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Inventor:
Wiktor; Clas-Goran
Address:
Dietlikon, CH
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5666389 Fuel assembly and spacer for a nuclear reactor September 9, 1997
The invention relates to a fuel assembly (1) and a spacer (7) for a nuclear reactor wherein the spacer comprises a plurality of cells (9) for retaining and mutually fixing parallel elongated elements (3, 8) extending through the cells to form a bundle in the fuel assembly. The cells are
5285487 Spacer for retaining fuel rods in a nuclear reactor fuel assembly February 8, 1994
A spacer for a nuclear reactor fuel assembly includes a cell-formed lattice-work for retaining parallel, elongated elements such as fuel rods (4) into a bundle of substantially square cross section. The cells are formed from tubular, preferably round sleeves (1). Each one of these of










 
 
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