b'Accident Tolerant Fuel (ATF) Industry Teams Principal Investigator: Westinghouse Electric Company LLCPrincipal Investigator: E. J. Lahoda, Westinhouse Electric Company LLCTeam Members/ Collaborators: Westinghouse Electric Company LLC, General Atomics (GA), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Idaho National Laboratory (INL), Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), Exelon Nuclear, University of Wisconsin (UW), National Nuclear Laboratory (United Kingdom) (NNL), Army Research Laboratory (ARL)/VRC/MOOG, University of Virginia, University of South Carolina, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Fauske & Associates, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas A&M University (TAMU), Air Liquide (AL), Free Form Fibers (FFF).Figure 1. Rods being cold spray coated.W estinghouse is developingcoated cladding and Zr cladding with two unique accidentU 3 Si 2pellets.SiC and Cr coated Zr tolerant EnCore* fuelcladdings are planned to be used with (ATF) designs: SiGATM* siliconADOPT pellets in the Advanced Test carbide (SiC) cladding with uraniumReactor (ATR) in early 2020 and with nitride (UN) fuel, and chromium- Mo pellets in BR-2 as part of the Il coated zirconium alloy cladding withTrovatore program in 2020.ADOPTTM* and UN fuels. The immediate tasks are aimed at Project Description: design and licensing with the required Lead test rods (LTRs) were loaded intoexperimental backup to obtain U.S. the Byron Unit 2 reactor on April 23,Nuclear Regulatory Commission 2019, which consisted of Cr coated(NRC) approval for insertion of lead rods with ADOPT pellets with Crtest assemblies (LTAs) in 2023 of Cr coated Zr with ADOPT UO 2and >5% 32 2019|AFC ACCOMPLISHMENTS'