• Breazeale Nuclear Reactor Start up, 500kW, 1MW, and Shut Down (ANNOTATED)

    By popular demand, I bring you an annotated video of the Breazeale Nuclear Reactor! The sound is fixed and many things are explained. If you have any questions or want elaboration on any part of this video, please leave a comment. I love explaining nuclear power to curious people. I look forward to reading your comments! PS: I'm aware of spelling errors in the video (I am an engineer ya know). No need to point them out. Music is a non-copyright track by DM Galaxy titled "Etiquette." https://soundcloud.com/freebmusic/dm-galaxy-etiquette-original-mix-free-background-music-no-copyright-music ORIGINAL VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxQdS0pbpKo&t=10s CHERENKOV RADIATION VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYT9dYpnfsQ&t=33s REACTOR FACILITY INFORMATION: https://www.youtube.c...

    published: 01 Apr 2017
  • Nuclear Reactor - Understanding how it works | Physics Elearnin

    Nuclear Reactor - Understanding how it works | Physics Elearnin video Nuclear reactors are the modern day devices extensively used for power generation as the traditional fossil fuels, like coal, are at the breach of extinction. A nuclear reactor is the source of intense heat which is in turn used for generation of power in nuclear power station. Its mechanism is similar to that of a furnace in a steam generator; the steam is used to drive the turbines of the electric generator system. A nuclear reactor consists of three crucial components: Fuel elements, moderator and control rods. Fuel elements come usually in the shape of thin rods of about 1cm in diameter and contain fissionable nuclei, like Uranium (235 92U or 238 92U). These rods vary in number according to the size of the react...

    published: 23 Apr 2013
  • MSR Stoves: Reactor Demo

    We've combined state of the art cookware with revolutionary stove design to make the Reactor stove the fastest, most fuel efficient stove system ever. The Reactor stove's radiant burner is enclosed by a unique heat exchanger for unmatched performance in windy conditions while an advanced pressure regulator provides optimal heat output over the life of a fuel canister. Stove and fuel stow inside of the high-efficiency 1.7-liter pot that's great for everything from solo trips to cooking for groups of up to three people. A collapsible handle locks the unique see-thru lid in place for safe and easy transport. Learn more about the MSR Reactor Stove here: http://www.cascadedesigns.com/msr/stoves/stove-systems/reactor-stove-systems/product

    published: 03 Jul 2012
  • UT TRIGA Nuclear Reactor Pulse (LOUD)

    Video of a pulse from 50w to 1484MW peak temperature 419 C 3.94ms

    published: 27 Jul 2016
  • Penn State Reactor - 500 kW to 1 MW maneuver

    Video from just below the surface of the reactor pool of the reactor operating at 500 kW and transitioning to 1 MW. Video is fuzzy because I turned the reactor bay lights down, and the GoPro wasn't happy. Shooting another video lower in the pool (not easy to do) soon in 4k with proper lighting.

    published: 23 Nov 2016
  • Plug Flow Reactor (PFR) Molar Balance Equation // Reactor Engineering - Class 9

    We apply the Molar Balance Equation to a Plug Flow Reactor. A Plug Flow Reactor is a reactor designed in "tubes" or cylindrical pipes. We design it for a Plug flow; which is obtained with turbulent flows. It has an inlet, outlet, generation and no accumulation. Since the process is in steady state, there is no accumulation! The operation of these reactors is continuous and cheap to invest. See Reactor Engineering Course Playlist: http://goo.gl/6e9iXj Visit the Web-Page for EXTRA content! www.ChemicalEngineeringGuy.com -º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º-- LIKE the video, it helps me to know what you like SHARE the video with your friends! SUBSCRIBE to my channel so you get my new uploads! Contact: chemical.engineering.guy@gmail.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/chemical...

    published: 22 Jan 2015
  • Nuclear Reactor 0 to 80% power steady state and down

    Taking the reactor in steady state mode from 0 to 80% and down some... kinda lengthy but good demonstation of cherenkov radiation intensity. Next time I will turn the lights in the room off in addition to the pool. Here is a link to the same reactor pulsing - ejecting rods to go prompt supercritical https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkPyGFjVKOA

    published: 28 Sep 2012
  • Breazeale Nuclear Reactor

    Penn State University marks 60 years of reactor research at the State College Radiation Science & Engineering Center.

