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18 September 2018
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Features

Talking TVS-K
Igor Leshukov, director of Tvel’s TVS-K programme speaks to NEI about Russia’s development of fuel for Western-design reactors.

Monitoring motors
EDF Energy is using dynamic motor test equipment to monitor the condition of key components at its Hartlepool power station in the UK.

An enriching deal
The recent UK nuclear sector deal recognised the importance of the UK nuclear fuel industry. Dominic Kieran discusses what this means for Urenco.

Engineering an inlet
Building information modelling (BIM) is playing an important role in the conceptual design of an unshielded intermediate-level-waste handling cell for the UK’s geological disposal facility. NEI learns how this approach has the potential to accelerate cleanup and reduce lifecycle costs.

PFBR progress
After many delays, India’s Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor (PFBR) looks to be nearing completion, Saurav Jha reports.


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