The reactor has four horizontal beam tubes which supply the neutrons to instruments used by the Center for Neutron Scattering.
Each of the beam tubes that supply these instruments is described below.
Without liquid helium, another and more expensive means of evacuating the beam tube would have to be developed.
The klystron, tube waveguide, is a beam tube including at least two apertured cavity resonators.
Then Blade wound all three around the beam tube and jerked them sharply upward.
The beam tubes were fired up, and the smell of ozone began to make itself prominent.
The beam tubes would occupy the entire ship, leaving no place for cargo.
Jim's sister brought in the food a little later and found them tinkering with the big beam tube.
The first neutron-scattering instruments were installed in beam tubes at multi-purpose research reactors.
For example, circular particle accelerators accelerate particles by applying periodic kicks, as they circulate in the beam tube.