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3.3 Development of Analytical Model for 135Xe Poisoning in the MSRE37

4. INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS39

4.1 MSRE Operating Experience39

4.2 Control System Design40

4.3 MSRE On-line Computer40

PART 2. MSBR DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

5. DESIGN41

5.1 Single-Fluid MSBR Design Study41

5.2 MSBR Primary Salt Storage Tank46

5.3 Startup and Shutdown Procedures46

5.3.1 Startup Procedures46

5.3.2 Normal Shutdown48

5.4 Designs for First-Generation Molten-Salt Power Reactors48

5.4.1 General48

5.4.2 Large MSRE-Type Reactor49

5.4.3 Spherical Reactor with Graphite Ball Bed49

5.5 Bayonet-Tube Heat Exchangers54

5.6 Distribution of Tritium in an MSBR54

6. REACTOR PHYSICS58

6.1 Physics Analysis of MSBR58

6.1.1 Single-Fluid MSBR Reference Design58

6.1.2 Designs for First-Generation Molten-Salt Power Reactors60

6.1.3 Reactivity Coefficients63

6.1.4 Control Rod Worth64

6.2 MSR Experimental Physics65

6.2.1 Indication of Integrated Power by 235U Depletion65

7. SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS DEVELOPMENT67

7.1 Molten-Salt Steam Generator67

7.1.1 Steam Generator Industrial Program67

7.1.2 Steam Generator Tube Test Stand67

7.2 Sodium Fluoroborate Test Loop69

7.2.1 Salt Leak from Pressure Transmitter69

7.2.2 Gas-System Studies70

7.3 MSBR Pumps72

7.3.1 MSBE Salt Pump Procurement72

7.3.2 MSBE Salt Pump Test Stand72

7.3.3 ALPHA Pump74

7.4 Remote Welding74

8. MSBR INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS79

8.1 Control System Analysis79

9. HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER AND THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES87

9.1 Heat Transfer87

9.2 Thermophysical Properties89

9.3 Mass Transfer to Circulating Bubbles90

PART 3. CHEMISTRY

10. CHEMISTRY OF THE MSRE93

10.1 Corrosion of the MSRE Fuel Salt Circuit93

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