Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR)
A pressurized water reactor (PWR) is a type of light water reactor system that is most widely used around the world
The PWR reactors constitute the largest majority of nuclear power plants in the world and uses ordinary water as the moderator and coolant. There are 24 PWR nuclear power plants in Japan, of which all but the first few plants were designed, manufactured, and constructed by MHI as the main contractor.
- HistoryMHI Group completed the first Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) nuclear power plant in Japan, Mihama Unit 1, in 1970.
- Orders Received There are 24 PWR nuclear power plants, now in operation in JAPAN, of which total electrical output reached nearly 20,000 MWe.
- Features of the LWR Plant Nuclear power generation makes use of energy generated by the nuclear fission.
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