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  • The Helikon Z-plant in the early 1980s was not commercially oriented and had less than 500,000 SWU/yr capacity.

    Uranium enrichment

  • It is based on Helikon but pending regulatory authorisation it has not yet been tested on UF6 – only light isotopes such as silicon.

    Uranium enrichment

  • However, extrapolating from results there it is expected to have an enrichment factor in each unit of 1.10 (cf 1.03 in Helikon) with about 1000 kWh/SWU and development of it is aiming for 1.15 enrichment factor and less than 500 kWh/SWU.

    Uranium enrichment

  • One is the jet nozzle process, with demonstration plant built in Brazil, and the other the Helikon vortex tube process developed in South Africa.

    Uranium enrichment

  • Meantime, Dion had sent word to Syracuse; and Dionysios, who loved to think his court a Helikon of muses, sent the expected summons.

    The Mask of Apollo

  • But the plant I mean is a wild peony, which I dug up in a brake on the slopes of Helikon.

    In a Green Shade A Country Commentary

  • He lived and farmed his own land on the slopes of Helikon, under the governance of the lords of Thespiæ, whoever they were.

    In a Green Shade A Country Commentary

  • Helikon, [410] presented to Alexander by the city of Rhodes, and was worn by him in all his battles.

    Plutarch's Lives Volume III.

  • Helikon, with the proud conviction that in the battle they at any rate had not been defeated.

    Plutarch's Lives Volume III.

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