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SNAP Programs Quarterly Progress Report, Task 8--Stontium-90 Fuled Thermoelectric Generator Development: Number 1, November 1, 1960-January 31, 1961

Description: From summary: The SNAP 7 program is being conducted for the purpose of developing four radioisotope-fueled thermo-electric power generation systems. An important phase of this program is the processing of Strontium-90 into heat sources for these systems. The current effort involves the design and engineering analysis of two of the four thermo-electric generators.
Date: June 1961

SNAP Programs Quarterly Progress Report, Task 8--Stontium-90 Fuled Thermoelectric Generator Development: Number 5, November 1, 1961-January 31, 1962

Description: From introduction and summary: The SNAP 7 program is being conducted by the Martin Company for the purpose of developing four radioisotope-fueled thermo-electric power generation systems. The current program in its entirety covers: design, fabrication, test and delivery of four-radioisotope-fueled thermo-electric generator systems are to be designed to meet the rigorous environmental requirements of field use by the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Navy.
Date: 1962

SNAP Programs Quarterly Progress Report, Task 8--Stontium-90 Fuled Thermoelectric Generator Development: Number 7, May 1, 1962-July 31, 1962

Description: From introduction and summary: The effort in this area (Task 8 portion of contract) has been confined to operating the reliability model. There have been fluctuations in output power that can be attributed to variations in the operating parameters, plus an increase in the internal resistance.
Date: 1962
Creator: McDonald, W. A.