Heat transfer problems in a low cost nuclear reactor
Berger, William Aaron
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The problem herein treated arose in conjunction with the design of a nuclear reactor proposed for use by various universities throughout the nation for research and training purposes^ The numerous phases of such a design are too large in magnitude for treatment by a single personp Accordingly, it was decided to assign various phases to individual members of the group engaged in the desigUo This paper is concerned with the heat transfer in this reactor.. The author chose this phase since it was most susceptible to declassification and in this case posed the most unique problem.
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