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Effect of Radiation Damage on SM-1, SM-1A and PM-2A Reactor Vessels

Description: Report describing the status of the SM-1, SM-1A, and PM-2A reactors, specifically regarding the effects "of irradiation on nil-ductility transition temperature and the associated problem of brittle fracture." (p. iii)
Date: October 14, 1961
Creator: McLaughlin, D. W.; Rowekamp, B. J.; Chittum, R. A.; Coombe, J. R.; Kelleman, R. W.; Bobe, P. E. et al.
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Nuclear Merchant Ship Reactor Final Safeguards Report, Volume 6: Environmental Analysis OF NS "Savannah" Operation at Camden

Description: "An analysis is presented of the accidental release of activity following the operation of the NS "Savannah" at the New York Shipbuilding Corporation docks in Camden, New Jersey. Although a number of accidents are considered, the report is primarily concerned with the environmental activity levels and subsequent exposures which would result from the "maximum credible accident" (p. v).
Date: January 24, 1961
Creator: Cottrell, W. B.; Parker, F. L.; Mann, L. A. & Schmidt, G. D.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Final Safeguards Summary Report for the Piqua Nuclear Power Facility

Description: Summary: This report contains a description of the final design of the Piqua Nuclear Power Facility (PNPF); an outline of the test and operating procedures, and the organization and responsibilities; and a summary of the hazards and safeguards analyses that have been conducted to evaluate the safety of the facility operations.
Date: August 1, 1961
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Hydrogeochemical Reconnaissance for Uranium in the Stanley Area, South-Central Idaho

Description: Introduction: The purpose of this project was to: (1) investigate the applicability of hydrogrochemical techniques to uranium exploration in the Stanley area; and (2) make a hydrogeochemical reconnaissance survey of the Basin Creek mining district and surrounding area as a step toward evaluation of the uranium potential.
Date: July 1961
Creator: Illsley, Charles T.
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Nuclear Port Survey of the State of New York

Description: Report of the capabilities of the state of New York to construct and service atomic propelled vessels and to handle the shipment of packaged radioactive materials, including used nuclear fuels.
Date: November 1961
Creator: Ebasco Services Incorporated
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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A Systematic Study of (p,xp) Reactions in the 100-400 MEV Region

Description: (p,xp) reactions are those nuclear reactions induced by high energy protons in which both the mans and the charge of the target nucleus are reduced by x-1 units. The most common type of these reactions to be expected in the 100 to 400 Mev region involves the exclusive emission of protons as a results of the interactions. The specific (p,xp) reactions investigated in this study were those where 2 is less than or equal to x where x is less than or equal to 5.
Date: June 2, 1961
Creator: Morrison, David Lee
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The Study of the Potential Applications of Radioisotope Technology to Water Resource Investigations and Utilization

Description: The study which has been carried out under Contract AT(30-1)2477 has as its objective the review of all work which has been done on the application of radionuclear techniques to research in water resources and supply, the evaluation of this work, and the suggestions of specific experiments which must be performed if these applications are to be extended.
Date: January 31, 1961
Creator: Feely, Herbert W., 1928-
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Diffusion of Krypton Through Uranium Carbide - Final Report

Description: This program was established to develop new information concerning the mechanism of diffusion of fission gases (krypton and xenon) through UO2 and UC. The work was to concentrated on measurements of diffusion rates in unirradiated materials in the temperature range of 1000°C to above 2000°C, these determinations being important to the projected use of refractory fuel materials in high-temperature, high-burnup reactors.
Date: January 10, 1961
Creator: Weinstock, J. J.; Pinkerton, A. P. & Ziegel, K. D.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Fuel Element Development Program for the Pebble Bed Reactor

Description: Previous results from the Pebble Bed Reactor Fuel Element Development Program had shown the excellent promise of vapor-deposited Al2O3 doq5intw on UO2 particles as a low permeability high temperature fission product barrier. However, since the matrix material for the PBR fuel element is a graphite sphere, carbonaceous coatings on the dispersed fuel particles might be of more interest because of improved particle coating-matrix compatibility and no displacement of neutron moderating materials. Since a pyrolytic carbon coating also appeared to be low permeability higt temperature material, emphasis was placed on the development of pyrolytic carbon coated UC2 particles dispersed in a graphite sphere as the reference PBR fuel element.
Date: 1961
Creator: Sanderson & Porter, Inc.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Coolball, a Machine Code for Thermal Analysis of Pebble Bed Reactor Cores

Description: COOLBALL is an IBM 650 machine program designed to calculate local gas and ball temperatures, gas flow, and pressure loses as induced by non-uniform power generation and voidage within an axial flow Pebble Bed Reactor core. This code has been used extensively to study the thermal characteristics of Pebble Bed Reactor cores in support of a broad program for the development of the PBR concept.
Date: [1961]
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A Manual of Experiments in Reactor Physics

Description: Nuclear processes are random in character, and, accordingly, are amenable to statistical treatment. In 1905, shortly after the discover of natural radioactivity, E. Von Schweldler showed that the analytical description of the decay distribution of radioactive substances followed from probability considerations regardless of the mechanism involved in the process of atomic disintegration.
Date: August 1961
Creator: Valente, Frank Anthony; Davidson, J. P. (John Pirnie), 1924-; Gisser, David G.; de Moraes, Octavio L.; Bryce, Donald H. & LoGuidice, Joseph M.
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