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US Nuclear site whitepapers? Anonymous 21/10/17(Sun)16:48 No. 17852 ID: 3f0b94

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For information on the design of a US NRC licensed power plant/reactor design, what should I look for? I would like to learn about the engineering of nuclear power facilities beyond some overall "big fucking waterheater" descriptions.

Anonymous 21/10/18(Mon)13:24 No. 17856 ID: 72c0e7

You mean technical schematics, sorry but those are classified.

Now Chernobyl, that's another thing, there's plenty of technical schematics floating around because it's totted as a "what not to do".

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