Fundamentals Of Nuclear Science And Engineering

Author by : J. Kenneth Shultis
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : Fundamentals of Nuclear Science and Engineering provides an ideal introduction to the subject. The first half of the text reviews the important results of "modern" physics and introduces the fundamentals of nuclear science. The second half introduces the theory of nuclear reactors and its application in electrical power production and propulsion. It also surveys many other applications of nuclear technology encountered in space research, industry, and medicine. Each chapter contains extensive problem sets, and appendices at the end of the text furnish large amounts of practical data that enable students to perform a wealth of calculations. Among the myriad concepts, principles, and applications addressed in this text, Fundamentals of Nuclear Science and Engineering Describes sources of radiation, radiation interactions, and the results of such interactions Summarizes developments in the creation of atomic and nuclear models Develops the kinematics and energetics of nuclear reactions and radioactivity Identifies and assesses biological risks associated with ionizing radiation Presents the theory of nuclear reactors and their dynamic behavior Discusses the design and characteristics of modern nuclear power reactors Summarizes the nuclear fuel cycle and radioactive waste management Describes methods for directly converting nuclear energy into electricity Presents an overview of nuclear propulsion for ships and space crafts Explores the use of nuclear techniques in medical therapy and diagnosis Covers basic concepts in theory of special relativity, wave-particle duality, and quantum mechanics Fundamentals of Nuclear Science and Engineering builds the background students embarking on the study of nuclear engineering and technology need to understand and quantify nuclear phenomena and to move forward into higher-level studies.


Solutions Manual For Fundamentals Of Nuclear Science And Engineering

Author by : Faw Richard
Languange : en
Publisher by : Marcel Dekker
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Fundamentals Of Nuclear Science And Engineering Second Edition

Author by : J. Kenneth Shultis
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : Since the publication of the bestselling first edition, there have been numerous advances in the field of nuclear science. In medicine, accelerator based teletherapy and electron-beam therapy have become standard. New demands in national security have stimulated major advances in nuclear instrumentation.An ideal introduction to the fundamentals of nuclear science and engineering, this book presents the basic nuclear science needed to understand and quantify an extensive range of nuclear phenomena. New to the Second Edition— A chapter on radiation detection by Douglas McGregor Up-to-date coverage of radiation hazards, reactor designs, and medical applications Flexible organization of material that allows for quick reference This edition also takes an in-depth look at particle accelerators, nuclear fusion reactions and devices, and nuclear technology in medical diagnostics and treatment. In addition, the author discusses applications such as the direct conversion of nuclear energy into electricity. The breadth of coverage is unparalleled, ranging from the theory and design characteristics of nuclear reactors to the identification of biological risks associated with ionizing radiation. All topics are supplemented with extensive nuclear data compilations to perform a wealth of calculations. Providing extensive coverage of physics, nuclear science, and nuclear technology of all types, this up-to-date second edition of Fundamentals of Nuclear Science and Engineering is a key reference for any physicists or engineer.


Intelligent Techniques And Soft Computing For Nuclear Science And Engineering

Author by : Da Ruan
Languange : en
Publisher by : World Scientific
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Description : This book is divided into three parts. The first part, ?Mathematical Tools and New Developments?, provides basic tools to treat fuzzy set theory, rough set theory, fuzzy control, fuzzy modelling, decision support systems, and related applications. The second part, ?Intelligent Engineering Applications?, reports on engineering problems such as man-machine interface, risk analysis, image processing, robotics, knowledge-based engineering, expert systems, process control integration, diagnosis, measurements and interpretation by intelligent techniques and soft computing used for general engineering applications. The third part, ?Nuclear Engineering Applications?, concentrates on nuclear applications and covers several topics such as nuclear energy, nuclear safety assessment, radioactive waste management, nuclear measurements, nuclear safeguards, nuclear reactor operation, reactor controller design, fuel reload pattern design, signal validation, nuclear power plants, and optimizations in nuclear applications.


