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Number: 976/DIG.132
Name: Nuclear technology > Control of nuclear reaction [g21c-7/00] > By displacement of the moderator or parts thereof; by changing the moderator concentration [g21c-7/26]

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
976/DIG.133 Spectral shift control [g21c-7/26b] 22

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5023047 Nuclear reactor having an ascending cooling path much greater than the descending cooling path Jun. 11, 1991
RE33030 Self rupturing gas moderator rod for a nuclear reactor Aug. 22, 1989
4851183 Underground nuclear power station using self-regulating heat-pipe controlled reactors Jul. 25, 1989
4752433 Vent system for displacer rod drive mechanism of pressurized water reactor and method of operation Jun. 21, 1988
4710340 Mechanical spectral shift reactor Dec. 1, 1987
4692296 Mechanical spectral shift reactor Sep. 8, 1987
4664878 Light water moderator filled rod for a nuclear reactor May. 12, 1987
4432934 Displacer rod for use in a mechanical spectral shift reactor Feb. 21, 1984

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