book covers the following topics:the 184-inch synchrocyclotron, Principle of operation of a conventional
cyclotron, The principle of phase stability, Design and construction of the
184-inch synchrocyclotron and Cyclotron experiments.
Nuclear physics is
started with few experiments and some theoretical modeling and we have just
completed hundred years of that. Topics covered includes: nuclear model of atom,
Nuclear Size, Semi empirical Mass Formula.
This note will focus on the
basics of nuclear reactor design. Topics covered includes: Design, and
Licensing, Reactors and Core Concepts, Heating, Fuel, and Fuel Element Analysis,
Reactor Flow and Pump Sizing, Introductory Neutronics, Six Factor Formula,
Neutron Transport, Neutron Kinetics, Power Conversion Systems, Nuclear Safety
and Nuclear Safety Analysis.
This note explains the following
topics: Structure of nuclei, The strong nuclear force, Model of the nuclei,
Nuclear transitions, Nuclear reactions, Scattering experiments, A role model:
Quantum electrodynamics, Strong interactions, Weak interactions, Beyond the
standard model, Candidate theories beyond the standard model.
The purpose of
this guide is to describe in complete detail a FORTRAN code named Program SCAT 4
written by the UCLA group in order to analyze elastic scattering of various
particle. Topics covered includes: Mathematical Description, Program
Description, Description of Input Data, Symbolic Listing of the Program.
A. Melkanoff, David S. Saxon, John S. Nodvik and David G. Cantor
This book covers
the following topics: Nuclear masses, Rms charge radii, Charge densities and
form factors, Overview of nuclear decays, The Fermi gas model, Overview of the
nuclear shell model, The one body potential, Woods-Saxon potential, Many Body
Wavefunctions, Two-Body Hamiltonian, Configuration mixing, One body transition
operators and the OBTD, Electromagnetic transitions and allowed beta decay.
book gives an elementary but coherent account of that branch of physics involved
in the study and design of nuclear reactors at a standard presentation judged to
be suitable for advanced undergraduate students.
note covers the following topics: Nuclear
sizes and isotope shifts, The Semi Empirical Mass Formula, Coulomb term, Volume
and Surface term, Asymmetry term, Pairing term, alpha decay, beta decay, Valley of
stability, Fermi theory of beta decay, Selection Rules in beta decay, Electron
capture, Inverse beta decay, gama decay, Mossbauer effect, Bethe-Bloch formula,
Cherenkov radiation, Bremsstrahlung, Synchrotron radiation, Photons in matter,
Photomultiplier, Avalanche Photo Diode, Scintillators, Gas-filled counters,
Experimental set-ups, Response of a Ge-Li detector and Radiation units.
This note explains the basics of nuclear physics such as Nuclear
masses and nuclear sizes, alpha, beta, and gamma radiations, interaction of
ionizing radiation with matter, Kinematics of decays and reactions.