Brazil Accelerates Reactor Work for Nuclear Submarine Program

July 2004
Sea Power;Jul2004, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p44
Reports on the release of a special budget for the completion of a land-based nuclear reactor prototype in Brazil, that will be utilized in the SNAC-2 nuclear-powered submarine program. Completion and testing of the RENAP-11 reactor at the Armar Research Center; Construction of the first unit of the class which will be a conventionally powered variant under the Tikuna SNAC-1 program.


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