Intelligent Techniques And Soft Computing In Nuclear Science And Engineering

Author by : Da Ruan
Languange : en
Publisher by : World Scientific
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Description : This book is divided into three parts. The first part, “Mathematical Tools and New Developments”, provides basic tools to treat fuzzy set theory, rough set theory, fuzzy control, fuzzy modelling, decision support systems, and related applications. The second part, “Intelligent Engineering Applications”, reports on engineering problems such as man-machine interface, risk analysis, image processing, robotics, knowledge-based engineering, expert systems, process control integration, diagnosis, measurements and interpretation by intelligent techniques and soft computing used for general engineering applications. The third part, “Nuclear Engineering Applications”, concentrates on nuclear applications and covers several topics such as nuclear energy, nuclear safety assessment, radioactive waste management, nuclear measurements, nuclear safeguards, nuclear reactor operation, reactor controller design, fuel reload pattern design, signal validation, nuclear power plants, and optimizations in nuclear applications. Contents:Fuzzy-Neural Systems: A Basis for Soft-Computing (M M Gupta)Images Under Fuzzy Relations: A Master-Key to Fuzzy Applications (M De Cock et al.)New Formulations of Law of Large Numbers and Its Convergence in the Framework of Possibility Theory (M Oussalah)Learning and Applications Based on Rough Set Theory (D Cai)Genetic Optimization with Fuzzy Decoding (Y-C Tang et al.)Application of Expert System and Machine Learning Approach to Intelligent Man–Machine Interface (M Šorf et al.)Satellite Image Restoration Based on Atmospheric MTF Evaluation (D Arbel & N S Kopeika)Knowledge Representation Using Fuzzy Logic Based Characteristics for Safety Related Applications Part I: Basic Investigations (R Hampel et al.)An Evaluation Method on the Integrated Safeguards Based on Fuzzy Theory (H Matsuoka et al.)Optimization of the Number of Fuzzy Rules Towards a Better Temperature Control of Nuclear Reactors (M Si Fodil et al.)Optimization of the Device of Stages Through Genetic Algorithms for Non-Markovian Systems Reliability Evaluation: An Application to Nuclear Safety Systems (M E Costa Nunes)and other papers Readership: Engineers, computer scientists, mathematicians, medical professionals, psychologists and sociologists. Keywords:Mathematical Tools and New Developments;Intelligent Engineering Applications;Nuclear Engineering Applications;Genetic Optimization;Atmospheric MTF Evaluation;Fuzzy Logic;Fuzzy Theory


Nuclear Engineering Education Sourcebook

Author by : John G. Gilligan
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Nuclear Engineering Fundamentals

Author by : Robert E. Masterson
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : NUCLEAR ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS is the most modern, up-to-date, and reader friendly nuclear engineering textbook on the market today. It provides a thoroughly modern alternative to classical nuclear engineering textbooks that have not been updated over the last 20 years. Printed in full color, it conveys a sense of awe and wonder to anyone interested in the field of nuclear energy. It discusses nuclear reactor design, nuclear fuel cycles, reactor thermal-hydraulics, reactor operation, reactor safety, radiation detection and protection, and the interaction of radiation with matter. It presents an in-depth introduction to the science of nuclear power, nuclear energy production, the nuclear chain reaction, nuclear cross sections, radioactivity, and radiation transport. All major types of reactors are introduced and discussed, and the role of internet tools in their analysis and design is explored. Reactor safety and reactor containment systems are explored as well. To convey the evolution of nuclear science and engineering, historical figures and their contributions to evolution of the nuclear power industry are explored. Numerous examples are provided throughout the text, and are brought to life through life-like portraits, photographs, and colorful illustrations. The text follows a well-structured pedagogical approach, and provides a wide range of student learning features not available in other textbooks including useful equations, numerous worked examples, and lists of key web resources. As a bonus, a complete Solutions Manual and .PDF slides of all figures are available to qualified instructors who adopt the text. More than any other fundamentals book in a generation, it is student-friendly, and truly impressive in its design and its scope. It can be used for a one semester, a two semester, or a three semester course in the fundamentals of nuclear power. It can also serve as a great reference book for practicing nuclear scientists and engineers. To date, it has achieved the highest overall satisfaction of any mainstream nuclear engineering textbook available on the market today.


