The Boundaries of Stability of the Dynamics Nuclear Reactor Model
One of the safety conditions for a reactor is the ability to maintain a stable steady state at a given level power. The presence of a set of feedbacks, which may include connections with a positive sign can destabilize a reactor. In that regard, the problem arises stability of the reactor in relation to random fluctuations of parameters. This work provides an assessment of the stability of the model of the dynamics of a nuclear reactor, including feedbacks on the temperatures of the fuel, coolant, and moderator.