CANDU


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CANDUCANada Deuterium Uranium (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
CANDUCenter for Astrophysics at the University of Notre Dame (Indiana; also seen as NDCfA; aka Notre Dame Center for Astrophysics)
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Nitheanandan, "Enhancement of the Moderator Subcooling Margin using Glass-peened Calandria Tubes in CANDU Reactors," in Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Canadian Nuclear Society, vol.
This includes CANDU and pressurised water reactor steam generators, nuclear fuel and fuel components, critical plant components, parts and related plant services.
GEH-C, a Canadian company, is a supplier of fuel, fuel handling systems, delivery systems and replacement components for CANDU reactors.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers has been involved with the assessment of the Candu solution, and from an engineering perspective it has proved an attractive option.
Since CandU's previous system from an US-based software vendor could not meet the growing need to engage customers across all channels, they decided to switch to eFuture's grocery enterprise resource planning total solution.
Kevin Wallace was appointed to run Candu Energy in 2011 when SNC-Lavalin acquired the AECL reactor division (Natural Resources Canada 2011).
This is not to whine, since the nuclear community in Canada has done quite well for itself: the CANDU reactor, one of two fundamental reactor concepts in commercial operation around the world, powers half of Ontario with technological distinctiveness that can only be compared to this country's aerospace triumphs: it is the Avro Arrow that flew.
Canada's SNC-Lavalin also put forward a proposal involving the CANDU EC6 reactor.
The government on April 20, 2012 signed a $20bn agreement with a consortium from Ontario-based Candu Energy and the state-owned power company, EUAS, to build the second nuclear power plant in Turkey.
The 750-megawatt Candu reactor is expected to produce enough electricity to power 500,000 homes.
In August 1979, however, Japanese bureaucrats decided against constructing CANDUs, making Japan the only country in Asia generating electricity with nuclear power not to have at least one CANDU or CANDU-derived reactor.
The KANUPP-2 and KANUPP-3 are based on the model of CANDU nuclear reactor and under China's investment in civilian nuclear program.