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on Friday unveiled a remote-controlled robot designed to decontaminate the inside of a nuclear reactor building with highly pressurized water as part of its work for decommissioning the crippled Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station.
Most of the world's operating nuclear plants adopt second generation pressurized water reactors, Xinhua News reports.
They include hot-water, pressurized water, and oil temperature-control units covering a range from 90 to 300 C (195 to 575 F).
But to the boys taking part in the annual Cub Scout Day Camp, launching a plastic bottle with pressurized water was as exciting as launching a real rocket.
Mixing supercritical carbon dioxide with pressurized water, the researchers made "water-in-CO2 microemulsions," which they used to dissolve a protein called bovine serum albumin.
GE Energy's nuclear business develops advanced light water reactors and provides a wide array of technology-based products and services to help owners of both boiling and pressurized water reactors safely operate their facilities with greater efficiency and output.
said Monday it has received an order to conduct a feasibility study for a planned nuclear reactor in Finland, and aims to win a contract to sell its pressurized water reactor.
includes two operating nuclear reactors -- Unit 2, an 870-megawatt pressurized water reactor, and Unit 3, a 1,150-megawatt pressurized water reactor.