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What does TAER stand for?

TAER stands for Transient Analysis of Extraterrestrial Reactors

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A project to develop a code specifically designed to model and analyze space reactor systems is discussed. The code, named CENTAR (Code for Extended Nonlinear Transient Analysis of Extraterrestrial Reactors), is highly vectorizable and machine-independent. Timing tests of the code have been run on VAX, Cray, NEC, Convex and SUN systems. It has been found that CENTAR executes approximately seven times faster in vector mode than scalar mode on a Cray X-MP.
A project to develop a code specifically designed to model and analyze space reactor systems is discussed. The code, named CENTAR (Code for Extended Nonlinear Transient Analysis of Extraterrestrial Reactors), is highly vectorizable and machine-independent. Timing tests of the code have been run on VAX, Cray, NEC, Convex and SUN systems. It has been found that CENTAR executes approximately seven times faster in vector mode than scalar mode on a Cray X-MP.
The Code for Extended Non-linear Transient Analysis of Extraterrestrial Reactors (CENTAR) was used to model an electrically heated TOPAZ-II thermionic space reactor operating at full power following a loss of coolant to its enclosing vacuum chamber. The purpose of the work was to quantity the response time available to Thermionic System Evaluation Test (TSET) operators following an interruption of vacuum chamber cooling and to test the utility of the CENTAR code for modelling a true-to-life application.
A project to develop a code specifically designed to model and analyze space reactor systems is discussed. The code, named CENTAR (Code for Extended Nonlinear Transient Analysis of Extraterrestrial Reactors), is highly vectorizable and machine-independent. Timing tests of the code have been run on VAX, Cray, NEC, Convex and SUN systems. It has been found that CENTAR executes approximately seven times faster in vector mode than scalar mode on a Cray X-MP.
The Code for Extended Nonlinear Transient Analysis of Extraterrestrial Reactor Systems, CENTAR, is a simulation code for space nuclear reactors. This paper describes some of the individual components of this code and then combines them into a model of the TOPAZ system. Problems with the individual components and the system that is modeled are discussed. Unsatisfactory results are related to the lack of TOPAZ data and the beta version of the code utilized for this project.