Although the USSR had operating reactors as early as 1947 they were not reported in Soviet publications until 1955. This delay in reporting left the U.S. with a need for a comprehensive list of reactors developed in the USSR and its bloc countries.
This report lists all reactors in the USSR and its bloc countries. It includes the reactors main features including name, type, uses and applications, affiliation, location, start-up-date, maximum neutron flux, power, fuel, moderator, etc.
Includes details such as: name, type, uses and applications, affiliation, location, start-up-date, maximum neutron flux, power (thermal and electrical, fuel, moderator, reflector, coolant, shielding, experimental facilities, remarks and references.
Locations: Bulgaria, China, Czechoslovakia, East German, Egypt, Hungary, North Korea, Poland, Romania, Yugoslavia.
This report was released to the Nautilus Institute under the US Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).