Monograph on Pulse Reactors
Preparation of Handwriting of Book "Pulsed Reactors in RFNC-ITP. History, Working, Exploration, Investigation".
Tech Area / Field
- FIR-REA/Reactor Concept/Fission Reactors
8 Project completed
Senior Project Manager
Coevering G van de
VNIITF, Russia, Chelyabinsk reg., Snezhinsk
- Los-Alamos National Laboratory, USA, NM, Los-Alamos\nUniversity of Arizona, USA, AZ, Tucson
Project summaryThe subject of the project is preparation of handwriting of book " Pulsed Reactors in RFNC-ITP. History, Design, Expluatation, Investigations."
The goal of the project is to collect and to make systematical information of our institute on pulsed reactors and systems of coupled pulsed reactors: history, reactors design, peculiarity of operating, results of investigations of reactors characteristics. Assumptive contents of a book is consideration of pulsed reactors with metallic and water solution active zones and coupled pulsed reactors and systems, reactors design, peculi-arity of operating, results of investigations of reactors charac-teristics and calculating models.
Proposal content of book:
2. History of pulsed reactors in RFNC-ITP.
3. Solution type reactors ELIR, IGRIK, YGUAR.
4. Reactors with metallic active zones PRIZ, EBR, RUS, BARS1...BARS6.
5. Coupled pulsed reactors EBR+RUS, BARS4...BARS6, BARS5+RUN.
6. Critical machines FKBIM, ROMB,
Proposal volume of book is about 30 to 50 author pages (1 author page is equal to 16 A4 format pages).
First big part of information of book is not publicated. Second small part of information of book was publicated in scientific: journals. Information about these systems ( history, design, operating peculiarities, results of physical investigati-ons ) is contained in many special reports in archives, in wor-king measuring journals, some information can be found only in heads of old investigators. Project Leader can collect and make all these i nformation systematic.
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