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Engineering work is being performed in an attempt to decrease the size and weight of the storage devices without compromising energy storage efficiency. This research effort leads to the use of advanced high strength steels for the flywheel component and minimal metal content for the rim to reduce weight. Further work is being done to improve the properties of the rim. These efforts are aimed at accomplishing high-speed (> 15,000 RPM) and high-energy (> 6.5 kWh) rotational energy storage without compromising the performance of the flywheel itself.

A major drawback to the application of flywheels for energy storage is the requirement to recharge the flywheel when power is not available. In many applications this is undesirable, since the energy stored in the flywheel is a capital expense and is not able to perform any useful work during the time it takes to recharge the storage device. Generally, flywheel recharging is achieved by an electric motor that is coupled to the flywheel and provides energy to rotate the flywheel or to brake it back down to the low speed range.

The flywheel needs to be designed to allow for a generous margin of safety. The maximum output of the motor should be equal to the maximum power the motor will have to absorb during the time it is charging or braking the flywheel. For example, if the flywheel motor rotates at 3,000 RPM, the maximum charging or braking speed is 3,000 RPM. If the rotational speed exceeds 3,000, the braking effect of the braking device will overload the motor. Thus, a safety margin of around 25% of the maximum power of the motor can be provided.

When the fires were extinguished, an estimated 100 tons of carbon gave off heat in the process. This was sufficient to maintain the temperature within the reactor cores resulting in a continued decay of the reactor. Even though the fire was suppressed and the radiation had been contained for a short period, long term exposure of people in the area could continue.
In 1998, the Westinghouse Electric Company sold the manufacturing rights for the steam generator to the Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL), a subsidiary of the government of Ontario. The sale was to change the name of the Westinghouse Electric Company to Westinghouse Electric Company of Canada, Ltd. (WECO) (Canada’s legal name for the corporation), which was renamed to Atomic Energy of Canada, Ltd. (AECL) in October 1999.
The company reported that the accident was caused by a structural failure of the power reactor vessel, which contained the reactor core, in which the fuel elements are formed, and the cylindrical spaces, in which the plenum tubes, the primary coolant lines, the secondary coolant lines, and the instrumentation are installed. The nuclear core of the reactor vessel is formed from bismuth-rhodium alloys to achieve the required corrosion resistance and high creep resistance at high temperatures. The primary cooling is carried out by water, and both primary and secondary cooling are done by natural circulation. Instrumentation provides an estimate of the temperature of both the primary and secondary coolants and the reactor core. The instrumentation is connected to the primary cooling system through standard threaded glands, and a safety system ensures that primary coolant pressure is maintained at all times. The secondary coolant system is connected to the reactor vessel and incorporates a ducted cooling system for the steam generators.

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