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Atomic Energy

, Volume 83, Issue 6, pp 882–886 | Cite as

Low-power reactors for remote regions in the north: The bilibino heat and power plant and other projects

  • Yu. D. Baranaev
  • V. V. Dolgov
  • P. A. Nikolenko
  • Yu. I. Orekhov
  • Yu. A. Sergeev
  • V. N. Sharapov
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Power Plant Remote Region 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yu. D. Baranaev
  • V. V. Dolgov
  • P. A. Nikolenko
  • Yu. I. Orekhov
  • Yu. A. Sergeev
  • V. N. Sharapov

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