    published: 19 Aug 2015
  • High Power Reactor Pulse

    Underwater camera view of nuclear reactor taken from critical to super prompt critical. Imagine a loud bang, that's the sound. There is a very intense display of cherenkov radiation followed by a very fast decay. Here is a link to the same reactor in a steady state mode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sve4qSlH3GE&t=29s

    published: 27 Sep 2012
  • Cherenkov Radiation Explained Using Penn State Reactor

    This is just a quick video explaining Cherenkov Radiation on a conceptual level. Hope you like it. Please leave questions and feedback! Made using VideoScribe.

    published: 25 Mar 2017
  • Nuclear Reactor Physics 1 - Neutron State-Space and Flux

    Nuclear Reactor Statics: Neutron State Space Neutron Density Neutron Flux

    published: 08 Jun 2017
  • WSU Reactor Pulsing to 1.2GW (January 2007)

    This is the research reactor on the Washington State University campus pulsing to 1.2GW at different levels of reactivity (in units of dollars). The blue glow is caused by high energy beta particles (or electrons) interacting with the water around the reactor. The reactor is a 1MW TRIGA type and is used for research only (no power is produced). Various isotopes produced and neutron beams are used to aid in research for the chemistry and biological science department, as well as many other research projects on campus. There are only 12 other university reactors of this size left in the US.

    published: 20 Feb 2012
  • STATE OF THE ART KESHE REACTOR

    The STATE OF THE ART KESHE REACTOR Worldwide Presentation, Congress Center Fenaroli Palace, Brescia Italy 21 April 2013 - WORLD PEACE TREATY CONFERENCE

    published: 22 Apr 2013
  • TRIGA Reactor Pulse Take 2

    Pulsing of Nuclear Reactor- The reactor is brought to criticality and then the transient control rod is forced out. This causes a power pulse of about 500-1000 MW. Here is a different pulse we did: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFAH_un1iqg&feature=g-upl

    published: 15 Nov 2012
  • Japan Declares Crisis As Fukushima Reactor Begins Falling Into Ocean And Radiation Levels Soar★★★

    Unimaginable Disaster: Japan Declares Crisis As Fukushima Reactor Begins Falling Into The Pacific Ocean And Radiation Soars To The Highest Levels Ever Seen. The latest developments at Japan's Fukushima reactor have been described as "unimaginable"and "unprecedented". Officials state that damages at the reactor are "far worse than previously thought". Melted fuel has come in contact with underground water and the melted core appears spread over an "extensive area". Radiation levels at the Fukushima reactor have also soared to their highest levels since the 2011 disaster. The radiation levels inside the containment vessel of the number 2 reactor at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex stood at 530 sieverts per hour, the highest since the 2011 disaster, the plant operator said o...

    published: 06 Feb 2017
  • Reactor Design 3c Nonsteady State Reactors

    Isothermal reactor design, not at steady state.

    published: 18 Mar 2015
Breazeale Nuclear Reactor Start up, 500kW, 1MW, and Shut Down (ANNOTATED)

Breazeale Nuclear Reactor Start up, 500kW, 1MW, and Shut Down (ANNOTATED)

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  • Duration: 10:09
  • Updated: 01 Apr 2017
  • views: 77795
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By popular demand, I bring you an annotated video of the Breazeale Nuclear Reactor! The sound is fixed and many things are explained. If you have any questions or want elaboration on any part of this video, please leave a comment. I love explaining nuclear power to curious people. I look forward to reading your comments! PS: I'm aware of spelling errors in the video (I am an engineer ya know). No need to point them out. Music is a non-copyright track by DM Galaxy titled "Etiquette." https://soundcloud.com/freebmusic/dm-galaxy-etiquette-original-mix-free-background-music-no-copyright-music ORIGINAL VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxQdS0pbpKo&t=10s CHERENKOV RADIATION VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYT9dYpnfsQ&t=33s REACTOR FACILITY INFORMATION: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74WChcn5HOQ&t=27s
https://wn.com/Breazeale_Nuclear_Reactor_Start_Up,_500Kw,_1Mw,_And_Shut_Down_(Annotated)
Nuclear Reactor - Understanding how it works | Physics Elearnin

