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Number: 376/398
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Reactor structures > Circulating fluid within reactor > Having specified fluid flow path or pattern within reactor core > Plural passes > Re-entrant type
Description: Subject matter wherein the plural coolant passes, the coolant flows first along one flow path in a fuel element structure in one direction and then flows through a different flow path in the same fuel element structure in the reverse direction.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6477217 Target for neutron scattering installation Nov. 5, 2002
4166003 Nuclear core and a reflector assembly therefor Aug. 28, 1979
4032401 Combined solid and liquid system for controlling nuclear reactors Jun. 28, 1977

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