1000-Mwe SGR. 90% ThO$Sub 2$, 10% UO$sub 2$ Alternate Fuel Core Thermal and Hydraulic Analysis

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The thermal and hydraulic core parameters were determined using the SORTD I code for 90% ThO/sub 2/, 10% UO/sub 2/ fuel both for (1) a core containing 592 fuel elements corresponding to the UC reference core with a maximum UC temperature of 2000 deg F and (2) a core containing 784 fuel elements corresponding to a UC core with a maximum UC temperature of 1750 deg F. Eighteen rod elements with 2.5 in./sup 2/ and 3.5 in./sup 2/ fuel areas, and 30 rod elements with 4.5 in./sup 2/ and 5.5 in./sup 2/ fuel areas are analyzed for 8 cases. (auth)

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Imig, J. K. February 19, 1964.

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The thermal and hydraulic core parameters were determined using the SORTD I code for 90% ThO/sub 2/, 10% UO/sub 2/ fuel both for (1) a core containing 592 fuel elements corresponding to the UC reference core with a maximum UC temperature of 2000 deg F and (2) a core containing 784 fuel elements corresponding to a UC core with a maximum UC temperature of 1750 deg F. Eighteen rod elements with 2.5 in./sup 2/ and 3.5 in./sup 2/ fuel areas, and 30 rod elements with 4.5 in./sup 2/ and 5.5 in./sup 2/ fuel areas are analyzed for 8 cases. (auth)

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  • Report No.: NAA-SR-Memo-9569
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  • DOI: 10.2172/4005127 | External Link
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Imig, J. K. 1000-Mwe SGR. 90% ThO$Sub 2$, 10% UO$sub 2$ Alternate Fuel Core Thermal and Hydraulic Analysis, report, February 19, 1964; Canoga Park, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc872192/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.