Nuclear Reactor - Understanding how it works | Physics Elearnin

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  • Updated: 23 Apr 2013
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Nuclear Reactor - Understanding how it works | Physics Elearnin video Nuclear reactors are the modern day devices extensively used for power generation as the traditional fossil fuels, like coal, are at the breach of extinction. A nuclear reactor is the source of intense heat which is in turn used for generation of power in nuclear power station. Its mechanism is similar to that of a furnace in a steam generator; the steam is used to drive the turbines of the electric generator system. A nuclear reactor consists of three crucial components: Fuel elements, moderator and control rods. Fuel elements come usually in the shape of thin rods of about 1cm in diameter and contain fissionable nuclei, like Uranium (235 92U or 238 92U). These rods vary in number according to the size of the reactor, in large power reactor thousands of fuel elements are placed close to each other. This region where these fuel elements are placed is called the reactor core. These fuel elements are normally immersed in water which acts as a moderator. The objective of a moderator is to slow down the energy neutrons in a nuclear reactor which are produced during the nuclear fission process by the fuel elements. Thermal neutrons, which are neutrons with energy of about 0.04 electron volts, are capable of producing fission reaction with 235 92U. During the fission reaction process, new neutrons are given out which have energies of about 1 MeV. These neutrons of typically escape from participating in another fission process as they are accompanied by enormous energy release. In f -ct, the probability of these neutrons produce another fission reaction is 500 times less than as compared to that of a thermal neutron. This is where moderator is extremely useful. Moderator has the capability to slow down, or in other words moderate, the speed of these high-energy neutrons, so that they can in turn be used for a chain reaction to trigger multiple fission reactions of other 235 92U nucleus. Commonly, ordinary or heavy water is used as moderator in nuclear reactors because of the deuterons present in them which are capable of slowing the neutron speed. Water molecules in the moderator are useful in slowing down the high-energy neutrons which leave the fuel-element after nuclear fission. These high-energy neutrons collide with water molecules thereby losing out on some energy with every collision and therefore slow down substantially. A new fission reaction can now be triggered using this slow neutron by striking it with the fuel element. The third and of the most prominent part of a nuclear reactor are the control rods. In order to get a steady output of energy from the nuclear reactor, every single nuclear fission reaction should trigger another fission reaction and ensure the availability of a spare neutron released to trigger the chain reaction. By controlling the number of spare neutrons available at any given time, the rate of the nuclear fission chain reaction can be controlled. This control on the fission reaction can be maintained using the control rods. The main function of the control rods is to absorb any excess or spare neutron in the moderator in order to prevent any further fission reaction. Usually such control rods are made of Boron or Cadmium. To increase the rate of fission reactions, these rods can be removed from the moderator. A steady output of energy can be thus maintained by inserting or removing the control rods in the nuclear reactor. Now that we know the components of a nuclear reactor, let us understand the working of a nuclear reactor. It is usually enclosed in a shield made of thick concrete walls. It consists of a reactor core, pump and heat exchanger. The reactor core and pump are in placed in contact with the water, which is usually the heat exchanger used in reactors. Due to the enormous amount of heat released dusing nuclear fission reaction, this surrounding water gets heated up and changes to steam, which is in turn used to turn the turbines. Thus huge heat energy gets converted into electrical energy. Water is continuously flown in and out of the nuclear reactor using the pump. Thus a nuclear reactor successfully generates nuclear energy from fission reaction.
https://wn.com/Nuclear_Reactor_Understanding_How_It_Works_|_Physics_Elearnin
MSR Stoves: Reactor Demo

