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Number: 376/369
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Reactor structures > Circulating fluid within reactor > Plural fluids or a fluid in plural phases circulating within reactor (e.g., pressure tube reactors) > Including chemically distinct gas > With formation, separation, or manipulation of a second gas
Description: Subject matter wherein a second gaseous component is present in the reactor as either steam or vapor and is (a) formed during the course of the reaction, (b) separated from another fluid present, or (c) handled in some way internally or externally of the reactor.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6888910 Methods and apparatuses for removing thermal energy from a nuclear reactor May. 3, 2005
6768781 Methods and apparatuses for removing thermal energy from a nuclear reactor Jul. 27, 2004
4404165 Process for carrying away the decay heat of radioactive substances Sep. 13, 1983











 
 
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