John Bucknell - Nuclear Plant Economics & Synthetic Fuel Cogeneration @ TEAC8





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Published on Oct 20, 2017

Enhanced High Temperature Nuclear Plant Economics through Maximal Capacity Utilization. Cogeneration of Electrical Power and Synthetic Fuel with Fully Flexible Product Selection.

Presented at TEAC8 ( Thorium Energy Alliance Conference #8 ) on 2017-08-21 ( August 21st, 2017 ). http://ThoriumEnergyAlliance.com/

John R. Bucknell graduated from Cleveland State University in 1995 with a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering and the University of Michigan in 1999 with a master’s in systems engineering.

Bucknell has led advanced engineering teams at Chrysler and General Motors for three production high performance engine families. Was Senior Propulsion Engineer for the Raptor full-flow staged combustion methalox rocket at Space Exploration Technologies then Senior Propulsion Scientist for Divergent3D developing vehicle technologies.

Published technical work includes economic carbon-neutral synthetic fuel processes and high performance air-breathing nuclear rockets, high efficiency/low operational cost internal combustion engines and 10 patents.


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