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Author Chakraverty, S., author.

Title Neutron Diffusion : Concepts and Uncertainty Analysis for Engineers and Scientists / S. Chakraverty.

Published Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2017.


Location Call No. Status
Edition First edition.
Physical description 1 online resource (x, 184 pages)
Contents chapter 1 Basic Reactor Principles -- chapter 2 Neutron Diffusion Theory -- chapter 3 Fundamentals of Uncertainty -- chapter 4 Uncertain Neutron Diffusion -- chapter 1 One-Group Model -- chapter 6 Uncertain One-Group Model -- chapter 7 Multigroup Model -- chapter 8 Uncertain Multigroup Model -- chapter 9 Point Kinetic Diffusion -- chapter 10 Stochastic Point Kinetic Diffusion -- chapter 11 Hybridized Uncertainty in Point Kinetic Diffusion.
Summary This book is designed for a systematic understanding of nuclear diffusion theory along with fuzzy/interval/stochastic uncertainty. This will serve to be a benchmark book for graduate and postgraduate students, teachers, engineers and researchers throughout the globe. In view of the recent developments in nuclear engineering, it is important to study the basic concepts of this field along with the diffusion processes for nuclear reactor design. Also, it is known that uncertainty is a must in every field of engineering and science and, in particular, with regards to nuclear-related problems. As such, one may need to understand the nuclear diffusion principles/theories corresponding with reliable and efficient techniques for the solution of such uncertain problems. Accordingly this book aims to provide a new direction for readers with basic concepts of reactor physics as well as neutron diffusion theory. On the other hand, it also includes uncertainty (in terms of fuzzy, interval, stochastic) and their applications in nuclear diffusion problems in a systematic manner, along with recent developments. The underlying concepts of the presented methods in this book may very well be used/extended to various other engineering disciplines viz. electronics, marine, chemical, mining engineering and other sciences such as physics, chemistry, biotechnology et cetera This book then can be widely applied wherever one wants to model their physical problems in terms of non-probabilistic methods viz. fuzzy/stochastic for the true essence of the real problems.
Other author Nayak, Sukanta
Subject Neutron transport theory.
Differential equations.
MATHEMATICS / Differential Equations
ISBN 9781315162201 (e-book : PDF)
9781351667494 (e-book: Mobi)
9781351667517 (e-book: PDF)
9781498778763 (hardback)
Standard Number 10.1201/b22222