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Nuclear energy plant optimization (NEPO) final scientific/technical report Argonne National Laboratory, a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science laboratory, is operated by The University of Chicago under contract W-31-109-Eng-38. DISCLAIMER This report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by an agency of the United States Government. …

Considerations of torsional effects on the seismic response of nuclear facilities CQNSIDERAT_ONS OY TORSIONAL EFFECT8 ON TH2 flEISM_C RESPONSE OY NUCLEAR FACILITIEB BNL--47185 J. xu" and c.A. MILLER" DE92 010141 *BROOKHAVEN NATION_,L LARORATORY NEW YORK, U.fl.&. **THZ CIT'./ UNIVERSITY OF NEll YORE NEW YORK_ U.8.A , f, , ,_,, ,., .::.3 ...i?,,. ,% ,-:_7L_ DISCLAIMER Thi,,_ rel_rl w…

STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE OF DEGRADED REINFORCED CONCRETE MEMBERS. . ? BNL-NUREG-68193 Structural Performance of Degraded Reinforced Concrete Members J. I. Bravermax?, C. A. Miller , B. R Ellingwood2), D. J. Naus 3, C H. Hofmayer ), P. Bezler ), and T.Y. Chang4) . 1) Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY 2) School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, A…

Rolling process for producing biaxially textured substrates Description FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to processes of making biaxially textured substrates that include rolling steps, and more particularly to such processes wherein shear force is introduced into the process in order to avoid the need for annealing steps to produce a sharp biaxial texture, and othe…

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: UT, Battelle LLC
: Metal, Annealing, Alloy...

Elastic anisotropy in hot-pressed Si{sub 3}N{sub 4} composites: Role of in situ {beta}-Si{sub 3}N{sub 4} grains and added {beta}-Si{sub 3}N{sub 4} whiskers ++++_++ AIIM ___ "_+r_ _ ASsocilllion lot ,lalOtmalioll alsd ,ISSlaO. ma.agl}m ., _ +_"_+_ + _ +, ++ +++_o_ + - . %_ +o,]+_++0+ _++ -+-+++++++m '____ .%'_ --'_., L/,__ c7 g ELASTIC ANISOTROPY IN HOT-PRESSED Si3N4 COMPOSITES: ROLE …

PREDICTION OF NUPECS MULTI-AXIS LOADING TESTS OF CONCRETE SHEAR WALLS. , BNL-NTJREG-68194 Prediction of NUPEC s Multi-Axis Loading Tests of Concrete Shear Walls C. Miller , C. Hofmayer ), Y. Wang , N. Chokshi2), A. Murphg), Y. Kitada3) 1) Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY 2) U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington D.C. 3) Nuclear Power Engineering Corporation, Tokyo, J…

Use of complementary neutron techniques in studying the effect of a solid/liquid interface on bulk solution structures P. D. Butler; Oak Ridge National Laboratory-P.O. Box 2008-Oak Ridge, TN 3783 18393. l e - a. %& j Use of Complementary Neutron Techniques in Studying the Effect of a SolidLiquid Interface on Bulk Solution Structures. Paul D. Butler, William A. Hamilton, Linda J. Magid Jo…

Elastic relaxations associated with the Pm3m-R3c transition in LaA103 III: superattenuation of acoustic resonances LA-UR-09- 0\-=\<\' Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. Title: I Elastic Relaxations Associated with the Pm3m-R3c transition in LaAI03 III: Superattenuation of Acoustic Resonances Author(s): I T.W. Darling, M.A. Carpenter, A. Buckley, P.A. Taylor, R.E. …

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The Effective Lifetime of ACSR Full Tension Splice Connector Operated at Higher Temperature 1 The Effective Lifetime of ACSR Full Tension Splice Connector Operated at Higher Temperature John Jy-An Wang, Edgar Lara-Curzio, Thomas King, Joseph Graziano, John K. Chan, and Tip Goodwin Abstract - This paper is to address the issues related to integrity of ACSR full tension spl…

: model, Thermal, system...

Ultra-high accuracy optical testing: creating diffraction-limitedshort-wavelength optical systems 1 / 10 Ultra-high accuracy optical testing: creating diffraction-limited short-wavelength optical systems Kenneth A. Goldberg1, Patrick P. Naulleau1, Senajith B. Rekawa1, Paul E. Denham1, J. Alexander Liddle1, Eric M. Gullikson1, Keith H. Jackson1, Erik H. Anderson1, John S. Taylor2, Gary E. …

: Assembly, Design, Laser...
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