Nuclear Power Engineering
In a pressurised water reactor (PWR), the

Coolant water boils in the core of the reactor
Use of moderator is not required
Fuel is natural uranium and heavy water acts both as moderator & coolant
Coolant water is pressurised to prevent bulk boiling of water in the core

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Nuclear Power Engineering
A boiling water reactor is the one, in which the

Fuel and the coolant are thoroughly mixed to form a homogeneous solution
Coolant water is allowed to boil in the core of the reactor
Coolant water, after being heated in the reactor core, generates steam in a boiler
Pressurised water is pumped into the core

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