|Headquarters||Nizhny Novgorod, Russia|
OKBM Afrikantov (full name: OAO I. I. Afrikantov OKB Mechanical Engineering, Russian: Опытное конструкторское бюро машиностроения им. И. И. Африкантова) is a nuclear engineering company located in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. It is a subsidiary of Rosatom. The company is named after Igor Afrikantov. It is best known as the main designer for the Soviet Union's and Russia's flagship nuclear propulsion projects, including the first nuclear submarine reactor, reactors for the nuclear icebreaking fleet, and reactors for the floating nuclear power plant project.
The company was founded in 1945. In 1998, it was named after its former chief designer and director I. I. Afrikantov.
The company is a developer of the nuclear reactors. It has designed and assembled KLT-40S reactors for the first Russian floating nuclear power station Akademik Lomonosov. It also developed the RITM-200 design pressurized water reactor which is used for LK-60 model nuclear-powered icebreaker.
A list of some reactors under her flagship or participation:
|Name||Power (in MWe)||Technology||Producer||Status|
|ABV||3-10||PWR||OKBM Afrikantov & IPPE||Detailed Design|
|KLT-20||20||PWR||OKBM Afrikantov||Conceptual Design|
|KLT-40||35||PWR||OKBM Afrikantov||Under Construction|
|VBER-300||325||PWR||OKBM Afrikantov||Licensing Stage|
|VBER-150||110||PWR||OKBM Afrikantov||Conceptual Design|
|BN GT-300||300||SFR||OKBM, IPPE & SPb AEP||Conceptual Design|
|BMN-170||170||SFR||OKBM, IPPE & SPb AEP||Conceptual Design|
|RITM-200||50||PWR||OKBM Afrikantov||Under Construction|
|GT-MHR||285||HTGR||OKBM Afrikantov||Conceptual Design Completed|
|MHR-T||4х205.5||HTGR||OKBM Afrikantov||Conceptual Design|
|MHR-100||25 - 87||HTGR||OKBM Afrikantov||Conceptual Design|
|IRIS||335||PWR||OKBM (participant)||Basic Design|
|MBUR-12||12||SFR||OKBM & IPPE||Early Conceptual Design|
- "Reactors ready for floating plant". World Nuclear News. 2009-08-07. Retrieved 2012-10-06.
- "Shipyard wins giant nuclear icebreaker tender". World Nuclear News. 2012-08-07. Retrieved 2012-10-06.
- "Chinese fast reactor starts supplying electricity". World Nuclear News. 2011-07-21. Retrieved 2012-10-06.
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