engr13100_hw06_answsht_f10

engr13100_hw06_answsht_f10 - ENGR 13100 Fall 2010 ENGR13100...

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ENGR 13100 Fall 2010 ENGR13100 - Homework #6 Answer Sheet Name: Hwa Jong Lee Section No. 015 Team No. 10 Date: 10/05/2010 Problem 1 - Individual School of Nuclear Engineering Step 1. Download on H: drive. Step 2. The fusion of a deuterium-tritium reaction per atomic mass compared to the fission of uranium-235 per atomic mass is approximately 17: 200. It simplifies to 0.085: 1. Step 3. The number of fissions per second in the PUR-1 reactor3 operating at 1 kW is 3.2E14 MeV per second. A nuclear cross section is a unit to characterize the probability that a nuclear reaction will take place. The greater the cross section is, the greater the chances of reaction are, vice versa. They are directly proportional. A barn is a unit of cross section data. In 1940s the word barn was used to define an area of 10e-34 cm squared to make operations simpler. Problem 2 - Individual School of Mechanical Engineering Step 1. Watch Power Point. Step 2. The two sectors of industry that I am most interested in is the Automobile industry and
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