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Q: Are there any nuclear power stations near Beijing?

12 years 15 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Beijing

 
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No, the nearest one is located in Haiyang county between Qingdao and Weihai city, Shandong province about 800 kilometers from Beijing. The nuclear power station is still under construction since Dec. 28, 2009 and is expected to be in operation in 2014.

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Yes. There is one. 

The China Experimental Fast Reactor (CEFR) is China's first fast nuclear reactor, and is located outside Beijing at the China Institute of Atomic Energy Japan's Atomic Energy Agency (AEA) reported that the reactor stopped generating electricity in October 2011 following an accident; the director of the China Institute of Atomic Energy (CIAE) denied that any accident had occurred however. CEFR is a 65 MW (thermal), 20 MW (electric), sodium-cooled, pool-type reactor with a 30-year design lifetime and a target burnup of 100 MWd/kg.On 2012-10-31 Xinhua announced that the CEFR has passed official checks.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Experimental_Fast_Reactor

 http://www.ciae.ac.cn/eng/cefr/index.htm

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JungleLife:

I wonder what manufacturer they are using for the turbines and engines. foreign or domestic, I would think foreign, but interested to know.

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most are based on US or European designs

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God I hope not!!!!!!!!!!!

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https://qz.com/2020822/chinese-owner-of-taishan-nuclear-plant-disputes-safety-concerns/

 

hope they did not use sea sand instead of river sand for the concrete like shenzhen

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e-China-Tities is a nuclear power station  sometimes ... 

 

Summon nzteacher80 to duty without the delay. We need a native English sneaker ...   

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