Fluoride Salt-Cooled Reactor

The Fluoride Salt-Cooled High-Temperature Reactor (FHR) are reactors that use graphite moderator, solid fuels, and molten salt coolant. The most promising versions of the the

Pebble-Bed HTGR

From its first conception during 1940s, High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactors were originally pursued in Germany, the UK, and the USA. Germany focused on pebble-beds with

Nuclear Gensets

Some microreactor variants are smaller and containerized, potentially allowing for frequent transportability and could have similar characteristics to diesel gensets. These transportable or mobile microreactors

Prismatic HTGR

High temperature gas-cooled reactors (HTGR) come in basically two flavors: prismatic cores and pebble-bed cores. Both use graphite moderator and TRISO fuel particles to make