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Study on Two-Phase Flow Behavior and Turbulent Excitation Mechanism in a U-Bend Tube-Bundle in Steam Generators Based on Air-Water Two-Phase Flow Model Tests
Yamaguchi, N.; Sakata, K.; Tsuge, A.
Progress in light ion beam fusion research on PBFA II
D L Cook; G O Allshouse; J Bailey
Investigation of corrosion degradation of a tube sheet in steam generators in nuclear power plants with vver reactors
Davidenko, S.; Zhukov, R.Yu.; Trunov, N.
High-Current Linear Transformer Driver Development at Sandia National Laboratories
Mazarakis, Michael G; Fowler, William E; LeChien, K L
First EC/ISOE Workshop on Occupational Exposure Management at Nuclear Power Plants, Malmø, 16-18 September 1998
Electrical issues associated with sea-water immersed windings in electrical generators for wave- and tidal current-driven power generation
Fletcher, J.; Judendorfer, T.; Mueller, M.
Electrical Breakdown of Submillimeter Water Gaps
Schoenbach, K. H.; Goan, B.; Garner, A.
Development of a large-capacity PCS for wind turbine generators
Nomura, J; Souda, M; Koyanagi, K
Cyclotron resonance heating systems for SST-1
D. Bora; Sunil Kumar; Raj Singh
Current status and future prospects of electric generators using electroactive polymer artificial muscle
Chiba, Seiki; Waki, Mikio; Masuda, Koichi
Classification of Steam Generator Tube Defects for Real-Time Applications Using Eddy Current Test Data and Self-Organizing Maps
Ting, Daniel K. S.; Upadhyaya, Belle R.; de Mesquita, Roberto N.
Black start generator protection considerations
Advanced radioisotope power sources for future deep space missions
Nilsen, Erik N.
A neural-network classifier of flaws for multifrequency Eddy-current tests of heat-exchange pipes
Lunin, V.; Zhdanov, A.; Lazutkin, D.
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