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GCRAGeneric Cell Rate Algorithm
GCRAGloucester Cumberland Ringette Association (Canada)
GCRAGlobal Coral Reef Alliance
GCRAGroupe Chiroptères Rhône-Alpes (French bats group)
GCRAGlueckstal Colonies Research Association (est. 1986; Fargo, ND)
GCRAGas-Cooled Reactor
GCRAGreater Columbus Rowing Association (Ohio)
GCRAGovernment Committee on Religious Affairs (Vietnam)
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The Very High Temperature Reactor, for instance, is designed for much higher temperatures than past and current gas-cooled reactors achieve, which would allow them to be used for high-temperature process heat applications--including hydrogen production-as well as for electricity production.
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Xu, "High temperature gas-cooled reactor programme in China," in Proceedings of International Symposia Energy Future in the Asia/Pacific Region, Taipei, Taiwan, 1999.
Xu, "Research and development of fuel element for Chinese 10 MW high temperature gas-cooled reactor," Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology, vol.
In China, a high temperature gas-cooled reactor pebble bed module (HTR-PM) demonstration power plant is under construction in Shandong Province [14].
Kunitomi, "Analysis of tritium behavior in very high temperature gas-cooled reactor coupled with thermochemical iodine-sulfur process for hydrogen production," Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology, vol.
High-temperature gas-cooled reactor (HTGR) is one of the six candidates of the Generation IV nuclear systems which attract many countries' interests.
Due to its inherent safety feature, the modular high temperature gas-cooled reactor (MHTGR, such as HTR-Module designed in Germany and MHTGR designed in US) has been seen as one of the best candidates for the next-generation nuclear plants.
The gas-cooled reactor technology had been developed into a 400MW thermal direct-cycle design by Eskom.
Using nuclear power was mentioned in the third article with reference to the development of the high-temperature gas-cooled reactor (HTGR) in South Africa.
Modular high-temperature gas-cooled reactor (HTGR) is a kind of safe and advanced nuclear energy system, which can efficiently provide electric power and high-temperature process-heat.