Reactor-noise analysis in the time domain.

by Nicola Pacilio

Publisher: U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information; [available from Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va. in [Washington]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 102 Downloads: 42
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Subjects:

  • Nuclear reactors -- Noise.,
  • Time-domain analysis.

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Includes bibliographies.

SeriesAEC critical review series
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LC ClassificationsTK9202 .P26
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 102 p.
Number of Pages102
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Open LibraryOL21364378M

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Noise Analysis in the Time Domain What pulse shapes have a frequency spectrum corresponding to typical noise sources.

voltage noise The frequency spectrum at the input of the detector system is “white”, i.e. This is the spectrum of a δ impulse: inifinitesimally narrow, but area= 1. The interaction between the integrator output signal and the time delay introduced by the shift register can be described by a voltage-time conversion 28 Reactor noise analysis technique in the time domain factor by: 3.

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• For a time-dependent boundary: one obtains after a first -order Taylor expansion in the time-domain: Noise source in the frequency -domain: Point-like source!, 0 x bzt b zt, 0, 0, 0,, 1, x g g II g III x g II g III xzt xb xb t zxb.

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JORIO Rome, November REFERENCES 1. Thie, Reactor Noise. Rowman & Littlefield, New York (). Pacilio, Reactor-noise analysis in the time domain. USAEC Report TID ().Cited by: 2. book. excellent. treatment. way to solve the neutron noise equation in the time-frequency domain in an SMR reactor. density [14,15] methods are used as reactor noise analysis.

Numerical tools applied to power reactor noise analysis. this work compares time domain analysis and frequency domain analysis of the mechanical vibrations.

This book concentrates on the. Reactor Noise Analysis Recent Research Activities in Japan and full chapters are devoted to the fundamentals of statistics for time-domain analysis and Fourier series and related topics for. Time domain phase noise correction for OFDM signals Abstract: We introduce an algorithm for compensating for carrier phase noise in an OFDM communication system.

Through the creation of a linearized parametric model for phase noise, we generate Cited by: Power reactor noise Book Thie, J A Noise analysis is a growing field that offers advantages such as simplicity, low cost, and natural multivariable interactions.

Reactor Noise Diagnostics 4 O. Glöckler 6. CONCLUSION In the past ten years, noise analysis became a routinely used inspection tool for system diagnostics and response time estimation. High-performance data acquisition systems were developed and station procedures for multi-location synchronized noise measurements were established.

An on-line subcritical reactivity meter based on a novel reactor noise analysis technique in the time domain K.

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This book addresses five main topics of UWB. This book addresses the nature of sound, focusing on the characteristics of sound waves in the context of time structures. This time domain approach provides an informative and intuitively understandable description of various acoustic topics such as sound waves travelling in an acoustic tube or in other media where spectral or modal analysis can be intensively performed.

D.S.G. POLLOCK: Statistical Fourier Analysis 1. Introduction Statistical Fourier analysis is an important part of modern time-series analysis, yet it frequently poses an impediment that prevents a full understanding of temporal stochastic processes and of the manipulations to Missing: Reactor-noise analysis.

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Linear Circuit Analysis: Time Domain, Phasor, and Laplace Transform Approaches (The Oxford Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering)Cited by:   The representation of a control system by a linear differential equation of functions of time and its solution is collectively called time domain analysis of the control system.

Step Function Let us take an independent voltage source or a battery which is connected across a voltmeter via a switch, s. For the same strength of external noise, a large-amplitude vibration can be expected in the double-well system when the excess energy crossing the potential barrier A V1 is given by the external noise.

To confirm the above qualitative argument, we will perform the time-domain analysis of the temporal sequences obtained from the numerical by:   A newly developed special two-detector cross-correlation experiment of zero-power reactor-noise analysis is applied to determining characteristic kinetic-reactor parameters.

This method–called polarity correlation in the frequency domain–is based on the detailed analysis of the stochastic Coherence Function, in contrast to the analysis of Cited by: This book introduces the powerful Finite-Difference Time-Domain method to students and interested researchers and readers.

An effective introduction is accomplished using a step-by-step process that builds competence and confidence in developing complete working codes for the design and analysis of various antennas and microwave by: Journal of NuCLEAR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY, 26(1], pp.

(January ). REVIEW Reactor Noise Analysis Recent Research Activities in Japan Nobuhide SUDA*', Hidetoshi KONN0*2, Ritsuo OGUMA*3, Kuniharu KISHIDA*•, Masaharu KITAMURA*6, Nobuhiro MORISHIMA*" and Yasumasa AND0*7 *' Department of Control Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Science, Osaka UniversityCited by: 6.

Fri, Feb 01 by The noise of the line reactor is mainly caused by the magnetostriction and interslice vibration of the silicon steel sheet.

Moreover, because of the alternating magnetic field attractive force between the iron core sheets, the noise of the reactor is 10dB or more higher than that of the transformer with the same capacity.

The rise time Tr is the time required for the response to rise from 10% to 90%, 5% to 95%, or 0% to % of its final value. For underdamped second order systems, the 0% to % rise time is normally used. For overdamped systems, the 10% to 90% rise time is common.

Peak Time. The peak time Tp is the time required for the response to reach the firstFile Size: 8MB. A vector autoregressive model in discrete time domain (DVAR) is often used to analyze continuous time, multivariate, linear Markov systems through their observed time series data sampled at discret Author: DemeshkoMarina, WashioTakashi, KawaharaYoshinobu, PepyolyshevYuriy.

Pacilio N () Reactor-noise analysis in the time domain. United States Atomic Energy Commission, Washington Google Scholar Pál L () On the theory of stochastic processes in nuclear reactors. In time domain analysis, the time response of a linear dynamic system to an input is denoted as time’s function c(t).

We can calculate the time response if the input and model of system is known. The time response of linear system is the addition of transient response which depend on preliminary conditions and the steady-state response which File Size: KB.

This particular book focuses on frequency domain approaches (versus time domain approaches) and is intended to be both comprehensive and foundational. The book is well written with many diagrams, includes ample pictures and diagrams, and provides a decent Cited by:.

Basic guidelines for nuclear power reactor monitoring using neutron noise analysis Kenneth Eugene Howard time varying fluctuations are termed reactor noise.

Noise analysis is the statistical analysis of the noise to: a) extract information about of the data in the time domain Author: Kenneth Eugene Howard.The book culminates in a discussion of a variety of actual noise experiments. These include both time and frequency domain measurements on subcritical and zero­ power assemblies, as well as analyses of neutron flux and other plant variables in power reactors.

The diversity of.If the output of control system for an input varies with respect to time, then it is called the time response of the control system. The time response consists of two parts. The response of control system in time domain is shown in the following figure. Here, both the transient and the steady states.