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The capital allocated to the investment bank as a percentage of risk-weighted assets was around 75% when I joined UBS.

With this information, we can do a better job of allocating media dollars going forward.

Gannon also said that this summer, for the first time, state funding had been allocated to help recruit and train MAT teams.

Learning how to wisely allocate your resources can both save and earn you a lot of money.

Though the money is allocated by neighborhood, it’s all “city money,” said Tomlinson.

Also, our house will be paid off so we can allocate those savings to other investments.

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I recommend you allocate 30% to a broad international stock fund, and 70% in a broad US index fund, such as an S&P500 fund.

Why allocate education dollars to a community perceived to be off the charts with spelling-bee winners and academic scholars?

While this frees up resources the Romney camp can allocate elsewhere, it could prove costly if it lets Santorum on the board.

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Russia designs new nuclear fuels

Over the past few years Russia has been working hard to develop new nuclear fuels for VVER and fast reactor units, Judith Perera reports

IN 2016, MORE THAN 250 specialists from more than 30 organisations attended a conference in Russia on New Generation Nuclear Fuel for NPPs — Development, Operating experience and Future Directions. The conference, organised by fuel company Tvel (part of state nuclear corporation Rosatom), was held at the AA Bochvar Research Institute of Inorganic Materials (VNIIMN), a leading Russian centre for nuclear fuel research. It covered current developments and recommended a series of research and development (R&D) directions for new nuclear fuel.

“Today we are working in several key areas in the development and improvement of fuel for NPPs,” Pyotr Lavrenyuk, Tvel’s senior vice president for scientific and technical activities, technology and quality control told the delegates. “First of all, Tvel continues to improve VVER reactors, and improve the quality of zirconium materials. Next year we will focus on developing fast reactor fuel. Rosatom has set an ambitious goal for us to significantly increase the operating time and the percentage of fuel burnout.”

The conference agreed a range of work to improve nuclear fuel. It included R&D based on TVSA-PLUS and TVS-2M assemblies for VVER-1000 reactors to ensure reliable operation in 18-month fuel cycles at up to 107% of nominal power, and refinement of the calculated neutron-physical parameters for VVER-440 and VVER-1000 cores to justify the fuel supply and its safety in operation. Much of this work has now been completed.

New fuel for Dukovany

In June 2020 Rosatom’s OKB Gidropress (part of Atomenergomash) began testing third-generation RK3+ nuclear fuel for VVER-440s developed for Dukovany in the Czech Republic, under a contract signed with power utility CEZ in 2019. The new design improves the physical and thermo-hydraulic characteristics of the fuel. “The introduction of RK3+ will create an opportunity for the operation of power units at increased thermal power and increase the duration of the fuel cycle of the Dukovany NPP, which will increase the economic efficiency of the plant,” said Alexander Ugryumov, vice president for scientific and technical activities at Tvel.

The RK3+ has a longer fuel rod pitch that reduces the water-uranium ratio in the reactor core and increases the efficiency of the fuel. Tvel said tests will study the mechanical stability of fuel components under thermal- hydraulic and dynamic conditions as close as possible to full-scale operation.

ATF advances

Russia is also developing TVS-2M accident tolerant fuel (ATF) for use in VVERs and Western-design PWRs.

The first ATF assemblies for the VVER-1000 reactor were manufactured and passed acceptance tests at the Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant in December 2019. Rosatom plans to load three experimental ATF assemblies into one of the reactors at Rostov in 2020. Each assembly contains 12 fuel elements with two different cladding options — either a chromium-coated zirconium alloy or a 42KhNM chromium-nickel alloy. Both options make the cladding more heat resistant.

Rosatom completed the first phase of reactor tests in 2019. Two experimental fuel assemblies with VVER and PWR fuel elements were irradiated in separate water loops of the MIR reactor at the Research Institute of Atomic Reactors (NIIAR) in Dimitrovgrad. Each had 24 fuel elements with four different combinations of cladding materials and fuel composition. Fuel pellets were made from traditional uranium dioxide, as well as a uranium-molybdenum alloy with increased density and thermal conductivity. Several fuel elements from each fuel assembly were removed for post-irradiation material science studies and new non- irradiated samples were installed instead.

The full-size chromium-nickel alloy cladding was manufactured at Mashinostroitelny Zavod in Elektrostal; chrome plating was applied to standard zirconium claddings produced by the Chepetsk Mechanical Plant in Glazov by specialists from the National Research University — Moscow Power Engineering Institute. R&D on ATF is carried out and coordinated by VNIINM.

