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欧美网友评论世界首个熔盐钍反应堆在中国获准开始运行
发布时间:2022-09-02 20:25:22   浏览:
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《自然》杂志网站报道了一项中国正在低调测试“钍反应堆”技术。钍是元素周期表中第90号元素, 是一种放射性较弱的银色金属,天然存在于岩石中。最近,我国在甘肃武威启动了钍反应堆的试运行,这是世界上第一个“钍反应堆”商业化试运行项目。

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  • monkale98
    i've been hearing about thorium reactors for 10+ years and been wondering why no one has built one to see if they're as safe or miraculous as they claim to be.
    我听说钍反应堆已经10多年了,我一直在想为什么没有人建造一个,看看它们是否像它们声称的那样安全或神奇。
  • Lma_Roe
    It won't work. Thorium is not easily controllable
    不会,钍不容易控制
  • klonkrieger43
    Is this design already commercially viable and if not is there any speculation when it will be?
    在商业上可行吗?如果不可行,那么什么时候可行呢?
  • ialsoagree
    To answer your question, no, not commercially viable. China claims the first commercially viable reactor will be online by 2030, so probably not sooner than that and likely later.
    回答你的问题,不,不具有商业可行性。 中国声称第一个商业上可行的反应堆将在2030年投入使用,所以可能不会早于2030年,也可能更晚。
  • klonkrieger43
    So good for China, but too late for the world to adopt the technology and seriously impact climate change if they don't develop it themselves.
    这对中国来说是好事,如果他们自己不开发,世界就来不及采用这项技术,并严重影响气候变化。
  • killcat
    Moreover if they can make it commercially viable then other manufacturers will be more likely to consider it.
    此外,如果他们能使它在商业上可行,那么其他核工业制造商将更有可能考虑它。
  • ialsoagree
    While China may hold onto some critical details, broad strokes about issues, safety concerns, and general operations will likely find their way into the scientific domain. The IAEA is also likely to require inspections. Even if China keeps much of the technology secret, their funding will benefit everyone to some degree.
    虽然中国可能会保留一些关键的细节,但关于安全问题和一般操作的大致轮廓可能会进入科学领域。 国际原子能机构也可能要求核查。 即使中国对大部分技术保密,他们的投资也会在某种程度上让每个人受益。
  • sneakybeans2
    Did some research on LFTRs in college for a project. I forget most of what I learned, but I do remember how floored I was when I realized it wouldn't really catch on in the US due to public sentiment on anything labeled nuclear. That and the fact that the government is heavily being lobbied against it. As skeptical as I am about Chinese programs, it would be pretty cool if they succeed.
    我在大学的一个项目中对这方面做过一些研究。我忘记了我所学到的大部分东西,但我记得当我意识到它不会在美国真正流行起来时,我是多么地震惊,因为公众对任何被贴上核标签的东西都有情绪。而且政府正被大力游说反对它。尽管我对中国的报道持怀疑态度,但如果它们成功了,那就太酷了。
  • Yumewomiteru
    Hope they succeed, would go a long way in reducing reliance on dirty energy.
    希望他们能成功,这将大大减少对高污染能源的依赖。
  • VRGIMP27
    Hopefully our politicians pull their heads out of their ass and stop supporting oil for no reason so we here in the states can have some thorium reactors.
    希望我们的政客能清醒过来,停止毫无理由地支持石油,这样我们在美国就能有一些钍反应堆了。
  • Droid2Win
    As fucked up as a country as china is, and I fully agree they are horrible, at least their government gets shit done.
    像中国这样糟糕的国家,我完全同意他们是可怕的,但至少他们的政府做了些事情。
  • SidewinderTV
    One of the benefits of an authoritarian government is that you can give your engineers the authority to tell NIMBYs and morons to go fuck themselves. At least if said authoritarian government happens to believe in progress and science.
    威权政府的好处之一是,你可以给你的工程师权力,让他们告诉那些白痴去死吧。至少,如果这个威权政府碰巧相信进步和科学的话。
  • Sleepybystander
    China is a country run by engineers, while USA is a country run by lawyers.. Look up their qualifications
    中国是一个工程师管理的国家,而美国是一个律师管理的国家。可以看看他们领导人的资历

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