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Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T)

(34 Lectures Available)

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  • Lecture 10: Radioactive Decay Continued (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 11: Radioactivity and Series Radioactive Decays (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 12: Numerical Examples of Activity, Half-Life, and Series Decay (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 13: Practical Radiation Counting Experiments—Solid Angle, Count Rates, Uncertainty, and Hands-On Gamma Counting and Nuclear Activation Analysis (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 14: Photon Interactions with Matter I—Interaction Methods and Gamma Spectral Identification (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 15: Photon Interaction with Matter II—More Details, Shielding Calculations (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 16: Nuclear Reactor Construction and Operation (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 17: Ion-Nuclear Interactions I—Scattering and Stopping Power Derivation, Ion Range (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 18: Ion-Nuclear Interactions II—Bremsstrahlung, X-Ray Spectra, Cross Sections (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 19: Uses of Photon and Ion Nuclear Interactions—Characterization Techniques (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 1: Introduction and Matrix Multiplication (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 20: How Nuclear Energy Works (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 21: Neutron Transport (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 22: Simplifying Neutron Transport to Neutron Diffusion (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 23: Solving the Neutron Diffusion Equation, and Criticality Relations (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 24: Transients, Feedback, and Time-Dependent Neutronics (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 25: Review of All Nuclear Interactions and Problem Set 7 Help (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 26: Chernobyl—How It Happened (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 27: Nuclear Materials—Radiation Damage and Effects in Matter (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 28: Chernobyl Trip Report by Jake Hecla (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 29: Nuclear Materials Science Continued (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 2: Radiation Utilizing Technology (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 30: Radiation Dose, Dosimetry, and Background Radiation (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 31: Frontiers in Nuclear Medicine, Where One Finds Ionizing Radiation (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences
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  • Lecture 32: Chemical and Biological Effects of Radiation, Smelling Nuclear Bullshit (M-I-T)
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Ionizing Radiation (Fall 2016) (M-I-T) MIT Prof. Dr. Michael Short Applied Sciences