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Number: 976/DIG.122
Name: Nuclear technology > Control of nuclear reaction [g21c-7/00] > By application of neutron-absorbing material (i.e., material with absorption cross section very much in excess of reflection cross section) [g21c-7/06] > By displacement of solid control elements (e.g., control rods) [g21c-7/08] > Construction of control elements [g21c-7/10] > Deformable control elements (e.g., flexible, telescopic or articulated) [g21c-7/10d]

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4820478 Nuclear reactor control rod with uniformly changeable axial worth Apr. 11, 1989
4707329 Nuclear reactor control rod with uniformly changeable axial worth Nov. 17, 1987
4581201 Flexible control rod for a nuclear reactor Apr. 8, 1986
4568515 Control system for a small fission reactor Feb. 4, 1986
4452754 Shutdown system for a nuclear reactor Jun. 5, 1984
4001078 Control apparatus Jan. 4, 1977
3945886 Control rod for nuclear reactor Mar. 23, 1976

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