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As per the support services firm, new contracts which will operate until the last of EDF Energy's advanced gas-cooled reactor power stations stop generating electricity in about 16 years time, incorporates the continuation of fuel route and other services to EDF Energy's portfolio which also sees pressurised water reactor stations.
In August, the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) gave its nod to KNPP to raise the reactor power levels to 50% and synchronisation of the unit with the power grid.
Some of these include the rehabilitation of the 110-kV Brishnakot and Kabul East substation, installing the 110-kV Butkhak substation and medium-voltage (MV) distribution network and a 220/110-kV reactor power compensation project, as well as rehabilitation of the 110-kV transmission lines for the Naghlu and Mahipar hydropower plants.
During this long-term operation, the reactor power changes several times due to an emergency shutdown or reduction of power.
For the first time, this new technology allows the reactor engineers to plan and execute reactor power maneuvers with an explicit understanding of the stresses imposed on the fuel rod cladding," said Jim Lemons, TVA senior manager, Reactor Engineering and Fuels.
The nuclear reactor power plant damage alone is critical news.
An antimatter reactor powers the starship Enterprise in the TV series Star Trek, and in Angels & Demons a secret society hides an antimatter bomb beneath St Peter's Basilica in Rome.
A significant fraction of the reactor power, about 39 per cent, comes from the fission of Uranium-233 derived from in-situ conversion of thorium-232.