Behavior of a boiling metal thermosiphon loop
G. Jansen (Jr.), Hanford Atomic Products Operation. Chemical Research and Development Operation, Hanford Works, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, United States. Energy Research and Development Administration, United States. National Bureau of Standards. Fracture and Deformation Division, United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Fusion Energy, United States. National Bureau of Standards
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1959 - Liquid alloys - 38 pages
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14 Boiling Depth 16 Boiling 20 per cent apparatus Bismuth Amalgams Boiling Depth Versus Boiling Point Elevations bubbles formed Calculated Boiling Point cent mercury Condenser Depth Versus Power downcomer inlet energy balance equation Figure 11 Flow in Thermosiphon fluid Foot of Tube freezing points Fuel and Coolant Globe Valve heat losses heat of fusion heat transfer coefficient Heated Column Induction Heating Input to Column KW per Foot Laboratory lead-bismuth eutectic liquid depth Loop Versus Power mass flow rate metal in boiling METAL THERMOSIPHON LOOP Motor Generator Power Motor-Generator Nichrome Number of Copies Pb-Bi Eutectic-Mercury phase region Point Elevations Due POINTS OF LEAD-BISMUTH Points of Pb-Bi Power Input Parameter power level Power Output Gauge Quartz Boiling Tube Rate Around Thermosiphon Resistance to Flow sensible heat shown in Figure static head TAIR Temperature Profiles temperature rise Thermocouples thermosiphon action thermosiphon downcomer Thermosiphon Loop Versus two-phase region vapor fraction Versus Power Input