Introductory literature

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Textbooks:

  1. S. Glasstone and A. Sesonsky, Nuclear reactor engineering, Chapman & Hall (1994).
  2. J.R. Lamarsh and A.J. Barrata, Introduction to nuclear engineering, Pearson Education (2018).
  3. J.P. Holman, Heat transfer, MacGraw-Hill, New York (2010).
  4. J.E. Martin, Physics for radiation protection, Wiley-VCH, Ann Arbor (2011).

Journal papers:

HTR

  1. F. Daniels, Suggestions for a High-Temperature Pebble Pile. MUC-FD-8; N-1668b, Chicago University Metallurgical Laboratory, Chicago Illinois (1944)
  2. M.T. Simnad, The early history of hig-temerature gas-cooled nuclear power reactors, Energy 16, 25 (1991)
  3. A.J. Goodjohn, Summary of Gas-Cooled reactor programs, Energy 16, 79 (1991)
  4. S. Shiozawa, S. Fujikawa, K. Kunitomi, and Y. Tachibana, Overview of HTTR design features, Nuclear Engineering and Design 233, 11 (2004)
  5. G. Longoni, R.O. Gates, B.K. Mcdowell, High temperature gas reactors: assessment of applicable codes and standards, PNNL-20869 Rev. 1, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (2015)

DFR

  1. A. Huke et al. Annals of Nuclear Energy 80, 225 (2015)
  2. A. Huke et al. Dual-fluid reactor, in: Molten Salt Reactors and Thorium Energy, Thomas J. Dolan (ed.) (Elsevier 2017) pp. 619-633; https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-101126-3.00025-7
  3. D. Weissbach et al., Energy 52, 210 (2013)
  4. C. Lange, D. Hennig, A. Hurtado, Progress in Nuclear Energy 53, 139 (2011)