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Soviet naval reactors

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Soviet naval reactors have been used to power both military and civilian vessels, including:

  • Nuclear submarines:
  • Attack submarines.
  • Cruise missile submarines.
  • Ballistic missile submarines.
  • Nuclear icebreakers:
  • Soviet icebreaker Lenin.
  • Arktika-class icebreakers.
  • Taymyr-class icebreakers.
  • Russian floating nuclear power stations:
  • Akademik Lomonosov
  • Nuclear cruisers:
  • Kirov-class battlecruisers.
  • Merchant ship:
  • Sevmorput
  • Command ship:
  • SSV-33 Ural
  • They have included both pressurized water reactors and a relatively few liquid metal fast reactors.

    OKBM Afrikantov has been the primary designer of naval reactors for the Soviet/Russian Navy for more than 60 years.

    Reactor types

    '**'KPM-6 is developed by OKBM Afrikantov.

    References

    Soviet naval reactors Wikipedia


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