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By Jeffery Lewins, Martin Becker

On account that its initiation in 1962, this sequence has offered authoritative reports of crucial advancements in nuclear technology and engineering, from either theoretical and utilized views. additionally, many unique contributions are integrated.

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P = pR + ipI , the real and the imaginary part must satisfy the relations: (90) Figure 3: The principal solution of the transcendental equation (87) as a function of a τ. Figure 3 shows the principal solution (eigenvalue) r1 of the characteristic equation (87) as a function of the parameter aτ(= ρ0 τ/Λ). When at < exp(–1), the only one real solution with a negative value exists On the contrary, finite values of imaginary part of the root appear when (91) However, as far as (92) 36 H. KONNO the real part of the root takes the negative value, viz.

Radiol. Prot. 14 pp 187-201. W. , 1996, ‘A comparison of the risks of leukaemia and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in the first generation offspring (F1) of the Danish Thorotrast patients with those observed in other studies of parental preconception irradiation’, J. Radiol. , 16 pp 25-36. 18 MALCOLM C. , Preston-Martin S. , 1987, ‘Childhood leukaemia and parents’ occupational and home exposures’, J Nat. Cancer Inst. 79 pp 3946. Massachusetts Department of Public Health, 1990, Investigation of Leukaemia Incidence in 22 Massachusetts Communities, 1978-1986 Massachusetts.

SPACE-INDEPENDENT STOCHASTIC DYNAMICS A. Stochastic Power Oscillation in the NSRR 1. Delayed feedback model Power oscillations have been observed in the Nuclear Safety Research Reactor (NSRR), a TRIGA-type pulsed reactor, at JAERI, Japan. The power oscillation was first recognized in 1983 when the reactor was operated in a stationary power mode at about 300 kW before its recent modification. The feature of power oscillations was firstly reported by Hayashi (1984). , 1994a, 1994b) from experimental and theoretical points of view.

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