Science and Technology of Nuclear Installations

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Volume 2009 |Article ID 815394 | 2 pages | https://doi.org/10.1155/2009/815394

Erratum for “Assessment of LWR-HTR-GCFR Integrated Cycle”

Received15 Dec 2009
Accepted15 Dec 2009
Published27 Jun 2010

Assessment of LWR-HTR-GCFR Integrated Cycle

Erratum
Please substitute the old Figure with the following new Figure 1, the old Figure with the following new Figure 2, Please substitute the old Figure with the following new Figure 3, the old Figure with the following new Figure 4, and the paragraph (i) at page 8, column 2, with the following:
“First of all, the LOMBT is always lower than 50000 years. GCFR SNF reaches LOM after about 10000 except for the 1st and the 2nd cycle (Figures and ). As far as PBMR is concerned, its waste composed of Am, Cm and FPs is characterized by a LOMBT three time higher than that of the average GCFR waste (Figure ). Furthermore, considering all the HM coming from PBMR as a waste (i.e., including Np and Pu; that corresponds to a OTTO cycle for PBMR), the LOMBT increases by two orders of magnitude (please compare Figures and ) and becomes even worse than that of LWR waste. Hence, the advantages of recycling Pu and Np coming from PBMR are confirmed.”

Copyright © 2009 Eleonora Bomboni et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.


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