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Nuclear Reactor Control and Instrumentation

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This series of monographs on nuclear engineering subjects is intended for university and technical college students, research assistants and qualified technicians who require a broad understanding of those topics of nuclear engineering.

Before the end of the next decade, it is planned that more than one-sixth of Great Britain's electricity will be supplied from stations powered by nuclear reactors. The type of station, employing the gas-cooled graphite-moderated thermal reactor.

The author explains the processes occurring in such power plants; the way in which the processes interact to determine the characteristic response to the principal controls; the factors entering into the design of the controls, and the instruments which are provided to enable the plant's behaviour to be measured and co-coordinated.


The dust jacket is worn, but overall the book is still in fair condition.

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Author(s):
Bowen J and Masters E
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
First published 1959
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
77
Publisher:
Temple Press
Title:
Nuclear Reactor Control and Instrumentation

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This series of monographs on nuclear engineering subjects is intended for university and technical college students, research assistants and qualified technicians who require a broad understanding of those topics of nuclear engineering.

Before the end of the next decade, it is planned that more than one-sixth of Great Britain's electricity will be supplied from stations powered by nuclear reactors. The type of station, employing the gas-cooled graphite-moderated thermal reactor.

The author explains the processes occurring in such power plants; the way in which the processes interact to determine the characteristic response to the principal controls; the factors entering into the design of the controls, and the instruments which are provided to enable the plant's behaviour to be measured and co-coordinated.


The dust jacket is worn, but overall the book is still in fair condition.

Author(s):
Bowen J and Masters E
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
First published 1959
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
77
Publisher:
Temple Press
Title:
Nuclear Reactor Control and Instrumentation

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