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This report presents results of the analysis performed within the framework of “Dissolution, Reactor, and Environmental Behavior of ZrO2-MgO Inert Fuel Matrix” project managed by University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies. The main objective of the study was to explore the basic neutronic feasibility of using MgO-ZrO2 as inert fuel matrix for Pu recycling in conventional Light Water Reactors (LWR).
Light water reactors; Magnesium oxide; Mixed oxide fuels (Nuclear engineering); Nuclear chemistry; Nuclear fuel elements; Nuclear fuels; Plutonium; Solid oxide fuel cells; Zirconium oxide
Nuclear | Nuclear Engineering | Oil, Gas, and Energy | Radiochemistry
Dissolution, Reactor, and Environmental Behavior of ZrO2-MgO Inert Fuel Matrix: Neutronic Evaluation of ZrO2-MgO Inert Fuels.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/hrc_trp_fuels/77