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Research Article

On Some Fundamental Peculiarities of the Traveling Wave Reactor

Figure 15

Heat transfer equation (64) solution for 3D case (crystal sizes 0.001 × 0.001 × 0.001 mm, initial and boundary temperatures equal to 100 K). (a) The source is proportional to the 4th order of temperature; const = 1.00 J/(cm3·s·K4); heat capacity and heat conductivity are constant and equal to 11.5 J/(K·mol) and 27.5 W/(m·K), respectively; (b) the source is proportional to the 4th order of temperature; const = 1.00 J/(cm3·s·K4); (c) the source is proportional to the 2nd order of temperature; const = 1.00 J/(cm3·s·K2); (d) the source is proportional to the 2nd order of temperature; const = 0.10 J/(cm3·s·K2). Note: in the cases (b)–(d) the heat capacity and heat conductivity were determined by (80) and (81), respectively.

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