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Number: 976/DIG.12
Name: Nuclear technology > Nuclear reactors [g21c-1/00] *** (fusion reactors h05h-1/00; nuclear explosives dig. 423; analogue computers therefor g06g-7/54) > Fast fission reactors (i.e., reactors not using a moderator; metal cooled reactors; fast breeders) [g21c-1/02] > Characterized by the concept and properties of the core [g21c-1/02b]
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Class Number Class Name Patents
976/DIG.13 Where the core is divided into zones with fuel and zones with breeding material [g21c-1/02b2] 9


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4859400 Nuclear reactor core restraint Aug. 22, 1989
4663110 Fusion blanket and method for producing directly fabricable fissile fuel May. 5, 1987
4507259 Axially staggered seed-blanket reactor fuel module construction Mar. 26, 1985
4372911 Method for flattening the curve of evolution of heat in a fast reactor core Feb. 8, 1983











 
 
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