Introduction To Nuclear Engineering

Author by : John R. Lamarsh
Languange : en
Publisher by : Addison Wesley Publishing Company
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Description : Offering the most current and complete introduction to nuclear engineering available, this book contains new information on French, Russian, and Japanese nuclear reactors. All units have been revised to reflect current standards. Includes discussions of new reactor types including the AP600, ABWR, and SBWR as well as an extensive section on non-US design reactors; the nuclear Navy and its impact on the development of nuclear energy; binding energy and such topics as the semi-empirical mass formula and elementary quantum mechanics; and solutions to the diffusion equation and a more general derivation of the point kinetics equation. Topics in reactor safety include a complete discussion of the Chernobyl accident and an updated section on TMI and the use of computer codes in safety analysis. For nuclear engineers.


Advances In Nuclear Science And Technology

Author by : Jeffery Lewins
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : The present review volume not only covers a wide range of topics pertinent to nuclear science and technology, but has attracted a distinguished international authorship, for which the editors are grateful. The opening review by Drs. Janet Tawn and Richard Wakeford addresses the difficult matter of questioning sci- tific hypotheses in a court of law. The United Kingdom experienced a substantial nuclear accident in the 1950s in the form of the Windscale Pile fire. This in itself had both good and bad consequences; the setting up of a licensing authority to ensure nuclear safety was one, the understandable public sentiment concerning nuclear power (despite the fire occurring in a weapons pile) the other. Windscale today is subsumed in the reprocessing plant at Sellafield operated by British Nuclear Fuels plc and it was inevitable perhaps that when an excess cluster of childhood leukaemia was observed in the nearby village of Seascale that public concern should be promoted by the media, leading to the hearing of a claim of compensation brought on behalf of two of the families of BNFLs workers who had suffered that loss. The review article demonstrates the complexity of und- standing such a claim against the statistical fluctuations inherent and shows how the courts were persuaded of the need to propose a biological mechanism if responsibility were to be held. The Company were undoubtedly relieved by the finding.


Nuclear Corrosion Science And Engineering

Author by : Damien Feron
Languange : en
Publisher by : Elsevier
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Description : Corrosion of nuclear materials, i.e. the interaction between these materials and their environments, is a major issue for plant safety as well as for operation and economic competitiveness. Understanding these corrosion mechanisms, the systems and materials they affect, and the methods to accurately measure their incidence is of critical importance to the nuclear industry. Combining assessment techniques and analytical models into this understanding allows operators to predict the service life of corrosion-affected nuclear plant materials, and to apply the most appropriate maintenance and mitigation options to ensure safe long term operation. This book critically reviews the fundamental corrosion mechanisms that affect nuclear power plants and facilities. Initial sections introduce the complex field of nuclear corrosion science, with detailed chapters on the different types of both aqueous and non aqueous corrosion mechanisms and the nuclear materials susceptible to attack from them. This is complemented by reviews of monitoring and control methodologies, as well as modelling and lifetime prediction approaches. Given that corrosion is an applied science, the final sections review corrosion issues across the range of current and next-generation nuclear reactors, and across such nuclear applications as fuel reprocessing facilities, radioactive waste storage and geological disposal systems. With its distinguished editor and international team of expert contributors, Nuclear corrosion science and engineering is an invaluable reference for nuclear metallurgists, materials scientists and engineers, as well as nuclear facility operators, regulators and consultants, and researchers and academics in this field. Comprehensively reviews the fundamental corrosion mechanisms that affect nuclear power plants and facilities Chapters assess different types of both aqueous and non aqueous corrosion mechanisms and the nuclear materials susceptible to attack from them Considers monitoring and control methodologies, as well as modelling and lifetime prediction approaches