out-of-reactor experiment

out-of-reactor experiment
внереакторный эксперимент; эксперимент вне ЯР

[lang name="English"]beam experiment — эксперимент с пучком

[lang name="English"]loop experiment — петлевой эксперимент

[lang name="English"]rig experiment — стендовый эксперимент

[lang name="English"]stand experiment — стендовый эксперимент

[lang name="English"]mental experiment — мысленный эксперимент


English-Russian dictionary on nuclear energy. 2015.

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