The introduction of ATF is key to improving the systemic safety and reliability of nuclear power, said Tvel. Ugryumov said Tvel had fulfilled all plans for the tolerant fuel programme for 2019 on time.

Remix and mox

At the 2016 conference, a separate decision was made to develop and improve technical documentation for fuel elements and fuel assemblies of various types, as well as structural materials, nuclear fuel and its components. The resolution paid particular attention to the development of new promising types of fuel, including Remix (regenerated mixture), mox (mixed uranium-plutonium oxide), and MNUP (mixed nitride uranium-plutonium) fuel.

A project on the computational and experimental qualification of Remix fuel was launched in 2014 involving a number of Russian enterprises (Rosenergoatom, Tvel, NIIAR, OKB Gidropress and the Kurchatov Institute) led by the VG Khlopin Radium Institute in St Petersburg.

Remix uses a mixture of regenerated uranium and plutonium, which is formed during the reprocessing of used nuclear fuel. A small amount of enriched uranium is added to the separated mixture. In this way, the plutonium in the used fuel is reused as well as the unburnt uranium-235.

It will be used in VVERs and once in widespread use, it is expected to reduce the consumption of natural uranium in the nuclear power industry.

From the point of view of safety, Remix is no different from uranium dioxide with a maximum enrichment of 5%. The strategic objective is to close the nuclear fuel cycle.

In May 2016, the chemical and metallurgical plant at the Siberian Chemical Combine (part the Tvel) in Seversk manufactured fuel rods containing Remix fuel, three of which were then loaded into Balakovo 3 for extended testing. Others were sent to NIIAR for testing and further research. Evgeny Lachkanov, head of the project for the creation of experimental and pilot industrial production of dense fuel at SCC, confirmed that the Remix process separates uranium and plutonium together from thermal reactor used fuel, after being purified of actinides and fission products, and returns it to the nuclear fuel cycle with the addition of a calculated amount of uranium.

The tests at NIIAR, which took place between September 2016 and March 2017, were intended to obtain initial experimental data on the parameters of the operation of fuel elements. This data was needed to confirm the choice of design criteria for VVER-1000 fuel assemblies.

The three Remix assemblies loaded into Balakovo 3 in July each contained six fuel elements. Pilot operation continued during 2020.

In 2021, they will be removed and transferred to the holding pool for 1.5 years before being delivered to NIIAR in 2023 for further research.

Vladimir Dergachev, head of the nuclear safety and reliability department at Balakovo, said the neutron spectrum of Remix fuel does not differ from that of ordinary uranium fuel. “This means that it can be used in conventional reactors without making additional changes to their design and additional safety measures — another indisputable advantage of the new fuel.”

In March 2019, scientists at the Mining and Chemical Combine in Krasnoyark developed a new technology for producing Remix and mox fuel. The new method makes it possible to obtain a master mixture suitable for further production of fuel pellets at the reprocessing stage. The mixture is obtained in the form of a solid solution, which ensures the maximum possible homogenisation, MCC said. This drastically reduces the amount of liquids to be handled by recycling the mother liquor and significantly reduces labour and energy costs.

The new technology is simpler and quicker, and also makes it possible to abandon the use of hydrogen and ammonia in the process. It also has a high level of compliance with the nonproliferation regime. “The technology makes it possible to obtain a stoichiometric uranium dioxide or a mixture of uranium and plutonium dioxides in any nuclear-safe ratio at the request of the customer,” MCC noted. This technology has already been used to manufacture mox fuel pellets under experimental industrial conditions.

“It should be recalled that mox fuel appeared as a result of an agreement signed with the United States in 2000 on the disposal of military plutonium,” explained Evgeny Adamov, the scientific supervisor of the Proryv (Breakthrough) project, which aims to close the nuclear fuel cycle in Russia. “We did not have any uranium-plutonium fuel at that time, but it was already used in the world. The French have used it in their fast reactors since 1967.” At that time, Russia’s fast reactors used uranium oxide. “We saw no sense in mox fuel for either thermal reactors or fast reactors, but there was no other mixed fuel in the world, and the agreement had to be implemented. It was assumed that Western countries would not only transfer technology to us, but also allocate subsidies of more than $3 billion,” Adamov said.

