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Proceedings of the International Symposium on the use and development of low and medium flux research reactors

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Cambridge (USA), October 16-19, 1983
Nuclear energy and safety

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USE AND DEVELOPMENT OF
LOW AND MEDIUM FLUX
RESEARCH REACTORS
Proceedings
of an International Symposium
Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Supplement to Vol.44 (1984) of
ATOMKERN­
ENERGIE
Karl Thiemig AG Postfach 900749 D-8000 München 90 USE AND DEVELOPMENT OF
LOW AND MEDIUM FLUX
RESEARCH REACTORS USE AND DEVELOPMENT OF LOW AND
MEDIUM FLUX RESEARCH REACTORS
Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Use
and Development of Low and Medium Flux Research Reactors,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
October 16-19,1983
Editors
OTTO K. HARLING
LINCOLN CLARK, JR.
Nuclear Reactor Laboratory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
PETER VON DER HARDT
Commission of the European Communities
Joint Research Center, Petten Establishment
Petten (N.H.), The Netherlands
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Karl Thiemig, Graphische Kunstanstalt und Buchdruckerei AG, München
for the Commission of the European Communities Supplement to
Atomkernenergie · Kerntechnik Vol. 44 (1984)
ISBN 3-521-06151-5
Publication arrangements by
Commission of the European Communities
Directorate-General Information Market and Innovation, Luxembourg
Lay-out: Reproduction service J. R. C. Petten
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Copyright © 1984, ECSC, EEC, EAEC, Brussels and Luxembourg
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Karl Thiemig, Graphische Kunstanstalt und Buchdruckerei AG, München Preface
There are a considerable number of operating small and medium sized research reactors
in the world. Of the total of about 285 worldwide, 102 are located in the USA, 23 in other
parts of the Americas, 85 in Western Europe, 34 in Eastern Europe, and 41 in Asia, Africa
and Oceania.
The extent to which these neutron sources are utilized is remarkable. They are employed
in many areas of research in the sciences and the technologies. Important uses also
include medical and industrial applications as well as teaching and training. These reactors
are being modified and upgraded to meet the changing needs of their broad user base. This
symposium has brought together reactor users, operators and designers from 21 countries
to discuss the uses and development of these neutron sources. More than 140 papers have
been presented and included in these proceedings.
To mark the 25th anniversary of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research
Reactor, we were pleased to organize and host this symposium. The many important
contributions made possible by the development and use of research reactors has more
than justified the resources expended. Many future benefits can be expected from the use
of these reactors.
Otto K. Harling VI
SYMPOSIUM ORGANIZATION
Sponsors
American Nuclear Society n Physical y
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
National Science Foundation
Nuclear Reactor Laboratory, MIT
US Department of Energy
International Advisory Committee
M. Benedict, MIT
I.M. Frank, Dubna
W. Gläser, Garching
K. Henry, Harwell
H. Rauch, Vienna
T. Riste, Kjeller
CG. Shull, MIT
H.H. Young, USDOE
Technical Program Committee
J. Barton, N­Ray Engineering
G. Brownell, MIT and MGH
R.M. Β rugger, Chm. University of Missouri
D. Cribier, CEN Saclay
H. Dachs, Hahn­Meitner Institute
G. Firnau, McMaster University
G. Gordon, University of Maryland
P. von der Hardt, JRC Petten
J. King, University of Michigan
F.F. Knapp, ORNL
D.D. Lanning, MIT
J. Maddox, USDOE
H. Stiller, Jülich
K. Wasserroth, Hahn­Meitner Institute
W. Whittemore, General Atomics
W.F. Witzig, Pennsylvania State University
R. Zeisler, US Department of Commerce
Organizing Committee, M.I.T.
J. Bernard
H. Bondar
R. Byers
R. Chamberlain
L. Clark, Jr., Co­chairman
D. Eichel
W. Fecych
G. Fitzgerald
O.K. Harling, General Chairman
M. Janghorbani
G. Kohse