MSR Stoves: Reactor Demo

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  • Updated: 03 Jul 2012
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We've combined state of the art cookware with revolutionary stove design to make the Reactor stove the fastest, most fuel efficient stove system ever. The Reactor stove's radiant burner is enclosed by a unique heat exchanger for unmatched performance in windy conditions while an advanced pressure regulator provides optimal heat output over the life of a fuel canister. Stove and fuel stow inside of the high-efficiency 1.7-liter pot that's great for everything from solo trips to cooking for groups of up to three people. A collapsible handle locks the unique see-thru lid in place for safe and easy transport. Learn more about the MSR Reactor Stove here: http://www.cascadedesigns.com/msr/stoves/stove-systems/reactor-stove-systems/product
https://wn.com/Msr_Stoves_Reactor_Demo
UT TRIGA Nuclear Reactor Pulse (LOUD)

UT TRIGA Nuclear Reactor Pulse (LOUD)

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  • Updated: 27 Jul 2016
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Video of a pulse from 50w to 1484MW peak temperature 419 C 3.94ms
https://wn.com/Ut_Triga_Nuclear_Reactor_Pulse_(Loud)
Penn State Reactor - 500 kW to 1 MW maneuver

Penn State Reactor - 500 kW to 1 MW maneuver

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  • Updated: 23 Nov 2016
  • views: 5234
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Video from just below the surface of the reactor pool of the reactor operating at 500 kW and transitioning to 1 MW. Video is fuzzy because I turned the reactor bay lights down, and the GoPro wasn't happy. Shooting another video lower in the pool (not easy to do) soon in 4k with proper lighting.
https://wn.com/Penn_State_Reactor_500_Kw_To_1_Mw_Maneuver
Plug Flow Reactor (PFR) Molar Balance Equation // Reactor Engineering - Class 9

Plug Flow Reactor (PFR) Molar Balance Equation // Reactor Engineering - Class 9

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  • Duration: 12:48
  • Updated: 22 Jan 2015
  • views: 6846
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We apply the Molar Balance Equation to a Plug Flow Reactor. A Plug Flow Reactor is a reactor designed in "tubes" or cylindrical pipes. We design it for a Plug flow; which is obtained with turbulent flows. It has an inlet, outlet, generation and no accumulation. Since the process is in steady state, there is no accumulation! The operation of these reactors is continuous and cheap to invest. See Reactor Engineering Course Playlist: http://goo.gl/6e9iXj Visit the Web-Page for EXTRA content! www.ChemicalEngineeringGuy.com -º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º--º-- LIKE the video, it helps me to know what you like SHARE the video with your friends! SUBSCRIBE to my channel so you get my new uploads! Contact: chemical.engineering.guy@gmail.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/chemical.engineering.guy
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Nuclear Reactor 0 to 80% power steady state and down

Nuclear Reactor 0 to 80% power steady state and down

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  • Duration: 3:39
  • Updated: 28 Sep 2012
  • views: 120935
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Taking the reactor in steady state mode from 0 to 80% and down some... kinda lengthy but good demonstation of cherenkov radiation intensity. Next time I will turn the lights in the room off in addition to the pool. Here is a link to the same reactor pulsing - ejecting rods to go prompt supercritical https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkPyGFjVKOA
https://wn.com/Nuclear_Reactor_0_To_80_Power_Steady_State_And_Down
Breazeale Nuclear Reactor

Breazeale Nuclear Reactor

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  • Updated: 19 Aug 2015
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Penn State University marks 60 years of reactor research at the State College Radiation Science & Engineering Center.
https://wn.com/Breazeale_Nuclear_Reactor
High Power Reactor Pulse

High Power Reactor Pulse

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  • Duration: 0:35
  • Updated: 27 Sep 2012
  • views: 8132
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Underwater camera view of nuclear reactor taken from critical to super prompt critical. Imagine a loud bang, that's the sound. There is a very intense display of cherenkov radiation followed by a very fast decay. Here is a link to the same reactor in a steady state mode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sve4qSlH3GE&t=29s
https://wn.com/High_Power_Reactor_Pulse
Cherenkov Radiation Explained Using Penn State Reactor

Cherenkov Radiation Explained Using Penn State Reactor

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  • Duration: 4:13
  • Updated: 25 Mar 2017
  • views: 15992
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This is just a quick video explaining Cherenkov Radiation on a conceptual level. Hope you like it. Please leave questions and feedback! Made using VideoScribe.
https://wn.com/Cherenkov_Radiation_Explained_Using_Penn_State_Reactor
Nuclear Reactor Physics 1 - Neutron State-Space and Flux

