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Number: 976/DIG.307
Name: Nuclear technology > Arrangements of reactor and engine in which reactor-produced heat is converted into mechanical energy [g21d-5/00] > Reactor and engine structurally combined (e.g., portable) [g21d-5/02]
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Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4997619 Shield for a nuclear reactor Mar. 5, 1991
4865802 Accumulator Sep. 12, 1989
4800952 Thaw flow control for liquid heat transport systems Jan. 31, 1989
4789517 Rotating bubble membrane radiator Dec. 6, 1988
4756873 Single loop nuclear power plant for current generation with a helium cooled high temperature reactor Jul. 12, 1988
4462954 Energy cell Jul. 31, 1984
T101204 Compact fast nuclear reactor using heat pipes Nov. 3, 1981
4246751 Thrust engine and propellant exhaust arrangement therefor Jan. 27, 1981
4238643 Steam powered plane or vehicle Dec. 9, 1980
4147590 Nuclear propulsion apparatus with alternate reactor segments Apr. 3, 1979
4127443 Compact power reactor Nov. 28, 1978
4088535 Mobile nuclear reactor containment vessel May. 9, 1978











 
 
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