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    power over core lifetime


    What would you call the power that could be generated by a reactor core over its life?

    In my case it is measured in MW*h or TW*h.

    Any ideas?

    THank you.

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    Re: power over core lifetime

    I don't know of a special term; I think your thread title does the job.


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