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High pressure COIL problem
Author(s): Anatoliy A. Adamenkov; Boris A. Vyskubenko; Natalia N. Gerasimenko; V. A. Eroshenko; Yuri N. Deryugin; D. A. Zelensky; Sergei P. Ilyin; I. M. Krukowski; Evgeniy A. Kudryashov
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Paper Abstract

The losses in various COIL elements with pressure growth are analyzed. The singlet oxygen generator (SOG) and the iodine mixing area, expected to cause the man losses in the working gas mixture, are discussed. High pressure SOG requirements are formulated and a new SOG scheme trying to use the advantages of aerosol and jet types of reactor is presented. Results of first experiments on the new reactor model are given. According to the first results, Cl2 utilization is high and singlet oxygen concentration in the reactor output is acceptable enough. Requirements for a mixing system to minimize the relaxation losses are specified. Applicability of the GDL mixing systems to COIL is analyzed.

Paper Details

Date Published: 13 February 1996
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 2767, Fourth International Workshop on Iodine Lasers and Applications, (13 February 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.232187
Show Author Affiliations
Anatoliy A. Adamenkov, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
Boris A. Vyskubenko, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
Natalia N. Gerasimenko, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
V. A. Eroshenko, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
Yuri N. Deryugin, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
D. A. Zelensky, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
Sergei P. Ilyin, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
I. M. Krukowski, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)
Evgeniy A. Kudryashov, Russian Federal Nuclear Ctr. (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2767:
Fourth International Workshop on Iodine Lasers and Applications
Karel Rohlena; Jarmila Kodymova; Bozena Kralikova, Editor(s)

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