Nuclear Plant Chemistry

The opposite of a nuclear explosion, nuclear reactors are the controlled release of fission energy. They serve the purpose of converting “nuclear energy” to heat. The fuel elements contain the fissile material, typically uranium or plutonium, which is used as the fuel to undergo fission and provide the nuclear energy.

  • Secondary water chemistry
  • Primary water chemistry & radio-chemistry
  • Auxiliary systems water chemistry & waste treatment
  • Maintenance & long term operation
  • Monitoring updates & new developments
  • Numerical & simulation tools
  • Advanced reactors

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