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Number: 376/331
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Control component for a fission reactor > Gaseous control component
Description: Subject matter wherein the reactivity affecting material is in a gaseous state.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8711998 Cooling structure and cooling method for control rod drive mechanism and nuclear reactor Apr. 29, 2014
6977983 Nuclear power plant and a method of conditioning its power generation circuit Dec. 20, 2005
5610956 Fast reactor core Mar. 11, 1997
5319688 Pneumatic safety equipment to prevent the overheating of nuclear reactors Jun. 7, 1994
5063019 Nuclear reactivity control using laser induced polarization Nov. 5, 1991
5045275 Gaseous reactor control system Sep. 3, 1991
H920 Method of removing cesium from steam May. 7, 1991
4976911 Nuclear reactivity control using laser induced polarization Dec. 11, 1990
4657726 Moderator control apparatus for a nuclear reactor fuel assembly Apr. 14, 1987

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