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TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES IN ZONES OF CRITICAL MASS RISK
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Category: Number 16
Publication: 16
Summary

The results of studies of the dynamics of temperature gradients on the periphery of dangerous nu-clear clusters located in the southeast quadrant room 305/2 in the areas of penetration of the under-reactor slab. Evaluated the characteristics of the heat source and the boundary layer that separates it from not de-stroyed part of under-reactor slab. Concluded that the amount of fuel in the cluster, estimated at 20 tones, is capable of due to residual heat to maintain the existing thermodynamic equilibrium with the heat-conducting environments.

Keywords: fuel-containing materials,  the residual heat,  the temperature gradient,  thermal conduc-tivity, isothermal surface.

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