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DOE-STD-3007-93
8.0 SUMMARY & CONCLUSIONS
For transportation of the pit for the Imaginary Event in the AL-R8 packaging, a transport index of
zero is appropriate for criticality control. Criticality during transport or handling of this pit is
considered to be incredible.
9.0 REFERENCES
1.
F.E. Adcock, Rocky Flats Container, Model AL-R8, SARP, RFP-8801, April 1988.
H. C. Paxton and N. L. Pruvost, Critical Dimensions of Systems Containing 235U, 239Pu,
2.
and 233U, 1986 Revision, LA-10860-MS, July 1987.
3.
T. P. McLaughlin, Memo HS-6-86-51, March 12, 1986.
4.
WX-3, Standard Operation Procedures for Handling Fissile Items, Most Current Revision.
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