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Effects of Thermal Shrinkage on Built-up Roofing

Description: From Introduction: "The object of this research was to identify and study some of the factors involved in premature failures and to relate the pertinent factors to roof performance."
Date: March 4, 1965
Creator: Cullen, William C.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Distribution of Weapons Radiation in Japanese Residential Structures

Description: Report wherein the distribution of neutron and gamma radiation in Japanese-style single and group houses are studied to evaluated radiation exposure in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Cheka, J. S.; Sanders, F. W.; Jones, T. D. & Shinpaugh, W. H.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Automatic Indexing: A State-of-the-Art Report

Description: Report presenting a state-of-the-art survey of automatic indexing systems and experiments. It was conducted by the Research Information Center and Advisory Service on Information Processing, Information Technology Division, Institute for Applied Technology, National Bureau of Standards. Consideration is first given to indexes compiled by or with the aid of machines, including citation indexes. Advantages, disadvantages, and possibilities for modification and improvement are discussed. Experiments in automatic assignment indexing are summarized. Related research efforts in such areas as automatic classification and categorization, computer use of thesauri, statistical association techniques, and linguistic data processing are described. A major question is that of evaluation, particularly in view of evidence of human inter-indexer inconsistency. It is concluded that indexes based on words extracted from text are practical for many purposes today.
Date: March 30, 1965
Creator: Stevens, Mary Elizabeth
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Maritime Reactor Project Annual Progress Report for Period Ending November 30, 1963

Description: Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing annual progress made by the Maritime Reactor Program. Progress and studies conducted during 1963 are presented. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Date: March 1965
Creator: McCurdy, H. C.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Snap-8 Corrosion Program Quarterly Progress Report for Period Ending November 30, 1964

Description: Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing quarterly progress made by the Snap-8 Corrosion Program. Progress in design, operation, and experimental work is presented. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Savage, H. W.; Compere, E. L.; MacPherson, R. E.; Huntley, W. R. & Taboada, A.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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High-Density Concrete for Gamma and Neutron Attenuation

Description: Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing the development of a high-density concrete. As stated in the abstract, "the basic approach to high-density concrete mix design is reviewed to show that theoretical calculations for concrete mixes do give results that are reliable" (p. 1). This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Northup, T. E.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Corrosion of the Volatility Pilot Plant INOR-8 Hydrofluorinator and Nickel 201 Fluorinator During Forty Fuel-Pprocessing Runs with Zirconium-Uranium Alloy

Description: Report documenting the corrosion of fluorinators of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's volatility pilot plant. Includes descriptions of the fluorinators, their operating environments, and the results of their corrosion.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Youngblood, E. L.; Milford, R. P.; Nicol, R. G. & Ruch, J. B.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.1

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.2

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.5

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.7

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.8

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.9

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.10

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.11

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.14

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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A Study of Convective Magnetohydrodynamic Channel Flow

Description: Analysis of a class of steady magnetohydrodynamic channel flow problems when natural, as well as forced, convection is important.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Singer, Ralph M.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.3 Chromel-Alumel Thermocouples

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Smoothed Thermocouple Tables of Extended Significance (°C), Volume 2: Section 2.12 Alumel-Chromel Cryogenic Thermocouple

Description: This report is a segment providing smoothed thermocouple tables of extended significance in degrees Celsius (°C) for [section name]. It includes [1] a figure illustrating the difference in microvolts between the values in the smoothed table and those in the reference table and [2] a reference table containing (i) a tabulation of smoothed emf (in absolute millivolts) vs. temperature for a specific thermocouple and (ii) a tabulation of emf differences.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Adams, R. K. & Davisson, E. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Proposal for elimination of 100 percent inspection for uranium grain size

Description: Uranium cores have a grain size specification of A8 to A3. Large grain size is denoted by a small ``A`` number and small grain by larger ``A`` numbers. Grain sizes smaller than A9 denote an untransformed core which presumably has a high rupture potential. Grain sizes larger than A3 cause swelling, or bumping, of the fuel thus increasing the probability of rupture failure. Presently, tests are made on all cores received to determine compliance to the above specifications. As a result of a recent study and analysis of all pertinent factors applicable to this situation, it is concluded that 100% inspection of all lots received at HAPO for compliance to grain size specifications is neither warranted nor economically justifiable. In lieu of the present screening, a system is proposed to insure that screening is effected only when there is an economic incentive. Such a system requires that the Feedsite (NLO) maintain its present process control sampling plan of 5 cores per ingot. A sampling receiving inspection at HAPO will be used to detect major shifts in the quality of cores to insure that screening is used only when there is an economic incentive. This sampling inspection, in place of the present 100% screening, will result in an estimated annual savings, to IPD, of $52,500, based on the 0.0057% defective rate currently observed in the incoming material received at HAPO.
Date: March 30, 1965
Creator: Stevenson, W.F.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Meeting of the Advisory Committee to the Argonne Cancer Research Hospital Program

Description: Abstracts are provided for presentations in these areas: studies in immunology; studies in molecular biology; experimental and clinical studies of cell differentiation; studies on the blood; general metabolic studies; problems in scanning; clinical and experimental studies on the effects of radiation; and studies with high energy radiations.
Date: March 5, 1965
Creator: Jacobson, L. O. & Doyle, M.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Craters From Four Equal Charges in a Horizontal Square Array

Description: Craters were observed resulting from square arrays of 64-pound charges at various spacings and depths. The closest spacings yielded craters very like those from single 256-pound charges, while wider spacings yielded craters more or less square in shape and with a mound or pier at the center. Generally, the areas so uncovered were greater than for single 256-pound charges, except for very deep charges. Volumes, too, were enhanced by this configuration by as much as a factor of three. If the same factor is maintained for nuclear charges, the cost per unit volume of a crater from such an array will be within 20 percent of that for a single charge.
Date: March 1965
Creator: Vortman, Luke J.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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