Type of Publication
Year of Publication
1997
Authors

K.A. Konoplev; V.A. Mityukhlaiev; R.G. Pikulik; A.P. Serebrov; A.A. Zakharov; A.Nucl Soc; S.O.C.Amer Nucl

ISBN Number

0-89448-624-1

Abstract

In depth studies of cold neutron sources have been carried out at the Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute since the early 1970's. The 18 MW WWR-M reactor has been developed to allow a cold source to produce at experimental installation a polarized cold neutron flux of 6x10(8)n/cm(2)s and an ultracold neutron flux of 6x10(3) n/cm(2)s. Experience gained with the WWR-M and other reactors has resulted in a safety strategy. That includes the hazards of operating hydrogen and also provided insight into the reactivity effects of a cold source on the reactor core.

Notes

Times Cited: 0 International Topical Meeting on Advanced Reactors Safety (ARS 97) Jun 01-05, 1997 Orlando, fl Amer Nucl Soc, Nucl Installat Safety Div; Atomic Energy Soc Japan; Canadian Nucl Soc; Korea Nucl Soc; European Nucl Soc; US DOE; Org Econ Cooperat & Dev; Int Atomic Energy Agcy 0

Pagination

640-645