Assignments and Teaching Assistants
Assignments will account for 40 percent of the final grade.
Two midterm tests and one final test are scheduled.
Assignments and term project: 40 percent of the final grade.
Each test will account for 20 percent of the final grade for a total of 60 percent of the final grade.
3 hours or 3/4 unit
Calendar for Spring Semester, 2006
Room 203, Nuclear Engineering Laboratory
1:00-1:50 pm MWF
Mon. Feb. 27, 2006, during class period.
Mon. Apr. 3, 2006, during class period.
Sat. May 6, 2006, 1:30-4:30
Tue. Jan. 17, 2006
|Spring Break||Sat. 3/18/2006 - Sun. 3/26/2006|
Wed. May 3rd, 2006
Thu. May 4th, 2006
Fri. May 5, 2006-Fri. May 12, 2006
|Commencement||Sun. May 14, 2006|
Protection and Shielding
1. Radiation Dosimetry
2. Cosmic and Space Radiation
3. Ionizing Radiation Units and Standards
4. Nonionizing Radiation
5. Environmental Radiation
6. Radiation Hormesis
7. Environmental Remediation of Radioactive Contamination
8. Radiobiological Processes
9. Gamma Rays Interaction with Matter
10. Attenuation of Gamma radiation
11. Gamma and X rays Detection
12. Transport Theory
13. Mathematical Formulation of Particle Transport
14. Radioactive Transformation Theory
15. Neutron Collision Theory
16. The Monte Carlo Method
17. Random Numbers Generation
18. Analog Monte Carlo
19. Sampling Methods
20. Sampling Special Distributions
21. Estimation Methods in Monte Carlo Particle Transport Simulations.
22. Nuclear Medicine Applications
23. Positron Emission Tomography
24. Nuclear Sterile Insect Technique
25. Food Preservation by Radiation
26. Management of Radioactive Waste
Neutron dosimetry code
Cf-252 neutron source in water cylinder input data
30 group cross sections: H2O
30 group cross sections: Na
List of the Known Elements
Table of Neutron Cross Sections
Conversion Factors and Physical Constants
Systeme International (SI), Prefixes and Symbols
Natural Nuclides Table
Artificial and Natural Nuclides Table
Internal Links to Bookmarks
To access these newsgroups, login into your student account, and use one of the available network news programs.
1. Lamarsh, John R. and Anthony J. Baratta, "Introduction
to Nuclear Engineering," 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall,
Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458, 2001.
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