MWth

AcronymDefinition
MWthMegawatt Thermal
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Phenix was a 565 MWth SFR; description of the main Phenix characteristics can be found in [49].
Assuming a submerged volume displacement of 2670 [m.sup.3]--like the French submarine Rubis (the smallest-volume nuclear attack submarine ever deployed)--, a reactor power output of about 50 MWth would be necessary to generate a forward velocity of 29.6-33.2 knots (7).
"Originally, the site consisted of a heavy water production plant and an estimated 50 megawattthermal (MWth) heavy water reactor, both of which became operational in the 1990s.
She posted on Facebook: "To all my friends, family and their friends who have shared posters, our family thank you with all our hearts." A pal mwth of the teenager, who asked not to be named, said Jayden and Blakeley, of Reading, Berks, had been together since late 2011 but had known each other for several more years.
Not included in Table 18 are other pilot-scale facilities around the world that are also used to test various components of an oxy-combustion system, such as the 30 MWth Clean Energy Development Facility of Babcock and Wilcox.
A US producer of liquid smoke from pyrolysis of wood reports the use of the noncommercial bio-oil fraction as a fuel for their 5 MWth swirl burner (Czernik and Bridgwater 2005).
In 1967, the Tehran University Nuclear Research Center was equipped with a U.S.-supplied 5 MWth (megawatt-thermal) research reactor.
Despite experiencing an overall decrease in 2010, the European solar thermal market remains above its 2007 levelawith a total of 2,586 MWth (3,694,940 m2) of newly installed capacity, according to the latest market statistics for the EU27 and Switzerland released by theaEuropean Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF) on 8 June.
By contrast, the installed solar thermal capacity in Switzerland stands at 462 MWth, equivalent to a growth rate of 48% on last year.
In the current paper, he describes a design called SABR (for Sub-critical Advanced Burner Reactor), a 3000 MWth sodium-cooled tokamak of the ITER type.
The new plant will burn residue in the form of bark and wood chips from the sawmill and have a net electrical power output of 4.3 MWe, and a thermal output of up to 10 MWth.
Rademakers, "Studies on 90 MWth AKZO and 4 MWth TNO FBC Show Excellent Erosion-Corrosion Results," in "Proc.