In the event, the subsidies were not forthcoming, but Russia still went ahead with mox development in line with the agreement, Adamov said. By the time the USA cancelled its own mox programme in 2018, Russia’s mox development was well advanced. Russia’s federal target programme ‘Nuclear Energy Technologies of a New Generation for the Period of 2010–2015 and for the Perspective until 2020’ originally had not prioritised mox development or fast reactors, he said. “Only in 2011 did they realise the expediency of consolidated work on closing the nuclear fuel cycle based on fast reactors. Then, significant funds were allocated to complete work on the production of mox fuel in view of the planned launch of the BN-800.”

The concept of the Proryv project became part of the programme in 2013.

Breakthrough project

As part of the Breakthrough project, a Pilot Demonstration Energy Complex (ODEK) is being built at SCC, with the aim of demonstrating the feasibility of a closed fuel cycle. It will have three linked facilities, making up a closed nuclear fuel cycle at one site: a fuel fabrication/re-fabrication unit (FRU); a 300MW nuclear power plant with the lead-cooled fast neutron BREST-OD-300 reactor; and a unit for fuel reprocessing.

Proryv also includes continued development of mox fuel fabrication technology, which is based at MCC, which has a fuel production line 200 metres underground.

The raw materials for the production of mox fuel pellets are plutonium oxide produced in power reactors and depleted uranium oxide, which is produced from treatment of depleted uranium hexafluoride (DUHF), the secondary tailings of the enrichment process. Rosatom’s long-term strategy is for a two-component nuclear power industry with thermal and fast reactors based on a closed fuel cycle. This will increase the nuclear power resource, reuse used nuclear fuel instead of storing it and utilise depleted UF6 stocks accumulated in warehouses. The industrial fabrication of mox at MCC began at the end of 2018.

Beloyarsk 4, a 789MWe BN-800 sodium-cooled fast reactor, was first brought to minimum controlled power in June 2014, with commercial operation planned for the end of that year. However, Rosenergoatom announced that the fuel had to be developed further. The reactor was eventually connected to the grid in December 2015 and entered commercial operation in October 2016.

Initially, it had a hybrid core, comprising uranium fuel produced by MSZ in Elektrostal and experimental mox assemblies manufactured at NIIAR. The shift towards fully loading the BN-800 core with mox is scheduled for early 2022, Tvel said.

MCC completed manufacture of the first full reload of mox for Beloyarsk 4 in July 2020.

Mixed nitride uranium-plutonium fuel

A different kind of mixed uranium-plutonium fuel is being developed for production at the ODEK complex — dense mixed-nitride uranium-plutonium (MNUP) fuel for use in the BREST-OD-300 reactor and other fast reactors. VNIINM is the centre responsible for developing the fuel element, assembly and fabrication technologies with SCC, NIIAR and the VI Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

VNIINM and SCC have developed the technology for producing mixed uranium-plutonium nitride fuel from powders of mixed actinide oxides. Two batches of 1kg of uranium-cerium oxide and uranium dioxide powder were produced, from which nitrides were synthesised and fuel pellets made. Cerium is used as a plutonium simulator.

NIIAR obtained laboratory batches of powders of mixed uranium and plutonium oxides to test the technology for producing mixed uranium-plutonium nitride fuel from regenerated materials. These studies enabled development of the technology needed to obtain refurbished powders for the production of MNUP fuel.

“We are confident that our integrated technology for obtaining initial powders from refurbished materials for the production of MNUP fuel is efficient, safe and efficient,” said Vladimir Kascheev, director of the scientific and technological department for handling irradiated nuclear fuel and radioactive waste at VNIINM. “This speaks of the theoretical possibility of transferring the technology to industry, since all our studies have confirmed this.”

To confirm the operability of fuel assemblies with mixed uranium-plutonium nitride fuel, experimental fuel assemblies were manufactured at SCC using components supplied by MSZ in Elektrostal. These were tested in the BN- 600 fast reactor at Beloyarsk 3. VNIINM said in 2018 that it had carried out post-irradiation studies on the assemblies on the basis of which, “specialists noted positive dynamics of the characteristics of fuel elements due to progress in the development of technology”.

Extensive data were also obtained for experimental fuel assemblies with a full load of MNUP fuel containing prototypes of fuel elements for the planned BN-1200 fast reactor with a cladding made of EK164 steel (ETVS-4) and the BREST-OD-300 reactor with a shell made of EP823 steel (ETVS-5). This is being used to further improve the fuel elements and assemblies.

