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Max tube temp. Max core heat flux Avg core heat flux Avg moderator temp. Max moderator temp. Unit 300 Mwe Graphite ft ft in. in. in. d. d. None 1296 1 11 B4C in. d. d. 87 103 2452 1230 53,700 25,700 1052 1412 50 L. S. MIMS AND D. J . 33 Continuous reload 25,000 Rupture of a coolant header in reactor core Pressure suppression 12-24 in. d. d. pool 20 Carbon steel culating helium at subatmospheric pressure. Moderator off-gases and fission products which diffuse from the fuel are continuously removed from the helium by a closed purification system.
B. Moisture Removal Continuous removal of the moisture by passing the steam through moisture separators is another method by which the efficiency of the turbine can be maintained. Turbine manufacturers have been testing a number of moisture separating devices that will maintain a satisfactorily low level of moisture in the steam. The internal moisture separators being tested take advantage of the centrifugal forces in the rotating turbine blades to separate the moisture from the steam. The blades have milled grooves on the leading edges running the length of the blades.
STOKER header system, mentioned above, enables flow to the leaking tube to be shut off and the tube to be plugged. Steam or water which leaks into the core is vented to a vapor suppression system to prevent pressure build-up in the core containment tank. Approximately 6% (74) extra fuel channels are provided so that the loss of a fuel channel because of a tube leak does not reduce the design rating of the reactor. Spares are based on an extrapolation of failure rates experienced by conventional boilers.