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In this paper, the author presents the Gu elph expansion, which is used for binomial expansion of the form (ω+λ1) (ω+λ2) (ω+λ3)... (ω+λn). Such expansion can be extended to a generalized multinomial expansion of the form (x1+x2+x3+... xk)n, which is referred to as the Embedded Pascal's Triangles (EPTs) for polynomial expansion. Such triangles are t...

An expansion is given for polynomials of the form (ω + λ1) · · · (ω + λn). The coefficients of the resulting polynomials are related to their roots, and a system of equations that enables one to numerically determine the roots in terms of the coefficients is specified. The case where all the roots λi are equal is considered as well. A multinomial e...

In this paper, the new Reactivity Trace Curve (RTC) method (Ratemi 1993,1994), which is based on the dynamic period studies (Bernard et al.,1984), has been studied for maneuvering of the nuclear reactor power without power shooting. The reactor is modeled with one group of delayed neutrons with temperature feedback effect, as well as, Xenon feedbac...

In this work, the conventional nth group inhour equation is represented in a polynomial form with a degree of n + 1. A general formula for the coefficients of such polynomial is derived. Those coefficients have linear dependence on the inserted reactivity. The related constants of this linear dependence (the abc-values) are calculated and have univ...

In this paper, a new concept of the Reactivity Trace Curve (RTC) for reactor power control is presented. The concept is demonstrated for a reactor model with one group of delayed neutrons, where the reactivity trace curve is simply a closed form exponential solution of the RTC-differential equation identifier. An extended reactor model of multigrou...

In this paper, a new concept of the Reactivity Trace Curve (RTC) for reactor power control is presented. The concept is demonstrated for a reactor model with one group of delayed neutrons, where the reactivity trace curve is simply a closed form exponential solution of the RTC-differential equation identifier. An extended reactor model of multigrou...

Different approach to solve the eigenvalues problem of the point kinetic equations was developed for the step insertion of large negative reactivity (scram), where the newly proposed concept of the j-ij components of reactivity is introduced and a simple self-correcting calculational method is proposed. The computer code WANDS was developed for the...