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Title: bwr recirc pumps
Post by: wlrun3@aol.com on Nov 28, 2006, 12:45
   my understanding is that oyster creek and nine mile one are the only boiling water reactors with more than two reactor coolant system recirculation pumps...am i right?...how many?
   
Title: Re: bwr recirc pumps
Post by: Fermi2 on Nov 28, 2006, 06:40
You are correct, both are BWR-2 with a Mark 1 Containment. They both have 5 loops with no jet pumps. I'm not sure as to whether they use variable speed control on their Recirc Pumps.

Mike
Title: Re: bwr recirc pumps
Post by: Rufus on Nov 29, 2006, 04:38
You are correct, both are BWR-2 with a Mark 1 Containment. They both have 5 loops with no jet pumps. I'm not sure as to whether they use variable speed control on their Recirc Pumps.

Mike

Individual and a master. Controlling 5 mg sets.
Title: Re: bwr
Post by: wlrun3@aol.com on Nov 29, 2006, 10:53
   do riverbend, grandgulf, clinton, perry all have inclined fuel transfer canals...are there others
Title: Re: bwr recirc pumps
Post by: retired nuke on Nov 29, 2006, 11:21
the canal at GGNS is not inclined - pool inside and out are the same elevation.