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BOUNDARY CONDITIONS IN GAP GEOMETRY

Abstract

The procedure for calculnting the monoenergetic angular flux density in lattice cells including voids between fuel and moderator is discussed. Boundary conditions describThe thermal energy of a nuclear reactor may be conserved by using as the reactor coolant a hydrocarbon fraction boiling within the range 220 to 650 deg C (preferably 340 to 550 deg C) and containing not more than 5% of extraneous materials having neutron cross sections of > 10 barns. The hot coolant may either be cracked outside of the reactor or used to heat another petroleum hydrocarbon which is to be converted. (D.L.C.)
Publication Date:
Nov 15, 1963
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
CONF-187-83; AED-Conf-63-225-20
Reference Number:
NSA-18-017256
Resource Relation:
Conference: American Nuclear Society (ANS) Winter Meeting, New York, NY (United States), 18-21 Nov 1963
Subject:
REACTOR TECHNOLOGY; BOUNDARY CONDITIONS; CONFIGURATION; DENSITY; ENERGY; FUEL ELEMENTS; MATHEMATICS; MODERATORS; NEUTRON FLUX; VOLUME; ZONES
Sponsoring Organizations:
Sponsor not identified
OSTI ID:
4880921
Research Organizations:
Israel Inst. of Tech., Haifa (Israel)
Country of Origin:
Israel
Language:
English
Submitting Site:
DTIE
Size:
Pages: 7
Announcement Date:
Jul 26, 2013

Citation Formats

Rothenstein, W., and Helholtz, J. BOUNDARY CONDITIONS IN GAP GEOMETRY. Israel: N. p., 1963. Web.
Rothenstein, W., & Helholtz, J. BOUNDARY CONDITIONS IN GAP GEOMETRY. Israel.
Rothenstein, W., and Helholtz, J. 1963. "BOUNDARY CONDITIONS IN GAP GEOMETRY." Israel.
@misc{etde_4880921,
title = {BOUNDARY CONDITIONS IN GAP GEOMETRY}
author = {Rothenstein, W., and Helholtz, J.}
abstractNote = {The procedure for calculnting the monoenergetic angular flux density in lattice cells including voids between fuel and moderator is discussed. Boundary conditions describThe thermal energy of a nuclear reactor may be conserved by using as the reactor coolant a hydrocarbon fraction boiling within the range 220 to 650 deg C (preferably 340 to 550 deg C) and containing not more than 5% of extraneous materials having neutron cross sections of > 10 barns. The hot coolant may either be cracked outside of the reactor or used to heat another petroleum hydrocarbon which is to be converted. (D.L.C.)}
place = {Israel}
year = {1963}
month = {Nov}
}