Random Processes in Nuclear Reactors

Random Processes in Nuclear Reactors

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Random Processes in Nuclear Reactors describes the problems that a nuclear engineer may meet which involve random fluctuations and sets out in detail how they may be interpreted in terms of various models of the reactor system. Chapters set out to discuss topics on the origins of random processes and sources; the general technique to zero-power problems and bring out the basic effect of fission, and fluctuations in the lifetime of neutrons, on the measured response; the interpretation of power reactor noise; and associated problems connected with mechanical, hydraulic and thermal noise sources. The book will be very useful to nuclear engineers.... if reactor noise is to have any real future in nuclear engineering it must lead to results of practical engineering value. ... In the treatment of zero-power problems we have concentrated on simple models. ... the calculation of zero-power noise as a completely solved problem: only computational difficulties remain [see eqn.

Title:Random Processes in Nuclear Reactors
Author: M. M. R. Williams
Publisher:Elsevier - 2013-10-22

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