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  • Westerink, Joannes J. ([Cambridge, Mass.] : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Energy Laboratory and R.M. Parsons Laboratory for Water Resources and Hydrodynamics, Dept. of Civil Engineering, 1984, 1984)
    A frequency domain (harmonic) finite element model is developed for the numerical prediction of depth average circulation within small embayments. Such embayments are often characterized by irregular boundaries and bottom ...
  • Wills, John (MIT Energy Laboratory, 1977)
  • Berndt, Ernst R.; Wood, David O. (Cambridge, Mass. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Energy Laboratory, [1975], 1975)
  • Jones, William J. (MIT Energy Laboratory, 1977-04)
  • Shiers, Paul Francis; Marks, David H. (MIT Energy Lab, 1973)
    A thermal pollution abatement model for power plant siting is formulated to evaluate the economic costs, resource requirements, and physical characteristics of a particular thermal pollution abatement technology at ...
  • Kelly, J. E.; Kao, S. P.; Kazimi, Mujid S. (Cambridge, Mass. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Energy Laboratory, 1981, 1981)
  • da Silva, Hugo Cardoso (Cambridge, Mass. : Energy Laboratory and Department of Nuclear Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1984, 1984)
    Recent trends in plant safety analysis reveal a need for benchmark analytical representations of the steam generators to aid in the improvement of system codes and of fast codes for operator assistance. A model for such ...
  • Tsai, Chon-Kwo; Golomb, D.; Henry, Allan F. (Cambridge, Mass. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Energy Laboratory and Department of Nuclear Engineering, 1984 [i.e. 1985], 1984 ie 19)
    A steam line break accident is one of the possible severe abnormal transients in a pressurized water reactor. It is required to present an analysis of a steam line break accident in the Final Safety Analysis Report (FSAR) ...
  • Griggs, D. P.; Kazimi, Mujid S.; Henry, Allan F. (Cambridge, Mass. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Energy Laboratory and Department of Nuclear Engineering, 1984, 1984)
    The accurate analysis of nuclear reactor transients frequently requires that neutronics, thermal-hydraulics and feedback be included. A number of coupled neutronics/thermal-hydraulics codes have been developed for this ...
  • Tsai, Chon-Kwo; Kazimi, Mujid S.; Henry, Allan F. (Cambridge, Mass. : Energy Laboratory and Dept. of Nuclear Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1984, 1984)
    Modification of the TITAN computer code which enables it to be applied to a PWR steam line break accident has been accomplished. The code now has the capability of simulating an asymmetric inlet coolant temperature transient ...
  • Nutt-Powell, Thomas E. (MIT Energy Laboratory, 1978-04)
    This paper provides the basic analytic framework for institutional analysis with particular reference to the acceptance of innovations. A theory of institutions is developed, then assessed in light of various theories ...
  • Connors, Stephen R.; Tabors, Richard D.; White, David C. (Cambridge, Mass. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1989, 1989)
    The use of a multi-attribute trade-off analysis technique as a vehicle to provide information to a diverse group of electric industry interests can play a beneficial role for developing long-range strategies for the electric ...
  • Beer, Janos M.; Sarofim, Adel F. (MIT Energy Lab, 1992)
    The theoretical development of a sequence of mathematical sub-models capable of calculating the fouling tendency of a coal based on microscopic analysis of the coal mineral matter is described. The sub-models interpret ...
  • Liu, Jack S. H.; Todreas, Neil E. (MIT Energy Laboratory and Department of Nuclear Engineering, 1979)
    PWR accident conditions and analysis methods have been reviewed. Limitations of the simplified method with respect to analysis of these accident conditions are drawn and two transients ( loss of coolant flow, seized rotor) ...
  • Huh, Kang Yul; Golay, M. (Cambridge, Mass. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Energy Laboratory and Department of Nuclear Engineering, 1983, 1983)
    A computer code is developed to predict the behavior of the hydrogen gas in the containment aftet a loss-ofcoolant accident. The conservation equations for the four components, i.e., air, hydrogen, steam and water, are set ...
  • Granziera, Mario Roberto; Kazimi, Mujid S. (MIT Energy Laboratory, 1980-05)
    A two dimensional numerical model for the simulation of sodium boiling transient was developed using the two fluid set of conservation equations. A semiimplicit numerical differencing scheme capable of handling the ...
  • Bender, D. A.; Glicksman, Leon R.; Peterson, Carl R. ([Cambridge, Mass.] : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Energy Laboratory, 1984, 1984)
    An ultrasonic flowmeter is developed for use in natural gas mains. The characteristics of the application and the dynamic head device presently employed are described. The performance requirements, design, and prototype ...
  • Hoyle, David C.; Glicksman, Leon R.; Peterson, Carl R. ([Cambridge, Mass.] : Energy Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1984, 1984)
    A transit time type ultrasonic flowmeter was tested with two different reflected pulse trajectories in flowing air at ambient conditions against an orifice meter. The flowmeter was designed to be highly accurate, to require ...
  • Coate, David (Cambridge : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Energy Laboratory, 1980, 1980)
    In order to make important contributions, energy technology assessments must be large, interdisciplinary projects, generally becoming very time consuming and expensive. This small project does not involve a large assessment, ...
  • Pindyck, Robert S. (MIT Energy Laboratory, 1979-04)
    Demand and reserve uncertainty are included in a simple model of an exhaustible resource market by allowing the demand function and the reserve level to fluctuate via continuous-time stochastic processes. Thus, producers ...
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