In the advanced gas-cooled reactor, the coolant used for removing heat is:
Solution:Option(C) is correct
In the advanced gas-cooled reactor, a British design, the core is made of a graphite neutron moderator where the fuel assemblies are located.
Carbon dioxide gas acts as a coolant and it circulates through the graphite removing heat.
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