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LFTR Chemical Processing & Power Conversion - Kirk Sorensen

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Published on Feb 3, 2015

http://Patreon.com/Thorium - Before touring UCB's Compact Integral Effects Test (CIET) to see how Dowtherm is used to confirm computer models for Molten Salt heat removal, Kirk Sorensen gave two in-depth presentations...

Kirk's presentations were at University of California Berkeley, and at the University of Utah. Both drilled down into the chemical processing needed to make LFTR possible (the "chemical kidney") and also the Super-Critical CO2 Turbine.

Those two presentations, along with extensive Q&A sessions after, are combined here and consolidated by topic.

Volunteers: Adam Freidin, Andrew McKay and Bram Cohen (of BitTorrent fame) all helped facilitate captures.

Musical Cue: http://kilowattsmusic.com

Some equipment was also paid for by Kickstarter supporters of "Thorium Remix", so that footage like this can be used in a free documentary.

If you would like to help support ongoing video production efforts yourself, please visit: http://Patreon.com/Thorium/

For more information on Kirk Sorensen, Flibe Energy and the Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor, please see: http://flibe-energy.com/

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