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Title: Feasibility study of the automatic controls for a pebble bed reactor power station.
Authors: Gilbert, CP
Ackland, LB
Keywords: Pebble bed reactors
Feasibility studies
Control systems
Nuclear power plants
Digital computers
Australia
Nuclear power
Issue Date: Nov-1970
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Gilbert, C. P., & Ackland, L. B. (1970). Feasibility study of the automatic controls for a pebble bed reactor power station (AAEC/E203). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission, Research Establishment.
Abstract: A conceptual automatic control system proposed for a Pebble Bed Reactor power station is examined to establish its feasibility over a wide range of operating conditions. Frequency response methods, making use of a digital computer, are used to design the various control loops, and the resulting system is examined on an analogue computer. It is shown that the system could be made to work under all conditions, but that much improved operation would result if certain modifications were introduced.
Gov't Doc #: 443
URI: http://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/391
ISBN: 0642993920
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