Neutronics and mass transport in a chemical reactor associated with controlled thermonuclear fusion reactor
Description: The formation of ozone from oxygen and the dissociation carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide and oxygen is studied in a gamma-neutron chemical process blanket associated with a controlled thermonuclear reactor. Materials used for reactor tube wall will affect the efficiency of the energy absorption by the reactants and consequently the yield of reaction products. Three kinds of materials, aluminum, stainless steel and fiber (Al/sub 2/O/sub 3/)-aluminium are investigated for the tube wall material in the study.
Date: November 28, 1976
Creator: Dang, V D; Steinberg, M; Lazareth, O W & Powell, J R
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