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Nuclear safety research, PHEBUS program

Nuclear safety research, PHEBUS program

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PHILIPPE PLAILLY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY PHILIPPE PLAILLY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Nuclear safety research. Nuclear power station worker operating a robotic arm to handle nuclear fuel rods during a simulation of a core meltdown. This is the Phebus FP program, conducted at the Phebus reactor in Cadarache, in southern France. Phebus is a miniature pressurized water reactor (PWR) equipped with hundreds of sensors to gather data during simulated nuclear accidents. This is the CELENA room for storing samples. The first simulated meltdown took place in 1993. The initial Phebus program was followed by the Phebus 2K program in 2000.

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