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34 In May 1940, Harvard chemistry professor George Kistiakowsky introduced the idea of gaseous diffusion to Bush at a conference at the Carnegie Institution. S. Bureau of Mines. 35 As this work progressed, researchers in Britain grew more optimistic about the prospect of an atomic weapon. Tuve's group at the Carnegie 22 Critical Assembly Institution had just sent their measurements of the fission cross section of natural uranium at various energies to Britain. The behavior of 235 U and 238 U deduced from these measurements exactly matched the predictions made by Bohr and Wheeler's theory of fission.
Even with 4-m rotors, 10,000 machines would be needed to barely reach that level. Larger rotors were harder to accelerate through certain vibration frequencies that would destroy the machines. Beams attained inconclusive results in experimental runs at the University of Virginia, and Westinghouse had trouble solving the design and construction problems of an industrial-size centrifuge. When problems with this method continued, Conant advised Bush in October 1942 that the centrifuge process was the weakest of those being investigated, and such research was subsequently abandoned.
Fermi's team also had to decide on the The Early Materials Program 33 exact placement of control rods. 24 After setting down the eleventh layer of graphite blocks, the group began measuring neutron activity with a boron trifluoride counter and indium foils. On the basis of these results, Fermi plotted out the approach to criticality and determined that the pile would go critical with the fifty-sixth layer. To add a margin of control, the team added a fifty-seventh layer of blocks. On 2 December 1942, following the careful routine Fermi devised, over a period of four hours the team extracted the last cadmium rod bit by bit, in increments of six inches to a foot, with Fermi checking the measurements to make sure they matched his predictions.
Me-262 A -1 Pilots Handbook