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Number: 976/DIG.6
Name: Nuclear technology > Nuclear reactors [g21c-1/00] *** (fusion reactors h05h-1/00; nuclear explosives dig. 423; analogue computers therefor g06g-7/54) > Integral reactors (i.e., the reactor core and the heat exchanger are placed in one vessel; the reactor vessel and the heat exchanger form an integral construction) [g21c-1/00b]
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Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
976/DIG.8 Where the heat exchanger is disposed above the core [g21c-1/00b3] 22
976/DIG.9 Where the heat exchanger is disposed beneath the core [g21c-1/00b4] 1
976/DIG.10 Where the heat exchanger is disposed beside the core [g21c-1/00b5] 5
976/DIG.7 Where the prime mover is also placed in the vessel [g21c-1/00b2] 11


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4357209 Nuclear divisional reactor Nov. 2, 1982
4045286 Molten fuel-salt reactor Aug. 30, 1977
3989100 Industrial technique Nov. 2, 1976











 
 
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