Minor actinides

As part of the Proryv project, it is planned to separate minor actinides (neptunium and americium) from radioactive waste and include them in the fuel matrix.

In August 2019, VNIINM scientists and experts from the National Research Nuclear University Moscow Engineering Physics Institute said they had created an experimental high-voltage electrical impulse compaction unit for manufacturing MNUP fuel pellets containing neptunium and americium. VNIINM said the use of the VEIK method will simplify the process of making the tablets.

“The main advantages of this method are that pressing and sintering operations are carried out simultaneously and at a high speed,” said VNIINM. “Under the pulsed action of an electric discharge and pressure, fuel pellets with a given density and geometric dimensions are obtained.

This technology can significantly reduce production space, reduce energy consumption and simplify remote work with highly active materials.”

Due to the low thermochemical stability of americium nitrides the existing method of manufacturing MNUP fuel pellets (pressing and high-temperature sintering) means they can evaporate from the fuel. The new method makes it possible to obtain composite tablets containing minor actinides.

In January 2020, SCC completed acceptance tests of ETVS-22, ETVS-23 and ETVS-24 experimental fuel assemblies with MNUP fuel. The acceptance committee was chaired by Alexey Glushenkov, chief expert at VNIINM, and included representatives from SCC, Tvel, OKBM Afrikantov, Nikiet as well as Zarubezhatomenergostroy and Proryv. Zarubezhatomenergostroy provides technical acceptance of nuclear fuel and assesses the compliance of equipment, devices and materials for nuclear power plants, including those abroad.

Rosatom said the experimental fuel was manufactured using technology as close as possible to the industrial design, which will be used for the fabrication and re- fabrication module of the pilot demonstration energy complex under the Proryv project. Four fuel rods equipped with ‘bevelled tablets’ were installed in each fuel assembly. Further reactor tests of the experimental fuel assemblies are planned at Beloyarsk.

In June 2020, Vyacheslav Pershukov, Rosatom’s special representative for international and scientific and technical projects and the head of the Proryv project, said reactor tests had confirmed the safety of the MNUP fuel. “The tests of the experimental batches are going well: more than 1000 fuel rods have been irradiated, with more than 8% burnup, and no cases of depressurisation,” he said.

This confirms that the integrity of the shell of the fuel elements has been maintained and “In principle, we are ready to provide MNUP fuel for the programme for justifying fast reactors of any design,” he said.

Author information: Judith Perera, Contributing Editor, Nuclear Engineering International

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Moscow metro blasts: another fsb inside job.

moscow metro blasts: another fsb inside job?

“ The first explosion took place on a train after it had stopped in the Lubyanka station in central Moscow , close to the headquarters of Russia’s FSB security service, a spokeswoman for the Russian emergencies ministry told AFP .”

“ The first blast at the Lubyanka metro station killed 22 people and wounded 12 . The second at Park Kulturi station left 12 dead and 7 wounded ,” reported AFP . Russian Federal Security Service chief Alexander Bortnikov has already blamed Chechen rebels for the attack, an explanation slavishly accepted by western media outlets like the BBC who are already running feature articles about the history of terrorism in Russia that completely fail to mention the FSB’s direct role in almost every major attack to have taken place over the last 10 years .

Since the explanation that two female suicide bombers with explosives strapped to their bodies were responsible for the bombing has come directly from the FSB , past history means we can only treat the official story with the utmost suspicion.

The notorious Russian FSB has a documented history of staging false flag events in order to accomplish political agendas .

update: bombs kill 12 in russia’s dagestan region from cnn : Twelve people – nine of them police officers – were killed Wednesday when two bombs exploded in Russia’s southern republic of Dagestan , officials told CNN. Another 23 people, including 11 police officers, were hospitalized with wounds from the bombings, at least one of which was carried out by a suicide bomber, according to a spokesman for the Dagestan police and Vladimir Markin, a spokesman for the Investigative Committee in the Russian prosecutor general’s office. It happened two days after female suicide bombers killed at least 39 people on the Moscow metro .

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to set apart for a particular purpose; assign or allot: to allocate funds for new projects.

Origin of allocate

Synonym study for allocate, other words from allocate.

  • al·lo·ca·tor, noun
  • de·al·lo·cate, verb (used with object), de·al·lo·cat·ed, de·al·lo·cat·ing.
  • re·al·lo·cate, verb (used with object), re·al·lo·cat·ed, re·al·lo·cat·ing.

