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G. J. Thaler and R. G. Brown, "Servomechanism Analysis," p. 242. McGrawHill, New York, 1954. 20. M. F. Gardner and J. L. Barnes, "Transients in Linear Systems," p. 153. Wiley, New York, 1945. 21. L. A. MacColl, "Fundamental Theory of Servomechanisms," p. 18. Van Nostrand, Princeton, New Jersey, 1947. 22. L. A. MacColl, "Fundamental Theory of Servomechanisms," p. 21. Van Nostrand, Princeton, New Jersey, 1947. 23. H. M. James, "Theory of Servomechanisms," p. 67, MIT Radiation Laboratory Series, Vol.

MICHAEL ZIZZA, AND PAUL DE RIENZO (Fig. 10). Sufficient clearances are provided between the tube bundle and the shell wall to allow for any differential expansion that might be expected. Steam drum FIG. 10. Horizontal, U-shaped shell, multiple drum steam generator. 1. SYSTEMS INVOLVING WATER AS PRIMARY FLUID Most of the power reactors that have been designed and built in this country have used water in some form as the primary coolant. S. Navy; the Dresden (6), Yankee, Indian Point, and Elk River (7) Power Reactors; the power plant for the N.

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