Thursday, July 23, 2009

Kirk Sorensen's Google Talk

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Excellent talk, I hope that there are investors out there who have the vision and the financial power to realise LFTR.
In the mean time, are the researches in this technology still under export control?

Kirk Sorensen said...

The technical reports from ORNL have been in the public domain for 30+ years. I don't think the technology is under export control, at least to the best of my knowledge.

Charles Barton said...

There are patents, of course, but they are out of date and no longer in force.

Anonymous said...

I suggest taking one of the old ORNL designs and modeling it in detail through computer simulation (currently available) to validate the computer model against the old physical data.



Axil

Charles Barton said...

Axil, that is what I understood the French did in their simulation of the MSBR.

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