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Number: 376/401
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Reactor structures > Circulating fluid within reactor > Having specified fluid flow path or pattern within reactor core > One-fluid-type pressure tube reactor
Description: Subject matter wherein the flow channels in the reactor are formed by a plurality of spaced tubes or conduits, the interiors of which are each at pressure substantially higher than the pressure of the adjacent medium.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6937596 IP based telephone system Aug. 30, 2005
6434209 Critical power enhancement system for a pressurized fuel channel type nuclear reactor using alignment of fuel bundle pairs Aug. 13, 2002
5640434 Miniaturized nuclear reactor utilizing improved pressure tube structural members Jun. 17, 1997
5493590 Critical power enhancement system for a pressurized fuel channel type nuclear reactor using CHF enhancement appendages Feb. 20, 1996
4659539 Nuclear reactor Apr. 21, 1987
3984283 Reactor Oct. 5, 1976











 
 
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