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An initial and preliminary analysis to determine the operating conditions for the Next Generation Nuclear Plant intermediate heat exchanger (IHX) that will transfer heat from the reactor primary system to demonstration hydrogen production plants was discussed in Chap. 3. In this chapter, we will expand on that point. The Department of Energy, under the leadership of the Idaho National Laboratory, is currently investigating two primary options for the production of hydrogen using a high-temperature reactor as the power source. These options are high-temperature electrolysis (HTE) and SI thermochemical hydrogen production processes. However, since the SI process relies entirely on process heat from the reactor, while the HTE process relies primarily on electrical energy, with only a small amount of process heat required, the design of the IHX is dictated by the SI process heat requirements. Therefore, the IHX operating conditions were defined assuming 50 MWt would be available for the production of hydrogen using the SI process.
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