (HTGR) Core Design Department, responsible for the reactor physics design of the 2000 and 4000 MW(t) HTGR.
High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactors are one of the most promising reactor concepts of the Nuclear Renaissance, offering advantages such as improved safety and economics, shorter construction times, distributed generation and high temperature availability for hydrogen production and other process heat applications.