- US Navy's Next Generation Nuclear Reactor Program Fully Funded
- WASHINGTON NAVY YARD — Development work for the reactor that will power the Navy's next generation nuclear ballistic missile submarine (SSBN) was fully funded in the so-called Fiscal Year 2015 “cromnibus” that was signed into law last month, the ...
- Navy kicks out 34 for cheating at nuke school in Goose Creek
- "There was never any question" that the reactors were being operated safely, Richardson said in an interview with The Associated Press in Washington.
- Shanghai to San Francisco in 100 minutes by Chinese supersonic supercavitating
- Here we will describe the advances that the chinese researchers have made towards practical supercavitating submarines and the need for molten salt nuclear reactors to power them. Molten salt nuclear reactors are under commercial development in ...
- Molten Salt Reactor about 50 times the power density of current submarine
- Terrestrial Energy (of Canada) is trying to develop integral molten salt nuclear fission reactors. These nuclear reactors would have about 20-200 times less volume than conventional nuclear fission reactors.
- Nuclear Energy: What Does Kewaunee's Future Hold?
- Shutdown of the reactor followed, and the plant entered what for some is an uncertain even if pre-ordained future – a long term storage period, followed eventually after many years by the complete dismantling and removal of the plant.
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