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Conceptual Design for 75 MWe Mixed Spectrum Superheating Reactor Power Plant

Description: "This report presents the conceptual design of a 75 MWe prototype Mixed Spectrum Superheater power plant. The scope of the work has emphasized primarily the design, performance, and cost information on the nuclear portion of the plant. The research and development programs required to insure plant feasibility are also present."--Intro.
Date: February 25, 1962
Creator: U.S. Atomic Energy Commission

Fabrication of Fuel Rods by Tandem Rolling

Description: From introduction: "The purpose of this report is to present the details of the exploratory and developmental work on tandem rolling, and the subsequent fabrication of tandem rolled fuel rods for irradiation testing in the Vallecitos Boiling Water Reactor."
Date: July 1961
Creator: Lingafelter, J. W.

The Cold Pressing of Sinterable UO₂

Description: The intent of this work was to explore more fully the pressing of sinterable UO2 powders into cylindrical compacts in the hope that a more precise prediction of green density in terms of powder properties, pressure, and geometry could be evolved.
Date: March 27, 1961
Creator: Levey, R. P.

Effect of Explosive Impacting on Uranium

Description: Abstract: The tensile and yield strengths of both cast and wrought uranium discs were substantially increased by explosively impacting them at room temperature and at 375 deg F. However, the room-temperature impacting caused gross damage in the cast material and slight internal damage in the wrought material at the highest impacting pressures. Impacting at 375 deg F, which is just above the brittle-ductile transition temperature for uranium, was the most effective method for increasing the strengths with no damage to either the cast or wrought material. This impacted material retained some of its increased strength after a low temperature (425 deg C) vacuum anneal that greatly increased the elongation. A salt anneal caused a partial recrystallization in the impacted cast uranium. (auth).
Date: April 23, 1964
Creator: Burditt, R. B.; Carey, W. T. & Coughlen, C. P.