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10 years of current generation in the AVR reactor. The high-temperature pebble-bed reactor - a hot tip for our future

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Abstract

On 17th December 1967, the experimental nuclear power plant (AVR) in Juelich supplied RWE network with power for the first time. With the start of the power operation of the first German high-temperature reactor (HTR), a milestone was reached in the development of this new and progressive line of construction. On the same day exactly 10 years later, the successful work with the hottest nuclear reactor in the world was reviewed in the presence of 15 associates of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Versuchsreaktor (AVR) Ltd. and the personnel of the experimental nuclear power plant at a festival event in the main auditorium of the nuclear power plant at Juelich before some 300 guests from central and local government, the board of control, representatives of the population of the Dueren area and the town of Juelich, as well as bodies of the power producing industry.
Authors:
Schenk, P; [1]  A G, Stadtwerke Duesseldorf; [2]  Vereinigung Deutscher Elektrizitaetswerke e.V. (VDEW), Frankfurt am Main (Germany, F.R.)); Nehrling, H; [3]  Daeunert, U; [4]  Schulten, R; [5]  Mattick, W [6] 
  1. Arbeitsgemeinschaft Versuchs-Reaktor G.m.b.H., Juelich (Germany, F.R.)
  2. Germany, F.R.
  3. Ministerium fuer Wirtschaft, Mittelstand und Verkehr des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Duesseldorf (Germany, F.R.)
  4. Bundesministerium fuer Forschung und Technologie, Bonn-Bad Godesberg (Germany, F.R.)
  5. Kernforschungsanlage Juelich G.m.b.H. (Germany, F.R.). Inst. fuer Reaktorentwicklung
  6. Brown, Boveri und Cie A.G., Mannheim (Germany, F.R.)
Publication Date:
Feb 01, 1978
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
AIX-09-395855; ERA-04-010293; EDB-79-011438
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: VGB Kraftwerkstech.; (Germany, Federal Republic of); Journal Volume: 58:2
Subject:
21 SPECIFIC NUCLEAR REACTORS AND ASSOCIATED PLANTS; AVR REACTOR; PERFORMANCE; MEETINGS; REACTOR OPERATION; ENRICHED URANIUM REACTORS; GAS COOLED REACTORS; GRAPHITE MODERATED REACTORS; HELIUM COOLED REACTORS; HOMOGENEOUS REACTORS; HTGR TYPE REACTORS; OPERATION; PEBBLE BED REACTORS; POWER REACTORS; REACTORS; SOLID HOMOGENEOUS REACTORS; THERMAL REACTORS; THORIUM REACTORS; 210300* - Power Reactors, Nonbreeding, Graphite Moderated
OSTI ID:
6610059
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: VGBKB
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
Pages: 143-153
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Citation Formats

Schenk, P, A G, Stadtwerke Duesseldorf, Vereinigung Deutscher Elektrizitaetswerke e.V. (VDEW), Frankfurt am Main (Germany, F.R.)), Nehrling, H, Daeunert, U, Schulten, R, and Mattick, W. 10 years of current generation in the AVR reactor. The high-temperature pebble-bed reactor - a hot tip for our future. Germany: N. p., 1978. Web.
Schenk, P, A G, Stadtwerke Duesseldorf, Vereinigung Deutscher Elektrizitaetswerke e.V. (VDEW), Frankfurt am Main (Germany, F.R.)), Nehrling, H, Daeunert, U, Schulten, R, & Mattick, W. 10 years of current generation in the AVR reactor. The high-temperature pebble-bed reactor - a hot tip for our future. Germany.
Schenk, P, A G, Stadtwerke Duesseldorf, Vereinigung Deutscher Elektrizitaetswerke e.V. (VDEW), Frankfurt am Main (Germany, F.R.)), Nehrling, H, Daeunert, U, Schulten, R, and Mattick, W. 1978. "10 years of current generation in the AVR reactor. The high-temperature pebble-bed reactor - a hot tip for our future." Germany.
@misc{etde_6610059,
title = {10 years of current generation in the AVR reactor. The high-temperature pebble-bed reactor - a hot tip for our future}
author = {Schenk, P, A G, Stadtwerke Duesseldorf, Vereinigung Deutscher Elektrizitaetswerke e.V. (VDEW), Frankfurt am Main (Germany, F.R.)), Nehrling, H, Daeunert, U, Schulten, R, and Mattick, W}
abstractNote = {On 17th December 1967, the experimental nuclear power plant (AVR) in Juelich supplied RWE network with power for the first time. With the start of the power operation of the first German high-temperature reactor (HTR), a milestone was reached in the development of this new and progressive line of construction. On the same day exactly 10 years later, the successful work with the hottest nuclear reactor in the world was reviewed in the presence of 15 associates of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Versuchsreaktor (AVR) Ltd. and the personnel of the experimental nuclear power plant at a festival event in the main auditorium of the nuclear power plant at Juelich before some 300 guests from central and local government, the board of control, representatives of the population of the Dueren area and the town of Juelich, as well as bodies of the power producing industry.}
journal = {VGB Kraftwerkstech.; (Germany, Federal Republic of)}
volume = {58:2}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Germany}
year = {1978}
month = {Feb}
}