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|Title:||Separation of a binary mixture with a large mass difference between the components in a gas centrifuge|
|Authors:||Abramov, Y. V.|
Tokmantsev, V. I.
|Citation:||Abramov Y. V. Separation of a binary mixture with a large mass difference between the components in a gas centrifuge / Y. V. Abramov, V. I. Tokmantsev // Atomic Energy. — 2013. — Vol. 114. — № 1. — P. 28-32.|
|Abstract:||The separation of a binary gaseous mixture of uranium hexafluoride 238UF6 with different light components in a high-speed centrifuge, intended for separating heavy isotopes, is examined. The mass of the light impurities is varied in the range M 1 = 0.02-0.349 kg/mole. It is shown that as the impurity mass decreases the structure of the flow fields in the centrifuge rotor changes considerably. If in the case of a mixture of heavy isotopes convective transport has a determining effect on the concentration, for a mixture with a large difference of the mass of the components radial barodiffusion in a centrifugal field becomes primary, which results in the appearance of a maximum of the separation factor at M 1 = 0.127 kg/mole. © 2013 Springer Science+Business Media New York.|
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