The V-466: an advanced version of the VVER-1000 for Belene

Kryukov, Alexander M.; Zakharov, Alexander S.; Yanko, Leonid T.
February 2007
Modern Power Systems;Feb2007, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p10
The article presents the V-466, an advanced version of the VVER-1000 water power reactor, developed by Russia PWR design organization Gidropress. The V-466, as selected for Belene, represents the next stage in the evolution of the VVER-1000, and is an advanced version of the V-428, in which International Atomic Energy Agency recommendations, along with the latest Russian and international standards, were considered.


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