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Number: 976/DIG.16
Name: Nuclear technology > Nuclear reactors [g21c-1/00] *** (fusion reactors h05h-1/00; nuclear explosives dig. 423; analogue computers therefor g06g-7/54) > Thermal reactors; epithermal reactors [g21c-1/04]
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Class Number Class Name Patents
976/DIG.17 Heterogeneous reactors (i.e., in which the fuel and moderator are separated) [g21c-1/06] 0
976/DIG.31 Homogeneous reactors (i.e., in which the fuel and moderator present an effectively homogeneous medium to the neutrons) [g21c-1/24] 0


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4968476 Light water breeder reactor using a uranium-plutonium cycle Nov. 6, 1990
4764339 High flux reactor Aug. 16, 1988
4130613 Low noise cooling tower Dec. 19, 1978
4127443 Compact power reactor Nov. 28, 1978
4123328 Utilization of heavy elements in thermal and epithermal reactors Oct. 31, 1978











 
 
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