BNL Graphic concept of the association of salts with crystals
MSEE coordinates the efforts of three national labs (Brookhaven National Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Idaho National Laboratory) having unique expertise and capabilities in experimental and theoretical research on molten salts and ILs, interfacial structure and corrosion, radiation chemistry, and interactions with actinide fuels, with four principal investigators at three universities (University of Iowa, University of Notre Dame, and Stony Brook University) having key expertise in molecular modeling, radiation chemistry, synchrotron imaging methods, and ionic liquid research. Central to the efforts, MSEE benefits from unique capabilities at DOE synchrotron, neutron, nanoscience and nuclear facilities, with the overarching goal to transform our understanding of the fundamental basis of molten salt behavior and interactions using 21st century tools.
Molten Salt Reactor Training MaterialsNovember 7-8, 2017
The MSR presentations are available at https://adams.nrc.gov/wba/. The overall package number is ML17331B100, and the specific modules are listed in the following table. Click on the NRC Accession Number to go directly to the presentation. View the MSR Training Modules here.