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Number: 376/177
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Nuclear transmutation (e.g., by means of particle or wave energy) > By neutron bombardment > Actinides > Breeder or converter reactor structures > Having particular coolant fluid flow path or pattern within reactor core > Plural coolant loops or passes through reactor core
Description: Subject matter wherein (a) coolant is caused to traverse the reactor core through separate and independent routes, or (b) coolant is caused to traverse the reactor core a plurality of times prior to its being sent to a heat exchanger or other utilization means which would remove the heat from the coolant.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4158602 Method and apparatus for controlling the neutron flux in nuclear reactors Jun. 19, 1979
4138318 Nuclear reactor system of the fast type Feb. 6, 1979

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