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In eigenvalue problems, in contrast to problems with a fixed source, the perturbation introduced into the system affects the distribution of the fission points of the source. The method of “small iterations on fissions” was developed to take account of this influence. This method is used...
This article is devoted to the inclusion of ion exchange resins in portland, portland blast-furnace, and alumina cements. The degree to which the solidified products are filled with respect to dry resin reaches 7–10, 12, and 18.9–19.7%, respectively, with adequate strength being maintained...
A method of estimating the strength of a stationary source of radioactive substances entering a river is proposed. The method is based on statistically reliable measurements of the concentration of radionuclides in bottom deposits. The stationary model of the transport of a radioactive impurity...
A technology is proposed for reprocessing radioactive thermal-insulation materials and construction debris, produced at nuclear power plants and radiochemical facilities, by melting the wastes in a induction furnace with a cold crucible. The results show that the final volume of the...
The special features of the concept of a hybrid power-generating plant, which combines the fusion and fission processes in a cylindrical target initiated by a high-power heavy-ion accelerator, are analyzed. The main advantages of the proposed setup are: burning of unenriched 238 U in the reactor...
A new approach is proposed and investigated for reconstructing the neutron spectra of reactors from activation measurements: the parameterization of the neutron spectrum is changed and the spectrum is represented in the form of a B spline. A Monte Carlo method is proposed for taking account of...
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