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Army Gas-Cooled Reactor Systems Program Semiannual Progress Report: July 1 - December 31, 1959
Report documenting the progress of the Army Gas-Cooled Reactor Systems Program to develop a mobile nuclear power plant for military field operation.
Army Gas-Cooled Reactor Systems Program Quarterly Progress Report: July 1 - September 30, 1963
Report documenting the progress of the Army Gas-Cooled Reactor Systems Program to develop a mobile nuclear power plant for military field operation.
Army Gas-Cooled Reactor Systems Program Quarterly Progress Report: October 1 - December 31, 1963
Report documenting the progress of the Army Gas-Cooled Reactor Systems Program to develop a mobile nuclear power plant for military field operation.
Army Gas-Cooled Reactor Systems Program Quarterly Progress Report: October 1 - December 31, 1964
Report documenting the progress of the Army Gas-Cooled Reactor Systems Program to develop a mobile nuclear power plant for military field operation.
Metallurgy Research Operation: Quarterly Progress Report, January - March 1965
Quarterly progress report on a project to test the radiation effects on metallurgy.
Ultrasonic Resin Level Detector
This report describes the development of an ultrasonic instrument for resin level measurements in an ion exchange column.
In-Pile Loop Corrosion Experiments with Uranyl Sulfate Solutions at 235 and 250 C
Report presenting in-pile loop experiments DD, EE, FF, GG, L-412, L-413, and L-418, which were seven of a series designed to test the radiation corrosion of zirconium, titanium, and stainless steel alloys in solutions under various conditions of radiation intensity, temperature, solution composition, and velocity of flow. Steel specimens exposed in the loop cores showed increases in corrosive attack over that expected out-of-radiation.
Research and Development Activities in the Radiological Sciences, Physical Sciences Portion, January - December 1961
Report regarding ongoing research and development undertaken at Hanfdord Laboratories' physics and instruments laboratory and chemical laboratory.
Critical Mass Studies of Plutonium Solutions
Chain reacting conditions for plutonium nitrate in water solution have been examined experimentally for a variety of sizes of spheres and cylinders.
Power Reactor Fuel Processing Pilot Plant: Brookhaven Fuel Program
Results of processing 47 metric tons of Brookhaven spent reactor fuel are summarized.
Specifications for Swaged UO2 19-Rod Cluster, PRTR Fuel Element Mark 1
Specifications including detail dimension, materials, fabrication steps, acceptance criteria, and final assembly steps for the swaged uranium dioxide, 19-rod cluster Plutonium Recycle Test Reactor fuel element.
Design and Installation of a High Precision Temperature and Intimate Contact Monitor for Experimental Vacuum Chucks
Describes the design criteria, design details, and final installation of a high precision temperature and intimate contact monitor.
A Sequence for Predicting Waste Transport by Ground Water
From introduction: "This paper describes a sequence for analyzing the effects of ground water flow on waste transport in natural soils."
Neutron Physics Division Annual Progress Report, September 1, 1958
Report containing a series of reports from members of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Neutron Physics Division.
The Podmoskovnaya Underground Coal Gasification Station
From abstract: "Survey of the Soviet effort in underground coal gasification and summarizes research conducted at the Podmoskovnaya Station until its close in 1963."
Quarterly Progress Report Research and Development Activities Fixation of Radioactive Residues: October - December, 1964
Report presenting research and development activities in the field of radioactive wastes. This particular report is concerned with the fixation of radioactive residues when the failure of a pot liner destroyed the furnace.
Plutonium Recycle Test Reactor Final Safeguard Analysis: Supplement 2, Consequences of a Primary Coolant Leak
Review of previous work is presented in addition to the results of recent studies concerning loss of primary coolant when the system is cold and pressurized and the problem of supplying adequate cooling following the injection of light water.