Calandria

(in a CANDU reactor) a cylindrical reactor vessel which contains the heavy water moderator. It is penetrated from end to end by hundreds of calandria tubes which accommodate the pressure tubes containing the fuel and coolant.

Calandria

(in a CANDU reactor) a cylindrical reactor vessel which contains the heavy water moderator. It is penetrated from end to end by hundreds of calandria tubes which accommodate the pressure tubes containing the fuel and coolant
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Calandria

(in a CANDU reactor) a cylindrical reactor vessel which contains the heavy water moderator. It is penetrated from end to end by calandria tubes which hold the pressure tubes containing fuel and coolant.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20841

calandria

(from the article `nuclear reactor`) ...only by other countries. The result of this policy was CANDU—the line of natural uranium-fueled reactors moderated and cooled by heavy water. A ...
Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/c/5
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