Interim Report on the Development of an Air Pulser for Pulse Column Application

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The Idaho Chemical Processing Plant for several years has been studying various pulsing systems, used in extraction columns for processing irradiated nucIear fuel elements, in an effort to eliminate the mechanical difficuittes in present pulsing systems. An air puising system has been demonstrated, and a discussion is given of experimental work, pulser design, and plant operational experience with this system. It is concluded, from work completed thus far that air puising of extraction columns is a considerable improvement over other systems. (auth)

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Weech, M. E.; P'Pool, R. S. & MacQueen, D. K. September 22, 1961.

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The Idaho Chemical Processing Plant for several years has been studying various pulsing systems, used in extraction columns for processing irradiated nucIear fuel elements, in an effort to eliminate the mechanical difficuittes in present pulsing systems. An air puising system has been demonstrated, and a discussion is given of experimental work, pulser design, and plant operational experience with this system. It is concluded, from work completed thus far that air puising of extraction columns is a considerable improvement over other systems. (auth)

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Weech, M. E.; P'Pool, R. S. & MacQueen, D. K. Interim Report on the Development of an Air Pulser for Pulse Column Application, report, September 22, 1961; Idaho Falls, Idaho. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1054052/: accessed November 28, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.

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