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(1987)In a welldefined experimental system the neutralization of polonium218 ions was investigated as a function of the physical and chemical properties of the controlled composition atmosphere. The mobilities of ${\rm Po}\sp+$ ...
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(1990)Energy spectra of chargedfusion products escaping laserimploded deuteriumtritium filled glass microballoon targets were measured with a timeofflight (TOF) spectrometer. The TOF spectrometer was carefully designed, ...
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(1994)Finite difference techniques are used to solve a variety of differential equations. For the neutron diffusion equation, the typical local truncation error for standard finite difference approximation is on the order of the ...
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(1987)Linear and nonlinear stability analyses of densitywave oscillations in uniformly and nonuniformly heated channels are reported. The twophase flow is represented by the drift flux model. A constant characteristic velocity ...
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(1980)Coarse mesh numerical methods, based on the use of a local Green's function, are developed and applied to the numerical solution of heat conduction and incompressible fluid flow problems. In the solution of heat conduction ...
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(1984)Monte Carlo computer codes were employed to calculate depth doses for parallel beams of lowenergy, monoenergetic photons incident on slab and spherical phantoms. Photon energies ranged from 10 to 150 keV. Phantom compositions ...
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(1995)Mechanical and magnetic property changes due to neutron irradiation and heat treatment were investigated for the sake of developing a nondestructive method of monitoring nuclear pressure vessel steel embrittlement during ...
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(20130524)For decades, the semiconductor industry has followed a trend known as Moore’s Law by doubling the number of transistors that can fit on a given area every two years. Moore’s Law has been obeyed with remarkable reliability. ...
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(1976)
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(1971)
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(1992)The problem of measuring the gamma heating in a mixed DT neutron and gamma ray environment was explored. A new detector technique was developed to make this measurement. Gamma heating measurements were made in a lowZ ...
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(1967)
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(1983)Predictive modeling of nuclear waste form leaching requires a mechanistic representation of the processes and factors controlling the rates at which species are released from the solid waste form into the contacting aqueous ...
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(1992)Classical transport based on simple particle collisions theory underestimates the rates of energy losses. The main sources of energy transport are instabilities due to fluctuations in magnetic fields, electric fields, and ...
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(20110825)Under the Gen IV advanced reactor development program, the Very High Temperature Reactor (VHTR) is the lead concept. Design and development steps are currently underway to construct a hightemperature reactor as the next ...
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