Nuke players pledge standard reactor effort

May 2010
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;May2010, Issue 827, p8
Academic Journal
The article reports on a letter signed by the Working Group on Co-operation in Reactor Design Evaluation and Licensing (Cordel), formed by the World Nuclear Association, its members and major nuclear operators and reactor vendors, declaring their support for efforts to standardise nuclear reactor designs to improve safety and reduce costs.


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