Video/animation icon  High Temperature Irradiation Resistant Thermocouple (HTIR-TC)

 
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Description: This video presents a new development made by INL, which offers a breakthrough in measuring high temperature processes and called High Temperature Irradiation Resistant Thermocouple (HTIR-TC). HTIR-TC characteristics are: durable and reliable at high temperatures, up to at least 1700°C; resistant to irradiation; moderately priced; available in variety of configurations - adaptable to each application; easily installed. Originally developed for use in nuclear test reactors, HTIR-TC may enhance the safety of operations in future reactors.
Keywords: irradiation • high temperature • design • reactor • manufacturing • monitoring • video
Categories: Applications > Energy > Nuclear energy
Properties > Mechanical & thermal > Thermal
Testing, analysis & experimentation
Other topics > Design
Created by: Idaho National Laboratory
Contributions: Joy Rempe, Idaho National Laboratory
Keith Condie, Idaho National Laboratory
Darrell Knudson, Idaho National Laboratory
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Date created: 11 April 2007
Date added: 23 March 2011
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Resource ID: 3492