A NEW GENERATION OF NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY
Serva has developed a unique technology able to exist within nuclear fuel to prevent radiation from spiking to unsafe levels —
the key to unlocking safe, sustainable nuclear operations.
FUEL FOR THE FUTURE
Since the first nuclear reactor was created, we have relied on mechanical properties to ensure safety. At Serva Energy, we are using nuclear properties to fundamentally change fuel pellets in order to drive stability and reactivity control.
Our innovative technology, known as Smart Nuclear Materials, allows for unprecedented safety, ultimately leading to
the removal of 160K metric tons of hazardous waste, repurposed as nuclear fuel — a win-win.
Using finite element analysis and data analytics, we seek an intimate understanding of what goes on inside a nuclear reactor.
Serva's nuclear simulation software relies on artificial intelligence to quickly model nuclear reactions — offering unparalleled access to a reactor and paving the way for innovation.
Through the use of Smart Nuclear Materials, we are able to change reactions that occur in nuclear reactors in powerful ways — allowing for greater reactivity control, safety and sustainability.
As these materials destroy waste, they extend the life of the fuel — leading to significant cost savings and zero waste.
CONVERTING REACTORS FROM ANALOG TO DIGITAL
We are in the final stage of converting a 1960s-era nuclear research reactor from an analog paper system to a fully digital interface that enhances the reactor's capability and potential.
IMPROVING SAFETY, CONTROL
As technology becomes more digitally based, it's imperative that nuclear reactors adapt to our modern age. Digital outputs improve reactor control and stability — increasing safety and efficiency.
RUBBER, MEET ROAD
Computational analysis will never eliminate the need for real-world experiments, which is why we work with top research labs to perform the necessary tests and simulations that move our work forward.
THE PARTICLE ACCELERATOR:
AN ATOMIC MICROSCOPE
The use of a particle accelerator provides Serva with a super close-up
look at individual nuclear reactions with a high degree of precision — opening the door to discoveries and practical solutions.