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ORNL-DWO93-15817 420 415 ..................... 410 400 ....... _5 ,_ ,,, '''_............... _ TE-09 Fig. 24. Individual thermocouple readings in the HFIR-MFE-400J-1 capsule during HFIR Cycle 319. (TIME 0 = 0000 hours on June 18, 1993). 46 ORNL-DWG93-158t8 200 " .... 180 _ll 160 .... ISO i ,,, 170 140 _ ....... ,_ TE-24 Fig. 25. Individual thermocouple readings in the HFIR-MFE-400J-1capsule during HFIRCycle 3t9. (TIME0 ,, 0000 hours on June 18, 1993).
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Thermal operating information for the 200 and 400°C capsules is presented in the following paragraphs. Vertical and horizontal sections through the 200°C capsule, designated HFIR-MFE-200J-1, are shown in Figs. 1 and 2, respectively. These figures show the general arrangement of test specimens and thermocouple assemblies in the aluminum alloy specimen holder. Thermocouple junction locations are given in Table 2. Typical thermal operating data for the 200J-1 capsule are shown in Figs. 3 through 9 for HFIR Cycle No.