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Bulletin of the Medical Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory (1960)

Bulletin of the Medical Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory (1960)

Date: July 1, 1960
Creator: (AUI), Brookhaven National Laboratory
Description: N/A
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Bulletin of the Medical Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory (1961)

Bulletin of the Medical Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory (1961)

Date: July 1, 1961
Creator: (AUI), Brookhaven National Laboratory
Description: N/A
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Economic Evaluation of a 300 Mwe Fast Supercritical Pressure Power Reactor

Economic Evaluation of a 300 Mwe Fast Supercritical Pressure Power Reactor

Date: December 9, 1963
Creator: Aase, D. T.; Fox, J. C.; Hennig, R. J.; Peterson, R. E.; Stewart, S. L. & Toyoda, K. G.
Description: Report regarding Hanford Laboratories' 300 Mwe fast supercritical pressure power reactor. This includes descriptions of the plant and reactor, their operations, safety systems, and plant economics. Appendices begin on page 107.
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External-Fuel Thermionic Reactors

External-Fuel Thermionic Reactors

Date: May 1, 1968
Creator: Abbate, M. J.; Eisen, C. L.; Raab, B. & Schock, Alfred
Description: The concept of the external-fuel thermionic converter, in which the fuel surrounds an inner emitter annulus, is introduced and the major advantages of its use in a thermionic reactor are discussed. In-core reactors, ranging from 15-ekW to megawatts, can be designed based on external-fuel converter modules of fixed emitter and collector dimensions. Sizes and weights of typical reactors in this power range are shown.
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Optical Mapping of Oak Ridge Research Reactor Experiment Tubes

Optical Mapping of Oak Ridge Research Reactor Experiment Tubes

Date: April 1965
Creator: Abbatiello, A. A.
Description: Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing optical mapping of experiment tubes. Descriptions of experiment equipment, and designs of the tubes are presented. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
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Aircraft Reactor Test Removal and Disassembly

Aircraft Reactor Test Removal and Disassembly

Date: 1960?
Creator: Abbatiello, A. A. & McQuilkin, F. R.
Description: Report documenting the dissection of a reactor called the Aircraft Reactor Test (ART). Includes the removal of the reactor from its test cell, component removal, and plans for a for a disassembly building facility.
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Three-Dimensional Inviscid Flow About Supersonic Blunt Cones at Angle of Attack - III: Coupled Subsonic and Supersonic Programs for Inviscid Three-Dimensional Flow

Three-Dimensional Inviscid Flow About Supersonic Blunt Cones at Angle of Attack - III: Coupled Subsonic and Supersonic Programs for Inviscid Three-Dimensional Flow

Date: September 1, 1968
Creator: Abbett, M. J. & Fort, R.
Description: The three-dimensional ideal gas flow in the shock layer of a blunted supersonic cone at an angle of attack is calculated using two asymptotic solutions. The first solution calculates the steady state flow in the subsonic nose region by obtaining a time-dependent solution of the hyperbolic equations using numerical techniques. Internal, nonboundary points are calculated using a Lax-Wendroff numerical type technique. Boundary points, shock and body surface, are computed using a time-dependent method of characteristics. When a steady state solution is reached the flow properties on a surface of constant {theta}, (where the Mach number is everywhere > 1) are used for initial data for the afterbody solution. The afterbody solution, using polar coordinates (r, {theta}, {phi}) assumes at r{sub 0} an arbitrary set of initial conditions provided by the nose region solution and computes the downstream flow as a function of {theta}, {phi}, and r until an asymptotic state independent of r develops. The interior mesh points are again calculated using a Lax- Wendroff type technique and the boundary points by a method of characteristics. This report covers the coupling of the time-dependent and radius (r) dependent solutions. Instructions are given for the operation of the resulting Fortran code. ...
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Effects of gamma-ray irradiation on M1 propellant

Effects of gamma-ray irradiation on M1 propellant

Date: April 1, 1964
Creator: Abel, J.E.; Mapes, J.E. & Levy, P.W.
Description: Samples of M1 single-base propellant were exposed to 10{sup 5}, 10{sup 6}, and 10{sup 7}r of Co{sup 60} gamma rays. Burning rates were determined over a pressure range of 600 to 2600 psi at -40{degrees}, 21{degrees}, and 71{degrees}C. A statistical study indicated no significant change in the burning rate and a small but statistically significant increase (6%) in the exponential factor n after the 10{sup 7}r dose. Visible deterioration resulted, as the color changed from yellow to dark brown and the surface became uneven. In view of these marked visible effects, the slight change in burning rate is surprising. One sample exposed to 5 {times} 10{sup 8}r showed severe blistering, swelling, and contraction, and embrittlement causing fracture. Nitrogen Taliani tests conducted at 110{degrees}C indicated that the decomposition rate is decreased by exposure to 10{sup 5}r, is decreased less by 10{sup 6}r, and remains unchanged after 10{sup 7}r exposure. Chemical analysis showed that the percentage of 2-nitrodiphenylamine increases with dose by a factor of 7 at 10{sup 7}r, while, at the same time, the nitrogen content of the nitrocellulose decreases with increasing dose. This indicates that a substantial part of the nitrocellulose decomposition product had reacted with the diphenylamine stabilizer. It ...
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Filling and Emptying System, Cannelton Main Lock, Ohio River, and Generalized Tests of Sidewall Port Systems for 110- by 1200-ft Locks: Hydraulic Model Investigation

Filling and Emptying System, Cannelton Main Lock, Ohio River, and Generalized Tests of Sidewall Port Systems for 110- by 1200-ft Locks: Hydraulic Model Investigation

Date: February 1966
Creator: Ables, Jackson H. & Boyd, M. B.
Description: Report providing the results of a hydraulic model investigation of the Cannelton Lock proposed for construction on the Ohio River. It includes detailed information about the tests and suggested dimensions and features of the final lock.
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Filling and Emptying Systems, Low-Lift Locks, Arkansas River Project: Hydraulic Model Investigation

Filling and Emptying Systems, Low-Lift Locks, Arkansas River Project: Hydraulic Model Investigation

Date: November 1966
Creator: Ables, Jackson H. & Boyd, M. B.
Description: Results of a hydraulic model investigation based on locks in the Arkansas River before the construction of additional locks. "Model studies of the filling and emptying system proposed for use at the low-lift locks in the Arkansas project were conducted to confirm the adequacy of the original design hydraulic system, and to develop, if needed, improvements in the system" (p. 2).
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