Picture of built-in steam generator

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Nuclear Power for Electrical Generation

In the turbine, the steam passes through the blades, which spins the electrical generator (C), resulting in a flow of electricity. After leaving the turbine, the steam is converted (condensed) back into water in the condenser (D). The water is then pumped (E) back to the boiler (F) to be reheated and converted back into steam.

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List of boiler types by manufacturer - Wikipedia

Monotube steam generator: A single tube, usually in a multi-layer spiral, that forms a once-through steam generator. The first of these was the Herreshoff steam generator of 1873. Multi-tube boiler: fire-tube boiler with multiple small fire-tubes, rather than a single large flue.

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