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State University of New York, Stony Brook
This project intends to develop economically attractive and environmentally sound irradiated graphite waste management strategies resulting in specific and significant cost savings for advanced nuclear systems.
University of California, Berkeley
The scope of this project is to improve our understanding of the role of impurities and fission products on the operational performance of MSRs as well as potential impact on accident scenarios.
Massachusetts Institure of Technology
This project will investigate the irradiation response of the Flibe/fuel pebble carbon matrix and Flibe/structural graphite systems with a focus on salt infiltration and its effect on microstructure for molten salt reactor applications.
Pennsylvania State University
​This research aims to develop a molten salt community framework to address the needs in advanced fuel cycles, including understanding salts via new theory of liquids, predicting salt characteristics via simulations,optimizing inversely molten salts, and
Pennsylvania State University
The objective of the proposed research is to investigate the interplay between the interfacial structure of the molten salts and their electrochemical corrosion properties in Molten Salt Reactors (MSRs).
Texas A&M University
​The objective of this work is to develop and validate a method for measuring and predicting hold-up to eliminate operational risks and expenses during disposal of salt-wetted MSR components.
University of Wisdonsin-Madison
​The proposed research is aimed at developing ion probes to determine the optical basicity of molten fluoride salts and studying its influence on structural material corrosion.
LANL has been selected by the DOE as the lead on a $9.25 million, five-year collaborative project in nuclear energy research. The SciDAC program aims to advance modeling the behavior and properties of structural materials under molten salt conditions by u