seed core

seed core

[′sēd ‚kȯr]
(nucleonics)
A reactor core that includes a relatively small volume of highly enriched uranium, surrounded by a much larger volume of natural uranium or thorium in a blanket; as a result of fission in the seed uranium, neutrons are supplied to the blanket, which is made to furnish a substantial fraction of the core power. Also known as spiked core.
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To achieve this, they recruit a team of anonymous digital influencers and fake account operators to seed core campaign messages in online spaces and create 'illusions of engagement' to inspire enthusiasm from real supporters,' the report reads.
In Sindh excel- lent pear shape guava with smaller seed core is grown in Larkana Dadu Shikarpur and Hyderabad.
Fruit length and diameter at maturity (mm), fruit firmness, fruit weight, pulp weight, seed core weight and pulp to core ratio were studied in randomly selected fruits (20 per plant) from each plant of different genotypes and their crosses.
My job is to deliver short-term profitability and lay the seed core for the long term.
125]Iodine seed, this proprietary method buries pure isotopes of non-radioactive Xenon-124 gas beneath the surface of the seed core matrix material.
The toughest part is now, because we need seed core funding for what we want to do, " said Mr Jones.