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Nuclear Reactor Pulse

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Uploaded on May 15, 2009

The Engineers at the Nuclear Engineering Teaching Lab (NETL) at UT Austin demonstrate a reactor pulse.

All the Control Rods are removed simultaneously allowing the nuclear reaction to proceed un-dampened, bringing the energy output of the reactor to 680 Megawatts in 50 milliseconds.

Video produced by Juan Diaz at the Faculty Innovation Center

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