Nuclear criticality safety is the prevention of nuclear chain reactions in fissile materials outside of reactors. This book presents the underlying principles of nuclear criticality safety theory along with descriptions of the principal methods currently used and their in-plant applications. Exercises are provided at the end of each chapter to increase understanding of the text.R. D. Carter, G. R. Kiel, K. R. Ridgway, aquot;Criticality Handbook: Volume I, aquot; ARH-600 , Atlantic Richfield Hanford Co. ... Mtg. Nuclear Criticality Safety, El Paso, Texas, April 8- 10, 1980, SAND80-1675, p. 322, Sandia National Laboratories. 14.
|Title||:||Nuclear criticality safety|
|Author||:||Ronald A. Knief|
|Publisher||:||Amer Nuclear Society - 1985|