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BRBoys Rule
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BRBharat Rakshak
BRPetrobrás Distribuidora (Brazil)
BRBureau of Reclamation
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BRBandwidth Request
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BRBlackground Records (record label)
BRBurlington Resources (energy company; Texas)
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BRBroad Ripple (Indiana)
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BRBridleway (UK planning & zoning)
BRBaloch Regiment (Pakistan)
BRBusiness Result
BREva Airways Corporation (IATA airline code)
BRBanco Reformador
BRBuilder's Risk
BRBuffer Register
BRBreastroke (swimming)
BRBrigade de Recherche (French: Research Brigade)
BRBanque de la Réunion (French: Bank of Reunion)
BRBusiness Reform
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BRBrother Rat
BRBomber Reconnaissance
BRBanlieue Rouge (Quebec punk band)
BRBâtiment Réacteur (French: Reactor Building)
BRButadiene Resin
BRBitte Rücksprache (German: Please Contact)
BRBuddy Ride
BRBottom Reflection
BRBlade Rate
BRBuffalo Regals
BRBreak Relay
BRBackward Reporting
BRBridgewire Resistance
BRBahama Route
BRBloc Réacteur (French: Reactor Unit)
BRBattle Rezz (gaming)
BRBrandenberger+Ruosch AG
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By 1948, Congress had authorized funds for the construction of an experimental breeder reactor (EBR-I) to be operated by the AEC in Idaho.
India's breeder reactors would be safeguarded in this approach because the test reactor has been connected to the electricity grid since 1997, and the prototype fast breeder reactor will have a rating of 500 MWe and thus is meant to be connected to the electrical grid as a source of energy.
Profant says that the head end has been designed specifically to prepare spent fuel from the Hanford breeder reactor for the Purex plant.
By definition, a breeder reactor is one that creates more fuel than it consumes.
"When the 500 mega watt Prototech Fast Breeder Reactor gets commissioned by year 2010 or 2011, it would be the second largest.
Japan Atomic Energy Agency said an alarm was activated early Monday morning indicating a sodium coolant leakage at its Monju prototype fast breeder reactor in Tsuruga, Fukui Prefecture.
If the development of the controversial Monju prototype fast breeder reactor is continued, its costs will swell to over 1.4 trillion yen and its power generation costs will be 10,000 yen per kilowatt hour, roughly 1,000 times greater than a regular reactor, according to data compiled by Kyodo News.