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Since t h e performance l i m i t a t i o n s of U308-aluminum f u e l dispersions a r e of considerable i n t e r e s t t o t h e development of advanced HFIR f u e l elements, we decided t o conduct similar blister-annealing studies on plates f r o m each of the three irra- d i a t e d f u e l elements. A s shown i n Fig. 3 5 , t h e p o s t i r r a h i a t i o n b l i s t e r i n g temperature of t h e o u t e r f u e l p l a t e s was s i g n i f i c a n t l y higher than t h a t of t h e inner plate.

Results of ATR Sample Fuel P l a t e I r r a d i a t i o n Experiment, IDO-16958 (March 19641, pp. 3 M 1 . 51 6* - R-41968 0 i I Fig. 32. Comparison of t h e Extent of Reaction i n Regions of a Fuel P l a t e from Element 5-0 t o t h e Same Burtup a t Different Temperatures or D i f f e r e n t Burnups a t thellSame Temperatye. ( a ) 3 X lo2' fissions/cm3 a t 80°C; ( b ) 3 x lo2' fissions/cm3 a t 1 1 5 P C ; ( c ) 16 x lo2' fissions/cm3 a t 115°C. A s polished. White, aluminum matrix; black, voids; dark gray, u308j l i g h t gray, r e a c t i o n products.

22. Axial Film Thickness P{ofiles on Fuel P l a t e s from HFIR Fuel Element 21-0. Near inner edge p l a t e ( t o p ) , over core hump ( c e n t e r ) , and near o u t e r edge (bottom). ) Fig. 23. Axial Film Thickness P r o f i l e s on Fuel P l a t e s from H F I R Fuel Element 49-1. Near i n n e r edge of p l a t e ( t o p ) , over core hump ( c e n t e r ) , and near o u t e r edge of p l a t e (bottom). t h e r e was no forced c i r c u l a t i o n , t h e decay heat kept t h e f u e l p l a t e s a t temperatures approaching operating values.

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