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Number: 376/382
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Reactor structures > Circulating fluid within reactor > Pebble bed reactor > Having core of separate pebble containers
Description: Subject matter wherein the fuel elements are in a plurality of separate containers which are arranged together to form the active region of the core.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7978807 Nuclear reactor Jul. 12, 2011
7403585 Optimally moderated nuclear fission reactor and fuel source therefor Jul. 22, 2008
6865245 Guide ring to control granular mixing in a pebble-bed nuclear reactor Mar. 8, 2005
5428653 Apparatus and method for nuclear power and propulsion Jun. 27, 1995
5289512 Nuclear propulsion reactor Feb. 22, 1994
5225153 Pebble-type high temperature gas reactor Jul. 6, 1993
5106574 Nuclear reactor refuelable in space Apr. 21, 1992
5047204 Nuclear fuel element for a particle bed reactor Sep. 10, 1991
5017333 Multi-region reactor core pebble bed high temperature gas reactor May. 21, 1991

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