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Applied Nuclear Physics Division Annual Progress Report for Period Ending September 10, 1956
Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing work completed by the Applied Nuclear Physics Division during 1956. Summaries of experiments conducted and project developments are presented. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Evaporation of Iron-, Nickel-, and Cobalt-Base Alloys at 760 to 980°C in High Vacuums
Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing the evaporation of alloys in high vacuums. As stated in the introduction, "the investigation encompasses measurements of the evaporation rates, identification of the evaporating elements, and correlation of these measurements to the alloy composition for specimens in both the polished and oxidized conditions" (p. 2). This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Irradiation Testing of Fuel for Core B of the Enrico Fermi Fast Breeder Reactor
Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing irradiation testing of fast breeder reactors. As stated in the introduction, "it is the purpose of this report to describe the irradiation studies carried out in support of the Core B fuel element development program" (p. 3). This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Molten-Salt Reactor Program Semiannual Progress Report for Period Ending July 31, 1964
Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing semiannual progress made by the Molten-Salt Reactor Program. Descriptions of design, construction, and experimental progress is presented. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Solid State Division Annual Progress Report for Period Ending August 31, 1957
Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing annual progress made by the Solid State Division. Work and research progress made during 1957 is presented. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Health Physics Division Annual Progress Report, July 31, 1958
Report documenting research and developments made by the Health Physics Division of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Instrumentation and Controls Division Annual Progress Report, July 1, 1959
Report documenting ongoing research and development carried out by the Instrumentation and Controls Division of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Oak Ridge Analytical Chemistry Division Annual Progress Report: 1961
Report presenting research and development papers from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Analytical Chemistry Division.
Nuclear Energy Centers : Industrial and Agro-Industrial Complexes
Report regarding the use of low cost nuclear power to increase both industrial and agricultural production, especially in developing nations.
Gas-Cooled Reactor Project Quarterly Progress Report: September 1960
Report documenting ongoing research and developments at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Gas-Cooled Reactor Project.
Fall-Out in Southeastern United States During January and February 1951 from the Nevada Atomic Tests
Air filter and rainwater collections of atmospheric fall-out were made at Atlanta, Georgia; Urbana, Illinois; Topeka, Kansas; Fort Worth, Texas; and Nashville, Tennessee. Collections reflect the effects of the radioactive cloud from the Nevada tests.
Nuclear Superheat Quarterly Project Report: Sixth Quarter, October-December 1960
From introduction: "This is the sixth of a series of quarterly reports which will cover the progress and results from the conceptual design, economic evaluations and research and development work performed by the General Electric Company as part of the Nuclear Superheat Project."
A Proposal for the Mc2 Isochronous Cyclotron: A General Purpose High-Intensity 810-MeV Proton Accelerator
Abstract: "The Oak Ridge National Laboratory proposes to build an isochronous eight-sector proton cyclotron to provide an extracted beam in excess of 100 A at 810 MeV. The primary proton beam and the secondary meson and neutron beams will be used to investigate nuclear structure, and the interactions between elementary particles. Biomedical and Space-oriented research programs are also planned. Shielded research areas and an extensive beam transport and analysis system are provided. Theoretical and experimental studies have shown that the Mc2 Cyclotron is a practical concept; high extraction efficiencies can be obtained, and the residual radiation problems are manageable. The project would require less than seven years to complete, and would cost about $43,000,000."