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How to use allocate in a sentence

The capital allocated to the investment bank as a percentage of risk-weighted assets was around 75% when I joined UBS.

With this information, we can do a better job of allocating media dollars going forward.

Gannon also said that this summer, for the first time, state funding had been allocated to help recruit and train MAT teams.

Learning how to wisely allocate your resources can both save and earn you a lot of money.

Though the money is allocated by neighborhood, it’s all “city money,” said Tomlinson.

Also, our house will be paid off so we can allocate those savings to other investments.

And we can talk about whether we want to allocate fewer resources to the aged.

I recommend you allocate 30% to a broad international stock fund, and 70% in a broad US index fund, such as an S&P500 fund.

Why allocate education dollars to a community perceived to be off the charts with spelling-bee winners and academic scholars?

While this frees up resources the Romney camp can allocate elsewhere, it could prove costly if it lets Santorum on the board.

And we have been able to allocate all the haloes so far investigated to one or the other of the known radioactive families.

I once intended to allocate a pocket especially for greenbacks, but found it unnecessary.

My specimens also showed these intermediate tendencies and I am unable at present to allocate the specimens to subspecies.

It was accordingly arranged to allocate yards or separate sections of yards, so that one class of tonnage only would be produced.

Some will have two, some three, some a number of members; and on what system will you allocate the members to these divisions?

British Dictionary definitions for allocate

/ ( ˈæləˌkeɪt ) /

to assign or allot for a particular purpose

a less common word for locate (def. 2)

Derived forms of allocate

  • allocatable , adjective

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    Synonyms of 'allocate' in British English allocate Explore 'allocate' in the dictionary allocate (verb) in the sense of assign Definition to assign to someone or for a particular purpose Tickets will be allocated to those who apply first. Synonyms assign grant distribute designate set aside earmark give out consign allow budget allot mete share out

  9. allocate

    allocated v past p allocate WordReference English Thesaurus © 2023 Sense: Verb: allot Synonyms: allot, designate, earmark, assign, pick out, destine, appoint, apportion, distribute, set aside, set out, deal out, hand out, share out, give out, set apart, give, portion off Is something important missing? Report an error or suggest an improvement.

  10. Synonyms of ALLOCATE

    Synonyms of 'allocate' in British English allocate Explore 'allocate' in the dictionary allocate (verb) in the sense of assign Definition to assign to someone or for a particular purpose Tickets will be allocated to those who apply first. Synonyms assign grant distribute designate set aside earmark give out consign allow budget allot mete share out

  11. ALLOCATE

    C1 to give something to someone as their share of a total amount, to use in a particular way: The government is allocating £10 million for health education. [ + two objects ] As project leader, you will have to allocate people jobs /allocate jobs to people.

  12. ALLOCATE in Thesaurus: 1000+ Synonyms & Antonyms for ALLOCATE

    Most related words/phrases with sentence examples define Allocate meaning and usage. Thesaurus for Allocate. Related terms for allocate- synonyms, antonyms and sentences with allocate. Lists. synonyms. antonyms. definitions. sentences. thesaurus. Parts of speech. verbs. nouns. adjectives. Synonyms Similar meaning. View all.

  13. ALLOCATE

    C1 to give something to someone as their share of a total amount, to use in a particular way: The government is allocating $10 million for health education. [ + two objects ] As project leader, you will have to allocate people jobs /allocate jobs to people.

  14. Allocate Synonyms and Antonyms

    Synonyms for ALLOCATE: allot, designate, earmark, assign, appropriate, apportion, allot, allow, apportion, assign, give, mete, admeasure, distribute, divvy, lot ...

  15. ᐅ allocate synonym

    The most popular synonyms for the word allocate are earmark, assign, give, dispense, apportion, distribute, hand out, give out. We know 218 synonyms in total in 23 word groups for verb allocate. The most popular synonyms for allocate allot issue award dispense share out designate devote distribute dish out apportion appropriate assign attribute

  16. ALLOT Synonyms: 46 Similar and Opposite Words

    allocate assign distribute lot allow apportion ration give divide portion measure deal split dispense administer grant share (out) award part prorate hand out contribute meter earmark donate parcel (out) dole out accord reserve mete (out) reallocate

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  22. allocate

    allocate - Synonyms, related words and examples | Cambridge English Thesaurus

  23. ALLOCATE Definition & Usage Examples

    Allocate definition: to set apart for a particular purpose; assign or allot. See examples of ALLOCATE used in a sentence.