Technical Review of Nuclear Technology as the Advanced Ships Propulsion
Keywords:Advanced ship propulsion, diesel engine as an prime mover, nuclear technology
AbstractAdvance ships propulsion nuclear technology as the answered. With the development of technology, the need for breakthrough in the of Maritime, especially the advance ship propulsion. There have been more reactor concepts investigated in the naval propulsion area by different manufactures and laboratories than in the civilian field, and much can be learned from their experience for land applications. For these two considerations, it is recognized that a nuclear reactor is the ideal engine for naval advanced propulsion.
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