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[Seminar] Overview of BWXT’s Advanced Nuclear Reactor (BANR) Development Program

November 11 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Mr. Curt Hamilton
Systems Design Engineering
BWXT Advanced Technologies LLC


BWXT Advanced Technologies LLC (BWXT) has an ongoing project under the DOE’s Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program, Risk Reduction pathway that supports future demonstration of a commercially viable, modular, transportable, high-temperature gas reactor (HTGR) for deployment in the early 2030s. The design capitalizes on BWXT’s proven technologies and fully licensed, domestic manufacturing facilities to target emerging markets, including small and remote communities, remote operations industries (e.g., mining), disaster response teams, and specialty applications where reliable power is not available.

BWXT’s baseline design offers a modular, factory-fabricated system that is small and light enough to be transported via rail, ship, or truck, and delivers 50 MW of thermal nuclear reactor power, It employs mature, manufacturable, inherently safe HTGR technology and a high working fluid temperature (800°C). It provides flexible energy options including electricity, steam, or both, while minimizing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.


Curt is an NC State University Park Scholar c/o 2010 with B.S degrees in Electrical Engineering and Economics.  He is the system design engineering manager for BWXT Advanced Technologies LLC.  In this capacity Curt is responsible for system design related to advanced nuclear applications. He has over ten years of experience in the U.S and Canadian nuclear industry, including system design, radioisotope system development, I&C and NDE equipment design/deployment for manufacturing and in-service inspections.


Thursday, November 11. 2021
4:00 pm seminar

Hybrid Option (Speaker is in-person)

Zoom (link upon request)
Room 1202 Burlington Labs


November 11
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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