Soviet Atomic Energy

, Volume 21, Issue 2, pp 749–753 | Cite as

Nucleonic digital servomechanism

  • Pavel Kovanic
  • Jaroslav Ryhl


This article describes a digital device designed to measure the relative departure of the pulse count rate from set point. This device can be used in the design of digital servomechanisms intended for work with pulsed detectors, as, for example, in the measurement and automatic control of reactor power output and reactor period.


Power Output Relative Departure Count Rate Automatic Control Reactor Power 
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© Consultants Bureau 1967

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  • Pavel Kovanic
  • Jaroslav Ryhl

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