SVBR-75

The SVBR-75 reactor module is designed by EDB Gidropress and SSC RFIPPE for steam production to replace VVER-440 reactors that are being decommissioned (SSC RF-IPPE, EDB, 1996; Stepanov et al., 1998) (Figure 14.3). Specifically it has been designed for application in the Novovoronezh power plant facilities as units 2, 3 and 4 are decommissioned. The concept is flexible and can be applied for combined generation of heat and electricity. The SVBR-75 concept exhibits the important features of lead — bismuth coolant systems (Gromov et al., 1996).

Table 14.7. Liquid metal (lead-bismuth) reactors for heat applications

Reactor

Type

Rating (MWt)

Country

SVBR-75

LMR

250

Russia

ANSTREM

LMR

30

Russia

SC TNPTP

LMR

10

Russia

BREST 300

LMR

300 (MWe)

Russia

Energy Amplifier

LMR (sub-critical)

675 (MWe)

Europe

Data from IAEA-TECDOC-1056 (1998) and IEA/OECD, NEA/IAEA (2002).

14.6.1 ANSTREM

The ANGSTREM project (Stepanov et al., 1998) is based on the concept of a modular, transportable nuclear power and heating station, utilising fast reactor technology with lead-bismuth eutectic cooling. The main design organisation is EDB ‘Gidropress’ together with IPPE, Obninsk providing scientific consultancy. The ANGSTREM technology is envisaged for a number of applications including electricity generation, heat supply, freshwater and possibly hydrogen production.

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