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The validation of this assumption requires a data base including fatigue life as a function of stress amplitude for both constant amplitude load cycles and sequential series of cycles with different amplitudes. 2. Meeting Requirement 6 involves evaluation of the effects of corrosion from trace impurities of water and other oxidants in the coolant on the elements ability to satisfy its design functions. Neutron moderation as well as bypass gap and coolant hole flows are effected by removal of carbon mass from the elements.

3 . 3 of the corresponding DDN (DDN's through M . 1 0 . 1 8 . 01 Appendix A. O1 which are included in Table 4 . 1 at the end of Section 4 . 1 . 4 between the DDNs and the subsections of 4 . 1 . 4 . shows the correspondence For completeness, the functions and assumptions are also included in Table 4 . 1 ) All experimental work necessary for satisfying the technology development requirements must comply with the Quality Assurance criteria of 10CFR50 Appendix B. The service conditions for the core components are listed below.

2, Conduct Heat Through Reflector This function is one of the goal 3 functions which collectively maintain control of radionuclide release during unscheduled events. This function aids in the energy transfer from the core, through the reflectors, and out to the vessel wall. 1 . 1 . 1 . l , Conduct Heat from Core to Vessel Wall. Function No. 2, Maintain Integrity of Reflector Control Element This function is a goal 3 function which assists in maintaining geometrtic alignment for both nuclear control and coolant flow passage and provides neutron shielding for the permanent reflectors.

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