Nuclear Reactor Physics 1 - Neutron State-Space and Flux

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  • Updated: 08 Jun 2017
  • views: 20
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Nuclear Reactor Statics: Neutron State Space Neutron Density Neutron Flux
https://wn.com/Nuclear_Reactor_Physics_1_Neutron_State_Space_And_Flux
WSU Reactor Pulsing to 1.2GW (January 2007)

WSU Reactor Pulsing to 1.2GW (January 2007)

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  • Updated: 20 Feb 2012
  • views: 40172
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This is the research reactor on the Washington State University campus pulsing to 1.2GW at different levels of reactivity (in units of dollars). The blue glow is caused by high energy beta particles (or electrons) interacting with the water around the reactor. The reactor is a 1MW TRIGA type and is used for research only (no power is produced). Various isotopes produced and neutron beams are used to aid in research for the chemistry and biological science department, as well as many other research projects on campus. There are only 12 other university reactors of this size left in the US.
https://wn.com/Wsu_Reactor_Pulsing_To_1.2Gw_(January_2007)
STATE OF THE ART KESHE REACTOR

STATE OF THE ART KESHE REACTOR

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  • Updated: 22 Apr 2013
  • views: 64096
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The STATE OF THE ART KESHE REACTOR Worldwide Presentation, Congress Center Fenaroli Palace, Brescia Italy 21 April 2013 - WORLD PEACE TREATY CONFERENCE
https://wn.com/State_Of_The_Art_Keshe_Reactor
TRIGA Reactor Pulse Take 2

TRIGA Reactor Pulse Take 2

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  • Duration: 0:55
  • Updated: 15 Nov 2012
  • views: 31327
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Pulsing of Nuclear Reactor- The reactor is brought to criticality and then the transient control rod is forced out. This causes a power pulse of about 500-1000 MW. Here is a different pulse we did: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFAH_un1iqg&feature=g-upl
https://wn.com/Triga_Reactor_Pulse_Take_2
Japan Declares Crisis As Fukushima Reactor Begins Falling Into  Ocean  And Radiation Levels Soar★★★

Japan Declares Crisis As Fukushima Reactor Begins Falling Into Ocean And Radiation Levels Soar★★★

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  • Updated: 06 Feb 2017
  • views: 230075
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Unimaginable Disaster: Japan Declares Crisis As Fukushima Reactor Begins Falling Into The Pacific Ocean And Radiation Soars To The Highest Levels Ever Seen. The latest developments at Japan's Fukushima reactor have been described as "unimaginable"and "unprecedented". Officials state that damages at the reactor are "far worse than previously thought". Melted fuel has come in contact with underground water and the melted core appears spread over an "extensive area". Radiation levels at the Fukushima reactor have also soared to their highest levels since the 2011 disaster. The radiation levels inside the containment vessel of the number 2 reactor at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex stood at 530 sieverts per hour, the highest since the 2011 disaster, the plant operator said on Thursday. Previously the highest radiation level monitored in the interior of the reactor had been 73 sieverts per hour. The new radiation level, has been described by some experts as “unimaginable,”. These are record high fatal radiation levels, according to the institute. Another truly unsettling revelation about the Fukushima problem came as a boss revealed 600 tons of fuel melted, and they can’t find it. “Uncontrollable fission” is continuing under the site. Visit us at : http://universaltrek.blogspot.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5704001 Follow us on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/universaltrek/ Facebook FukushimaExposure Awreness Community Just Started For those interested in following this ongoing crisis or sharing helpful information. https://www.facebook.com/fukushimaexposureawareness/ Join our Alien Truth Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/alientruth/ Music Credit: Soaring Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Intro Music credit: Introspectral - John Ekelov 99 Sounds of Tenelach Link to online music license:http://99sounds.org/samples-of-tenalach/ Video Credits: Now clip 170126:Tepco Icewall clip:Tepco
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Reactor Design 3c Nonsteady State Reactors

Reactor Design 3c Nonsteady State Reactors

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  • Updated: 18 Mar 2015
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Isothermal reactor design, not at steady state.
https://wn.com/Reactor_Design_3C_Nonsteady_State_Reactors
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