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This procedure involves some assumptions and approximations which are not explained in detail here. B. Neutron Flux Measurements, Comparison of Experimental and Theoretical Results2 One part of the FDR zero power experiments consisted of measuring the neutron flux distribution in three dimensions. For this task aluminum tubes were inserted in the experimental quarter of the core parallel to the fuel rods (Fig. 12); inside these tubes semiconductor detectors with 6 Li converter foils could be moved up and down.
M. This result does, in some cases, allow H(iœ) to pass into the third quadrant; for specific examples see Smets (77). However, a necessary hypothesis for the inequality (16) to hold is K(u)du<ß, (17) Jo and therefore the applicability of Theorem 5 is restricted to fairly small feedback kernels. Conditions (13) and (14) are needed only to insure that the solution is bounded on 0 < t < oo and may be replaced by any other hypothesis accomplishing the same object. If the delayed neutrons are entirely neglected Eqs.
Gold foils (33) in order to have a preliminary power scale. Thanks to the extensive zero power testing in the ANEX which also included calibration of all control rod groups over their full range (21) and the measurement of the isothermal temperature coefficient up to 85 °C, the FDR was brought to full power within a few weeks from delivery of the fuel elements on board (36, 37). The measurements of the neutron flux in different energy ranges and of the y dose rate throughout the simulated part of the shielding proved to be in fair agreement with the original layout calculations and in good agreement with later calculations (22).