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Number: 376/917
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Utilizing different fuels or fuels in different forms, in different reactor regions in relation to amounts of heat produced in said regions
Description: Subject matter involving the utilization of different fuels or fuels in different forms in relation to amounts of heat produced in the regions.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6768781 Methods and apparatuses for removing thermal energy from a nuclear reactor Jul. 27, 2004
5162097 Steam cooled nuclear reactor with bi-level core Nov. 10, 1992
5149491 Seed and blanket fuel arrangement for dual-phase nuclear reactors Sep. 22, 1992
5116567 Nuclear reactor with bi-level core May. 26, 1992
4832906 Fuel assembly May. 23, 1989
4576785 Reduction in rate of radiation exposure to excore nuclear reactor components Mar. 18, 1986
4483818 Fuel assembly Nov. 20, 1984
4326922 Composite nuclear fuel assembly Apr. 27, 1982

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