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THE PROSPECTS OF IMPROVING NUCLEAR POWER STATION'S SAFETY BASED ON NANOTECHNOLOGY
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Category: Number 20
Publication: 20
Summary

The article describes the main areas of application of modern high-tech developments in nanothermophysics to improve the safety of nuclear power plants. Performed an analysis of the possibilities of practical applications of efficient nanotechnology for nuclear energy. The article describes the complex issues of concern with the use of nanofluids as a coolant for the most critical equipment of nuclear power plants. It's examined among these equipment the first line of water-cooled nuclear reactor, as well as its emergency cooling system. Performed an analysis of the main issues that relate to the definition of the critical heat flux at boiling liquid on the work surface. From these posi-tions, evaluated the known results on the data of the critical heat flux using nanofluids. In this article was given the main tasks of advanced research in nano-thermal physics for increase nuclear power plant safety in Ukraine.

Keywords: nanofluids, nuclear power plant safety, water-cooled nuclear reactor, critical heat flux.

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