in-pile

in-pile

[′in ‚pīl]
(nucleonics)
Referring to experiments or equipment inside a reactor.
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Part of the neutron guide is already installed and includes the extraction part of the neutron guide and a curved guide section that starts in-pile at 1.
The 42 papers in this proceedings cover basic metallurgy, fabrication and mechanical properties, hydriding--hydrogen effect, corrosion--oxide layer characterization, in-pile behavior, creep and deformation, and failure mechanisms and transients.
It's no fun having to clear stacks of papers before you can have a meal, or be confronted by the ever-growing in-pile in the corner of your living room as you watch TV.
Rempe is a nuclear engineer with nearly 30 years of experience in reactor safety and high temperature testing, and is a directorate fellow and group leader at the Idaho National Laboratory, where she leads in-pile instrumentation development efforts for the lab's advanced test reactor national scientific user facility.
Topics covered across the book include in-pile testing, modelling techniques and the tribocorrosion behaviour of stainless steel under reactor conditions.