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triga

A chariot similar to a quadriga but drawn by three horses.
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Colak, "Analysis of ITU TRIGA Mark II research reactor using Monte Carlo method," Progress in Nuclear Energy, vol.
Another topic Littauer and Crouwel have discussed is the use of trigas
The company has been the primary developer of modular helium-cooled nuclear power reactor systems, and its TRIGA research reactors have operated around the world for over 40 years.
Neutron radiography was performed in the Cornell 500 kW TRIGA Mark II nuclear reactor facility.
It had been, at the time I saw the TRIGA Mark III reactor in the
That is exactly how American SIP's new line of Triga CMMs are designed and priced.
Insulator and emitter components are currently being tested in the Experimental Breeder Reactor-II at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory in Idaho Falls and the TRIGA reactor at General Atomics in San Diego.
Reece, "Subchannel analysis of fuel temperature and departure of nucleate boiling of TRIGA Mark i," Annals of Nuclear Energy, vol.
Nuclear is not new to Malaysia: the TRIGA PUSPATI research reactor at Malaysian Nuclear Agency, used for nuclear science and education, has been in operation since 1982.
Over the years, the number of medals for individual artists has steadily increased with expansion of design and performance categories; the awarding of the grand prize, the Golden Triga, has remained constant.
Under the Atoms for Peace program in the early 1960s, the United States provided South Vietnam with a 250 kilowatt (kw) pool-type TRIGA Mark-II research reactor.