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Number: 976/DIG.304
Name: Nuclear technology > Control of nuclear power plant [g21d-3/00] *** (control of nuclear reaction in general dig. 113) > Regulation of any parameters in the plant [g21d-3/08] > By adjustment of the reactor in response only to changes in engine demand [g21d-3/12] > Varying reactivity [g21d-3/16]

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4844856 Process for automatic regulation of the soluble boron content of the cooling water of a pressurized water nuclear reactor Jul. 4, 1989
4240874 Process for controlling the reactivity effects due to the power variations in PWR nuclear reactors Dec. 23, 1980
4222822 Method for operating a nuclear reactor to accommodate load follow while maintaining a substantially constant axial power distribution Sep. 16, 1980
4057463 Method of operating a nuclear reactor which maintains a substantially constant axial power distribution profile with changes in load Nov. 8, 1977
4000037 Reactor-turbine control for low steam pressure operation in a pressurized water reactor Dec. 28, 1976

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