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Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
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Course
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Instructor
Discipline
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Lecture 10: Radioactive Decay Continued (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
2
Lecture 11: Radioactivity and Series Radioactive Decays (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
3
Lecture 12: Numerical Examples of Activity, HalfLife, and Series Decay (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
4
Lecture 13: Practical Radiation Counting Experimentsâ€”Solid Angle, Count Rates, Uncertainty, and HandsOn Gamma Counting and Nuclear Activation Analysis (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
5
Lecture 14: Photon Interactions with Matter Iâ€”Interaction Methods and Gamma Spectral Identification (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
6
Lecture 15: Photon Interaction with Matter IIâ€”More Details, Shielding Calculations (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
7
Lecture 16: Nuclear Reactor Construction and Operation (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
8
Lecture 17: IonNuclear Interactions Iâ€”Scattering and Stopping Power Derivation, Ion Range (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
9
Lecture 18: IonNuclear Interactions IIâ€”Bremsstrahlung, XRay Spectra, Cross Sections (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
10
Lecture 19: Uses of Photon and Ion Nuclear Interactionsâ€”Characterization Techniques (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
11
Lecture 1: Introduction and Matrix Multiplication (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
12
Lecture 20: How Nuclear Energy Works (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
13
Lecture 21: Neutron Transport (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
14
Lecture 22: Simplifying Neutron Transport to Neutron Diffusion (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
15
Lecture 23: Solving the Neutron Diffusion Equation, and Criticality Relations (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
16
Lecture 24: Transients, Feedback, and TimeDependent Neutronics (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
17
Lecture 25: Review of All Nuclear Interactions and Problem Set 7 Help (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
18
Lecture 26: Chernobylâ€”How It Happened (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
19
Lecture 27: Nuclear Materialsâ€”Radiation Damage and Effects in Matter (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
20
Lecture 28: Chernobyl Trip Report by Jake Hecla (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
21
Lecture 29: Nuclear Materials Science Continued (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
22
Lecture 2: Radiation Utilizing Technology (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
23
Lecture 30: Radiation Dose, Dosimetry, and Background Radiation (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
24
Lecture 31: Frontiers in Nuclear Medicine, Where One Finds Ionizing Radiation (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
25
Lecture 32: Chemical and Biological Effects of Radiation, Smelling Nuclear Bullshit (MIT)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (MIT)
MIT
Prof. Dr. Michael Short
Applied Sciences
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