CHARACTERISTICS OF PM-1 (SUNDANCE)
CHARACTERISTICS OF PM-1 (SUNDANCE) The PM-1 pressurized-water reactor, which went critical at Sundance, Wyoming, on Feb. 25, 1962, is described. The PM-3A in Antarctica is mentioned briefly. PM-1 data are given on the reactor design, nuclear design, and heat transfer. (D.L.C.)
|Resource Type:||Journal Article|
|Resource Relation:||Journal Name: Nucleonics (U.S.) Ceased publication; Journal Volume: Vol: 20; Other Information: Orig. Receipt Date: 31-DEC-62|
|Research Org:||Originating Research Org. not identified|
|Country of Publication:||Country unknown/Code not available|
|Subject:||REACTOR TECHNOLOGY; FLUID FLOW; HEAT TRANSFER; PLANNING; PM-1; PM-3A; POWER PLANTS; PRESSURE; REACTOR CORE; REACTORS; TABLES; WATER COOLANT|
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