disaster shutdown

disaster shutdown
(полный) аварийный (быстрый) останов (реактора); (полная) аварийная (быстрая) остановка (реактора); аварийное выключение

[lang name="English"]unplanned shutdown — неплановый останов; вынужденный останов

[lang name="English"]secondary shutdown element — дополнительный элемент останова

[lang name="English"]refueling shutdown — останов для перегрузки ядерного топлива

[lang name="English"]automatic shutdown system — автоматическая система остановки

[lang name="English"]shutdown work — работа при остановленном ядерном реакторе


English-Russian dictionary on nuclear energy. 2015.

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