Concepts of nuclear heat supply for production of aluminum oxide and for refineries
Energy, 1991, vol. 16, issue 1, 565-571
Lurgi investigated the feasibility to supply industrial processes with heat and energy from a Modular High-Temperature Reactor in an extensive study. This study shows that there are several processes suitable for coupling with the HTRM almost immediately and only require that the layouts are tested. The most interesting process in this respect with high market potential are aluminum oxide production and crude oil refining.
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