Introduction to Nuclear Engineering

 
9780201308723: Introduction to Nuclear Engineering

The text is designed for junior and senior level Nuclear Engineering students.The third edition of this highly respected text offers the most current and complete introduction to nuclear engineering available. Introduction to Nuclear Engineering has been thoroughly updated with new information on French, Russian, and Japanese nuclear reactors. All units have been revised to reflect current standards. In addition to the numerous end-of-chapter problems, computer exercises have been added.

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The third edition of this popular book is updated to include a completely revised discussion of reactor technology, an improved discussion of the reactor physics, and a more detailed discussion of basic nuclear physics and models.

  • Introduces the basics of the shell model of the nucleus and a beginning discussion of quantum mechanics.
  • Discusses both U.S. and non-U.S. reactor designs, as well as advanced reactors.
  • Provides for a more detailed understanding of both reactor statics and kinetics.
  • Includes updated information on reactor acidents and safety.

About the Author:

Anthony Baratta is currently a Professor of Nuclear Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University and Director of the Nuclear Safety Center. He received the B.A/B.S. degrees in physics/applied physics from Columbia University in 1968 and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in physics from Brown University in 1970 and 1978, respectively. His research interests and contributions include reactor safety, reactor kinetics and physics, and the effects of radiation on materials. He has authored many scientific publications and made numerous presentations. He is an active member of the American Nuclear Society and has appeared on many network television and radio broadcasts as an authority on reactor accidents, including the accident at Three Mile Island.

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