dry criticality

dry criticality
сухая критичность

[lang name="English"]delayed criticality — запаздывающая критичность

[lang name="English"]criticality conditions — условия критичности (ЯР)

[lang name="English"]super-prompt criticality — сверхмгновенная критичность

[lang name="English"]first criticality — физический пуск; первая критичность

[lang name="English"]criticality excursion — внезапное превышение критичности


English-Russian dictionary on nuclear energy. 2015.

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