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Volume 166

Number 1

Is Hydrogen the Future of Nuclear Energy?

Charles W. Forsberg

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 3-10

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

Nuclear Production of Hydrogen as an Appropriate Technology

Paul Kruger

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 11-17

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

Economics of Meeting Peak Electricity Demand Using Hydrogen and Oxygen from Base-Load Nuclear or Off-Peak Electricity

Charles W. Forsberg

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 18-26

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

An International Overview of Nuclear Hydrogen Production Programs

Gail H. Marcus

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 27-31

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

The High-Temperature Electrolysis Integrated Laboratory-Scale Experiment

Carl M. Stoots, James E. O'Brien, Keith Condie, Lisa Moore-McAteer, Gregory Housley, Joseph J. Hartvigsen, J. Stephen Herring

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 32-42

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

Analysis Model for Sulfur-Iodine and Hybrid Sulfur Thermochemical Cycles

Nicholas R. Brown, Seungmin Oh, Shripad T. Revankar, Cheikhou Kane, Salvador Rodriguez, Randall Cole, Jr., Randall Gauntt

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 43-55

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

Synthesis of Hydrocarbon Fuels Using Renewable and Nuclear Energy

Ken Schultz, S. Locke Bogart, Richard P. Noceti, Anthony V. Cugini

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 56-63

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

Nuclear Hydrogen and Captured Carbon Dioxide for Alternative Liquid Fuels

B. D. Middleton, M. S. Kazimi, Min Wah Leung

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 64-75

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

Transient Analysis of Sulfur-Iodine Cycle Experiments and Very High Temperature Reactor Simulations Using MELCOR-H2

Sal B. Rodriguez, Randall O. Gauntt, Randy Cole, Fred Gelbard, Katherine McFadden, Tom Drennen, Billy Martin, David Louie, Louis Archuleta, Mohamed El-Genk, Jean-Michel Tournier, Flor Espinoza, Shripad T. Revankar, Karen Vierow

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 76-85

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

Regulatory Issues on the Safety Distance Between a VHTR and a H2 Production Facility and an Overpressure Prediction Using Correlations and a CFD Analysis for the JAEA Explosion Test in an Open Space

Hyung Seok Kang, Sang Baik Kim, Min-Hwan Kim, Won-Jae Lee, Hee Cheon No

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 86-100

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

Development of GAMMA Code as an Integrated Code Analyzing a Coupled Very High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor and Hydrogen Production Plant

Chang H. Oh, Hong S. Lim, Eung S. Kim

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 101-112

Technical Paper / Special Issue on Nuclear Hydrogen Production, Control, and Management

Steam Generator Component Sizing Model in a Combined Cycle of Power Conversion Unit for Very High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor

Chang H. Oh, J. Han, R. Barner, E. S. Kim, S. Sherman

Nuclear Technology / Volume 166 / Number 1 / April 2009 / Pages 113-120

Technical Note / Nuclear Plant Operations and Control

 
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