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Title: Relative holdup of heat exchanges for circulating fuel systems.
Authors: Sodium
Berglin, CLW
Keywords: Heat exchangers
Fuel systems
Issue Date: Jun-1958
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Berglin, C. L. W. (1958). Relative holdup of heat exchangers for circulating fuel systems AAEC/E1). Lucas Heights, N.S.W.: Research Establishment, Australian Atomic Energy Commission.
Abstract: This report sets out the relative holdup for tube type heat exchangers of sodium-uranium suspension and bismuth-uranium solution systems for various sizes of tube and tube wall thickness. It shows that based on a temperature difference of 50ºc the holdup in the heat exchanger for the sodium-uranium suspension is at least 6 times that for the bismuth-uranium solution and as a conservative estimate may be taken as 8 times. A table is included of the leading dimensions of heat exchangers or a heat load of 500 MW with tubes of 3/4" and 1" outside diameter respectively.
Gov't Doc #: 808
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