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Matem. Mod., 2000, Volume 12, Number 2, Pages 35–44 (Mi mm839)  

Subcritical systems with arbitrary released energy

A. A. Egorov, N. G. Zhadaeva

Belarusian State University

Abstract: The linear (one-dimensional) model of a multisection subcritical system with unidirectional neutron flows is considered. Within the frameworks of this model the analytical expressions for the stationary distribution of neutron density along system axis are found. The conditions which provide subcritical functioning of the total system and uniform distribution of neutron density along system axis are determined.

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Citation: A. A. Egorov, N. G. Zhadaeva, “Subcritical systems with arbitrary released energy”, Matem. Mod., 12:2 (2000), 35–44

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