2 edition of Overview of Heat Exchanger Technology in the Canadian Nuclear Program. found in the catalog.
Overview of Heat Exchanger Technology in the Canadian Nuclear Program.
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.
|Series||Atomic Energy of Canada Limited. AECL -- 7165|
|Contributions||Carlucci, L., Dalrymple, D., Ko, P.|
Hidden behind the (blue) header tank, the primary loop pump pushes the fuel salt at kg/s through the (red) piping down through the (blue) primary loop heat exchanger (PHX). The PHX transfers heat to secondary salt in (green) .
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In the eddy current NDT of heat exchanger tubes, the transmitter and receiver analog signals are sent to and from a remote instrument via cables 10 m. The basic operation of the CANDU design is similar to other nuclear reactors. Fission reactions in the reactor core heat pressurized water in a primary cooling loop.A heat exchanger, also known as a steam generator, transfers the heat to a secondary cooling loop, which powers a steam turbine with an electric generator attached to it (for a typical Rankine thermodynamic cycle).
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Compute the heat transferred from water as it flows through a heat exchanger at a steady rate of 1 m3/s. The decrease in temperature of the water is 5 C, and the mean bulk temperature is 60 C.
Use SI units. Air enters a heat exchanger at a rate of cubic feet per minute at a temperature of 50 F and pressure of psia. Liquid metal and molten salt heat exchangers were developed in the s for the aircraft nuclear propulsion program and performed quite well.
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