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Nuclear power installation with loop arrangement

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #4280873.

Nuclear power installation with liquid metal cooling, including a reactor cavity, a primary circulatory loop carrying heat from the reactor cavity, a secondary coolant loop, an intermediate heat exchanger for transferring heat from the primary loop to the secondary loop and a pump coolant through the loops, the intermediate heat exchanger means and pump being disposed in separately insulated and heated component tanks, portions of the loops connected to the intermediate heat exchanger and pump forming lines leading into the reactor cavity in radial direction thereof and into the component tank in tangential direction thereof the connecting line being helically disposed within the component tanks, and the intermediate heat exchanger and/or the pump being disposed inside the helix.

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