John Wiley, New York, 1976. – 658 pp. We have attempted to write a reactor analysis text more tailored to the needs of the modern nuclear engineering student. In particular, we have tried to introduce the student to the fundamental principles governing nuclear fission chain reactions in a manner that renders the transition to practical nuclear reactor design methods most natural. This goal has led to a very considerable emphasis on numerical methods suitable for digital computation. We have also stressed throughout this development the very close interplay between the nuclear analysis of a reactor core and those nonnuclear aspects of core analysis, such as thermal-hydraulics or materials studies, which play a major role in determining a reactor design. Finally, we have included illustrations of the various concepts that we develop by considering a number of more practical problems arising in the nuclear design of various types of power reactors.Contents. Introductory Concepts of Nuclear Reactor Analysis. An Introduction to Nuclear Power Generation. The Nuclear Physics of Fission Chain Reactions. Fission Chain Reactions and Nuclear Reactors— an Introduction. The One-Speed Diffusion Model of a Nuclear Reactor. Neutron Transport. The One-Speed Diffusion Theory Model. Nuclear Reactor Kinetics. The Multigroup Diffusion Method. Multigroup Diffusion Theory. Fast Spectrum Calculations and Fast Group Constants. Thermal Spectrum Calculations and Thermal Group Constants. Cell Calculations for Heterogeneous Core Lattices. An Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Core Design. General Aspects of Nuclear Reactor Core Design. Thermal-hydraulic Analysis of Nuclear Reactor Cores. The Calculation of Core Power Distributions. Reactivity Control. Analysis of Core Composition Changes. Appendices. Index.
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