PWRs were originally designed to serve as nuclear marine propulsion for nuclear submarines and were used in the original design of the second commercial power plant at Shippingport Atomic Power Station.
PWRs currently operating in the United States are considered Generation II reactors. Russia's VVER reactors are similar to U.S. PWRs. France operates many PWRs to generate the bu
Typical Pressurized-Water Reactor
The core inside the reactor vessel creates heat. Pressurized water in the primary coolant loop carries the heat to the steam generator. ... The steamline directs the steam to the main turbine, causing it to turn the turbine generator, which produces electricity.
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