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6 years 4 months ago #1967 by DExUS
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@Bert490 , A1 block was damaged in 1977 and is not funcitonal, V1 was also shutdown and only 2 blocks of V2 are running.

Shame that A1 was damaged by a very stupid accident , it was an experimental reactor that can burn natural uranium without any enrichment.
A1 was damaged when they were adding new fuel rods and forgot the Silica gel pack there and the tiny granules clogged cooling circuit, the fuel casette has overheated and melted down and also the moderator pipe.
Heavy water has entered the reactor and thus rendering it unusable.

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6 years 4 months ago - 6 years 4 months ago #1968 by Simomax
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Alright, I have got together a CSV (attached in the zip file below) with all the main nuclear sites in the UK. The sites are not just power stations but decommissioned sites, research facilities, fuel production, Naval sites etc. They are all listed on the UK Radioactive Waste Inventory, so although it may be an insignificant site, it is hot!

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6 years 4 months ago - 6 years 4 months ago #1969 by Bert490
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Well, I went through Wikipedia's comprehensive list of Reactors to find the ones that are operating but under 1000 MW (and over 100 MW) and put it into the attached .csv. Maybe the icons on the map should be different for Operating >1 GW, Operating under 1 GW, Decommissioned plant, Processing facility, Research site, Naval site.

DExUS, it's a shame about A1, There are very few designs that can use un-enriched Uranium.

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6 years 4 months ago - 6 years 4 months ago #1971 by mw0uzo
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Ok thanks for the lists. Just leave it as it is at the moment, I will do the code and finalise the table format and then additions/modifications can be made as necessary.
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6 years 4 months ago #1972 by Simomax
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Thanks mw0uzo. :)

@Bert490: Yes, different icons on the map would be very cool.

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6 years 1 month ago #2405 by VePink
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Have anyone prepared a list?

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