Conference Proceedings Paper
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF SUPER LIGHT WATER REACTORS AND SUPER FAST REACTORS IN JAPAN
The 5th International Symposium on SuperCritical Water-cooled Reactors - 2011 March 13-16
Yoshiaki Oka (Waseda University)
Shinichi Morooka (Waseda University)
Masanori Yamakawa (Waseda University)
Yuki Ishiwatari (University of Tokyo)
Satoshi Ikejiri (University of Tokyo)
Yosuke Katsumura (University of Tokyo)
Yusa Muroya (University of Tokyo)
Takayuki Terai (University of Tokyo)
Kazuya Sasaki (University of Tokyo)
Hideo Mori (Kyushu University)
Yoshinori Hamamoto (Kyushu University)
Keisuke Okumura (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
Teruhiko Kugo (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
Super Light Water Reactors (Super LWR) and Super Fast Reactors (Super FR) are the supercritical- pressure light water cooled reactors (SCWR) that are developed by the research group of University of Tokyo since 1989 and now jointly under development with the researchers of Waseda University, University of Tokyo and other organizations in Japan. The principle of the reactor concept development, the results of the past Super LWR and Super FR R&D as well as the R&D program of the Super FR second phase project are described.
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