Module 3_ Radiation detectors
Lecture 7
Background
Physics and detection process
Ionization process
Excitation process
Nuclear reaction
Type of detectors
Gaseous detectors (ionization based)
Scintillation detectors (excitation based)
Overview on g-sp
ENGR2950/RADI2100
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Assignment 3
Due date: April 7, 11.00PM.
Note:
Late assignment will not be accepted
Problem1.
The mass attenuation coefficient for concrete (density = 2.35 g/cm3) for 600 keV photons is 0.08 cm2/g.
1. What is the probability
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Assignment 4: Detector and dosimtery
Radiation Protection ENGR2959/RADI2100
Problem 1:
Detector Calibration and resolution determination
A scintillation detector was calibrated with two gamma sources ( 137Cs, 60Co) as show
ENGR 2950
Radiation
Protection
Laboratory
Course Instructor: Dr. R. Machrafi
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Note: This laboratory manual has been developed by Dr. Ed Waller
Revision 8
Dr. E.J. Waller (2005)
Table of Contents
Discussion: Ge
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Energy Systems and Nuclear Science
ENGR 2950
Radiation Protection
MIDTERM
Closed-book midterm
Date: 8 March 2006
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Guidelin
ENGR2950/RADI2100
Assignment 2 solutions
Problem 1.
70%
Given data
1Ci=3.71010desintegration/s and
0.693
T1/ 2
140
Ba radionuclide with T1/2=306 hours and its daughter 140La with T1/2=40.3hours d. The scheme of their decay is
illustrated as follow:
140
Ba
ENGR 2010 - LAB REPORT FORMAT Rev 1
Jan 17, 2017
The lab report should contain the following:
Cover page
Abstract
Introduction
Procedure
Results and Discussion
Concluding Remarks
References
Appendices
COVER PAGE
The cover page should contain the course co
ENGR 2950 / RADI 2100
Assignment 1 Solution
PROBLEM 1
Compute the energy equivalent of the atomic mass unit (1 amu). 1 amu is defined as 1/12 of the mass of
the 12C atom.
Given:
c = 3 x 108 m/s
1 eV = 1.6022 x 10-19 J
Solution: Use E = mc2
1 atomic mass
Procedure
Getting Started
To begin the lab LabVIEW was opened on the computer. A new project was created by pressing Ctrl+N.
Introducing a Waveform Display for Visualizing the Signal
On the Front Panel, in the Controls palette, under Modern the Graph sub-
ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 5
Ch. 7 Stress and Strain
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Stength of Materials - Lec 05
1
Ch. 7 Stress and Strain
Physical science concerned
with the state of rest or
motion of bodies that are
subject to forces
Mechanics
Equilib
ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 02 (a)
Force System Resultants
Statics and Mechanics of Materials by Hibbeler (Prentice Hall)
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 2
1
REVIEW - Rectangular 3D
Components of A Vector
A = Ax + A y + Az
A =
ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 8
Ch. 10 Torsion
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 8 - Ch. 10
1
Torsion
Helical lines
Length is unchanged
Radius is unchanged
Because, small rotations considered
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials
ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 09
Chapter 11 Bending
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 09 - Ch. 11
1
Bending
Symmetric Bending
Cross-section
of the
beam is symmetric
with respect to an axis
Bending moment is
applied about an axis
ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 10a
Chapter 12 Transverse Shear
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec 10(Ch12-13)
1
Transverse Shear
V: Shear force (internal)
V is in fact due to the
transverse shear stress
distribution
Complementary
Prop
ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 7a
Ch. 8 Material Properties
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 7
1
Ch. 8 Material Properties
Tension and
Compression Tests
In
design of
mechanical systems
we need to know our
limits of strength
Tests
ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 4
Shear Force and Bending Moment
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Stength of Materials - Lec 04
1
Shear and Moment Equations and
Diagrams
Design of Members:
We need to know the values
of V & M along x axis at an
arbitrary point.
ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 01 (a)
General Principles
Statics and Mechanics of Materials by Hibbeler (Prentice Hall)
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 1
1
Ch. 1 General Principles
Physical science concerned
with the state of rest
ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 3
Ch. 6 Geometric Properties
and Distributed Loadings
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 3 - Ch. 6
1
APPLICATIONS
To design the structure for
supporting a water tank, we will
need to know the weights of
ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Introduction
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
[email protected]
Room: ERC4026
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Intro
1
Course Outline
Course Objectives
Course Outcomes
Prerequisites
Course Location/Timing
TA
Textbook
Grading
Module 1
Lecture1.
Lecture1 Introduction and Fundamentals
The first lecture gives an introduction and background on
Nuclear Technology,
Technology Radiation Science and career in these
fields.
Lecture 1 will cover the following topics:
Radiation Scientist
Module 1: Introduction
Module 1 and Fundamentals
Lecture2: Radioactivity
This is the 2nd lecture of Module1 and it presents the radioactivity. It
will quantitatively describe the behavior of radioactive element parent
and its progeny daughter (s) when the
Module 1: Introduction
Module 1 and Fundamentals
Lecture3: Basics of Dosimetry & Radiation Protection
This is the 3d lecture of Module1 and it describes concepts of
radiation quantification and radiation protection principles and
methods
Background
Dosime
Module 2: Radiation Sources and Detection
Lecture 6
This is the 6th lecture. It deals with radiation detectors
1. Background
Ionizing Radiation can not be detected by normal senses.
You can not see it,
You can not hear,
You can not smell,
You can not fee
Module 5
Safety and Quality Management
Introduction to Nuclear Power Plant
Concepts on Nuclear Safety
Defense in Depth
Radiation and Nuclear Technologies
NUCL1530
Module 5
Safety and Quality Management
Introduction Nuclear Power Plant
Courtesy of Professo
Module 4 _Fuel Cycle and Nuclear Reactor
This lecture will deal with the nuclear fuel cycle, principle of nuclear
reactor and some remarks on nuclear waste management will be
also addressed.
1. Background
2. Reactor principle
fission process
Uranium
3. F
Module 2_ Radiation Sources
Lecture 5
This is the 4th lecture 2. It deals with radiation sources
1. Background
2. Radiation sources
Nuclear reactor source of neutrons
Accelerator source of charged particles
X-ray Tube source of x-rays
Radiation and Nucl
Module 2: Radiation Sources and Detection
Lecture 5
This is the 5th lecture. It briefly deals with radiation interactions
electron
radiation
nucleus
Radiation interact either with nucleus or with electrons
Radiation and Nuclear Technologies
NUCL1530
Modul
Radiation & Nuclear Technologies NUCL1530U
Syllabus and Teaching Philosophy
Lecturer: Dr. Rachid Machrafi, Office ERC4064, Faculty of Energy System and Nuclear Science,
email: [email protected],
Tel: (905) 721 8668 x 5522
Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9
NUCL 1530 U Radiation and Nuclear Technologies
Assignment 2 and 3
Due date: at 6:00PM, Feb 22
Note:
Assignment must be dropped in box N09 on the fourth floor-ERC building
After deadline, the assignment will not be accepted
PROBLEM 1
(2)
A vial containin