Courses

EGMN 610: Topics in Nuclear Engineering

A survey covering the scope of nuclear engineering. Concepts of atomic and nuclear structure, mass and energy, nuclear stability, radioactive decay, radioactivity calculations, nuclear reactions, interaction of radiation (neutrons and photons) with matter, fission chain reaction, neutron diffusion, nuclear reaction theory, reactor kinetics, health physics, reactor power plants (PWR and BWR), waste disposal. Required first course for graduate students in nuclear engineering track who enter with degrees in other disciplines; suitable as a technical elective for other graduate engineering tracks. Prerequisites: knowledge of calculus and differential equations and graduate standing in the School of Engineering; or permission of instructor.

Total Credit Hours: 3
Semester(s):
Spring 2017
Instructor:
James G. Miller
Instructor Email:
jgmiller@vcu.edu

Weekly Live Sessions

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
4-5:15 PM 4-5:15 PM

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