International
Tables for
Crystallography
Volume H
Powder diffraction
Edited by C. J. Gilmore, J. A. Kaduk and H. Schenk

International Tables for Crystallography (2018). Vol. H, ch. 2.3, p. 74

Table 2.3.3 

C. J. Howarda* and E. H. Kisia

aSchool of Engineering, University of Newcastle, Callaghan, NSW 2308, Australia
Correspondence e-mail:  chris.howard@newcastle.edu.au

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Details on selected research reactors

The primary source of data is the IAEA Research Reactor Database (RRDB). The publicly accessible RRDB does not include information on fuel: limited information on this has been found from other internet sources.

Reactor (type)Power (MW)LocationFuel (see text)Moderator/coolantReflectorThermal flux (n cm−2 s−1)Cold/hot neutron sources
CARR (tank in pool) 60 CIAE, Beijing, China U3Si2-Al, LEU 19.75% Light water Heavy water 8 × 1014 1 cold
FRM-II (pool) 20 TUM, Garching, Germany U3Si2-Al, HEU Light water Heavy water 8 × 1014 1 cold, 1 hot
HANARO (pool) 30 KAERI, Daejeon, Korea U3Si, LEU 19.75% Light water Heavy water 4.5 × 1014 1 cold
HFIR (tank) 85 ORNL, Oak Ridge, USA U3O8-Al, HEU 93% Light water Beryllium 2.5 × 1015 1 cold
HFR (heavy water) 58.3 ILL, Grenoble, France U3Alx-Al, HEU Heavy water Heavy water 1.5 × 1015 2 cold, 1 hot
JRR-3M (pool) 20 JAEA, Tokai, Japan U3O8-Al, U3Si2-Al, LEU Light water Light water, heavy water, beryllium 2.7 × 1014 1 cold
NBSR (heavy water) 20 NIST, Gaithersburg, USA U3O8-Al HEU 93% Heavy water Heavy water 4 × 1014 1 cold
OPAL (pool) 20 ANSTO, Sydney, Australia U3Si2-Al, LEU 19.75% Light water Heavy water 2 × 1014 1 cold
This reactor has been temporarily shut down.