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Light-water reactor physics parameters for transient analysis

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Show simple item record Olmos, Jaime Hansen, Kent Forrest 2005-09-15T14:58:34Z 2005-09-15T14:58:34Z 1975
dc.identifier.other 02367291
dc.description.abstract The nature and characteristics of nuclear reactor transients induced by control rod motions are important to light-water reactor safety analyses. Rod motion influences both local neutron absorption rates and the local neutron spectra. Studies on specific systems suggest that accurate prediction of transients requires that both the absorption rate change and the spectral change are necessary to represent control rod motion. en
dc.description.sponsorship New England Electric System, Northeast Utilities Service Co. under the M.I.T. Energy Electric Power Program en
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dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher MIT Energy Lab en
dc.relation.ispartofseries MIT-EL en
dc.relation.ispartofseries 75-022 en
dc.subject Nuclear reactors -- Safety measures en
dc.title Light-water reactor physics parameters for transient analysis en
dc.type Technical Report en

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