NUE210 Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering
LECTURE 8. APPLICATION OF ONEVELOCITY DIFFUSION EQUATION
TO NON-MULTIPLYING MEDIUM-2
NUE210 Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering
8.1 Non-multiplying medium Bare slab
Application of extrapolated fl

NUE210 Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering
LECTURE 9. APPLICATION OF ONEVELOCITY DIFFUSION EQUATION
TO MULTIPLYING MEDIUM-1
NUE210 Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering
9.1 Multiplying media
Characteristics of multiplying medium
Multiplyin

NUE210 Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering
LECTURE 5. NEUTRON FLUX,
REACTION RATES, GROUP
CONSTANTS AND NEUTRON
CURRENT
NUE210 Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering
5.1 Reaction rate and neutron flux
We wish to be able to compute reaction r

NUE210 Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering
LECTURE 6. NEUTRON DIFFUSION
THEORY: ONE VELOCITY MODEL
NUE210 Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering
6.1 Background
Diffusion theory is used to study neutron population
Input for Diffusion Theory:

NUE210 Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering
LECTURE 7. APPLICATION OF ONEVELOCITY DIFFUSION EQUATION
TO NON-MULTIPLYING MEDIUM-1
NUE210 Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Engineering
7.1 Non-multiplying medium
Definition of non-multiplying medium
Ma

NUE207 Overview of Nuclear Engineering (Spring 2015)
Sample Questions for Final Exam for NUE2007 in Spring 2015
1. Consolidated Edisons Indian Point No. 2 reactor is designed to operate at a power of 2,758 MW.
Assuming that all fissions occur in 235U, cal

NUE207 Overview of Nuclear Engineering (Spring 2015)
Problem Set 5 (100 points) due by June 16, 2015
1. Draw a schematic diagram of PWR primary and secondary systems.
2. Describe the characteristics of the physical components consist of the PWR primary
sy

NUE207 Overview of Nuclear Engineering (Spring 2015)
Problem Set 5 (100 points) due by June 16, 2015
1. Draw a schematic diagram of PWR primary and secondary systems.
2. Describe the characteristics of the physical components consist of the PWR primary
sy

NUE207 Overview of Nuclear Engineering (Spring 2015)
Sample Questions for Final Exam for NUE2007 in Spring 2015
1. Consolidated Edisons Indian Point No. 2 reactor is designed to operate at a power of 2,758 MW.
Assuming that all fissions occur in 235U, cal

Homework #2
(Counting Statistics and Error Predictions)
Due date: Oct. 13, 2015
1.
(3.1 modified) As series of 100 measurements of a physical quantity have been made that show a
random fluctuation characterized by a sample variance of 5% of the mean value

Radiation Interactions Homework #3
(Charged Particle Interactions I)
Due: May 4 (Mon)
1. (Attix Chapter 8, Problem 5 and 6 modified) What is the maximum energy that can be
transferred to an electron in a hard collision by a 30-MeV (a) electron, (b) positr