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Number: 976/DIG.234
Name: Nuclear technology > Monitoring; testing; maintaining [g21c-17/00] > Devices or arrangements for monitoring or testing fuel or fuel elements (e.g., for burn-up, for contamination, for leak-tightness) not during reactor operation [g21c-17/06] *** (dig. 235, dig. 236 take precedence) (detection of leaking fuel elements during reactor operation dig. 224) > Control of spherical elements [g21c-17/06f]
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4424187 Apparatus for the monitoring of the passsage of conductive objects through a tube Jan. 3, 1984
4092217 Fuel elements for nuclear reactors and method for testing the circulation of fuel elements in a core of a nuclear reactor May. 30, 1978











 
 
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