This volume covers a wider view of the aspects of control of nuclear power stations by taking into consideration the plant as a whole and the protection systems employed therein. Authors with world-wide experience consider all the aspects of dynamics and control in the context of both fast and thermal power stations. The topics discussed include both the methods of development and applications within - analysis of plant behaviour, validation of mathematical models, plant testing, design and implementation of controls.aquot;Improved HEXKIN Usera#39;s Manualaquot;, Technical Report KM-033-RT-K009, KAERI ( 1989). ... Decay Const 1-135 Decay Const Xe-135 Decay Const Effective Decay Const of Xe-135 Inlet Core Flow Rate Mass of Fuel Mass of Cladding HTC btwn.
|Title||:||Dynamics and Control in Nuclear Power Stations|
|Author||:||British Nuclear Energy Society|
|Publisher||:||Thomas Telford - 1992|