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Waller 3rd period

TermDefinition
Steam Generator Uses the heat of nuclear reaction to super heat water into the steam to drive the turbine generators .
Waste Defective products and unnecessary steps in the production process
Containment structure Safely houses the uranium and related equipment and steam generator
Air craft controls Consists of cockpit controls, connections and related wing surface panels required to control the direction of the plane in flight
Nuclear reactor Located in the containment structure; controls the process of splitting the atom
Air craft population Engine systems designed to allow the aircraft to overcome the force of gravity, lifting the aircraft off the ground and moving it through the air. The most common forms are piston driven engines and turbine engines.
Value Considered to be only those items or services a customer is willing to buy.
Air craft Hydraulics Use of pressurized fluid to control various systems on an aircraft like landing gear, brakes, doors, and flight controls.
Closed loop system Provides a way to monitor the output of a system, compare it to the input and then make adjustments to control the desired output.
Turbine Creates electricity for consumption by the human population.
Created by: Infanteleonardo