Will Russias floating nuclear power plant be the first voyage to China?

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 Will Russias floating nuclear power plant be the first voyage to China?


According to media reports, in April 28th, the first floating nuclear power plant, the AkademikLomonosov, was built to launch its first voyage from St Petersburg to Murmansk to load fuel. After Murmansk, the floating nuclear power plant will be dragged to Russias northernmost city of pervic, and will start to provide electricity for a drilling platform in the city and a desalination plant in 2019. It is reported that the Captain Lomonosov is 140 meters wide, 30 meters wide, 10 meters high, and 21 thousand and 500 tons of displacement, which can provide about 70 crew members. In terms of power generation, the two improved KLT-40 reactors at the nuclear power plant can provide up to 70 megawatts of electricity or 300 megawatts of heat for 200 thousand people. In addition, the desalination plant on the giant floating nuclear power plant can also provide 240 thousand cubic meters of fresh water per day. Undoubtedly, Russia has taken the first step in the practical field of floating nuclear power plants, which is a great encouragement to China. Floating nuclear power plants are mobile nuclear power stations built on a floating platform. Compared with standard nuclear power plants, the aseismic power plant is more aseismic and the possibility of radioactive material loss is less. The floating nuclear power plant can provide different levels of power support according to the differences in different regions and the environment, and the reactors used by the nuclear power plant are reliable and have been used on nuclear submarines and ice breaking ships, which require a replacement of nuclear fuel every 12 years, in line with the requirements of the IAEA non proliferation treaty. Floating nuclear power plants at sea are of great strategic significance for safeguarding Chinas maritime rights and interests. For a long time in the past, China could not afford to stay away from the maritime territory of the mainland. Now, China has adopted the method of sand filling and island building, which has effectively strengthened Chinas existence in the South China Sea and other regions. But one of the following questions is how to provide energy for these reefs at lower cost, so as to maintain their daily operation and further development. Offshore floating nuclear power plants can do much in this respect. Secondly, from the point of view of maintaining security, these reefs can be the ballast of the situation in the South China Sea. In the final analysis, because of the corresponding military forces in the upper part of China, the boiler will be converging for a period of time out of the scruples of these unsinkable carriers. Floating nuclear power stations can ensure long and continuous operation of military facilities deployed on the island (such as radar, fighter, anti-aircraft missile, anti-ship missile, etc.), keep the state of high alert, and create non sinking aircraft carrier as a nuclear carrier, so as to be more effective to deter the elders. In fact, Chinas floating nuclear power plant project has already begun. Chinas nuclear power industry group, China wide nuclear group and China Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Group are the three major groups to promote Chinas maritime nuclear power concept. The official WeChat of the central nuclear group published an article entitled deep energy observation: China will build 20 offshore nuclear power plants on the South China Sea Island in July 14, 2016. The article said that China is making full use of the offshore nuclear power platform and ice breaking ship as Chinas offshore nuclear power technology is mature. At the beginning of this year, Japan Economic News reported that China formally developed offshore floating nuclear power plants. Japanese media said that by 2020, China will build about 20 offshore nuclear power plants, which may be located in northern Chinas Bohai and South China Sea. However, the use of the Russian floating nuclear power plant has also been a number of accusations, the first of all is the security problem, many environmentalists called it nuclear Titanic or floating Chernobyl. The green peace organizations nuclear expert, Harvard Camp, said in a statement that the fragile environment around the Arctic Ocean has been under great pressure from climate change, and setting up a nuclear reactor here will be a very obvious threat. Many media have quoted Harvard Camps statement. The author believes that in the future, if Chinas related facilities are put into operation, those who are struggling to interfere with the greater difficulty will inevitably give China a big deal in the name of environmental protection. Author Lan Shunzheng: This is the source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 In fact, Chinas floating nuclear power plant project has already begun. Chinas nuclear power industry group, China wide nuclear group and China Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Group are the three major groups to promote Chinas maritime nuclear power concept. The official WeChat of the central nuclear group published an article entitled deep energy observation: China will build 20 offshore nuclear power plants on the South China Sea Island in July 14, 2016. The article said that China is making full use of the offshore nuclear power platform and ice breaking ship as Chinas offshore nuclear power technology is mature. At the beginning of this year, Japan Economic News reported that China formally developed offshore floating nuclear power plants. Japanese media said that by 2020, China will build about 20 offshore nuclear power plants, which may be located in northern Chinas Bohai and South China Sea. Author Lan Shunzheng