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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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I'd like to start a discussion/debate of nuclear power for the purpose of informing people about it. I am...
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There are several threads related to the disaster: Japan Earthquake: nuclear plants - technical aspects of the...
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Part 1 can be found here: http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=480200 Magnitude-5.3 earthquake hits...
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What type of fusion reaction generates the most neutrons? All I've been able to find information for is D-D fusion and...
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So I have been reading about LFTR and I understand the concepts but there are a few things I have questions about,...
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Ok so the equation for the probability that a fast neutron will not leek out of a non infinite mass is Pfnl=...
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Hello, I am a graduate student attempting to run evaluate the depletion of a ceramic film attached to the...
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Ok I'm posting this here as well since It falls under both engineering and high energy physics, since I haven't gotten...
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I accidentally happened upon this photo while researching some things about the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster and I...
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Hi I am using relap to study a blowdown transient. If I let it run it with actual heat fluxes, the program terminates...
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The equation of radionuclide production is as follow dN/dt = k - λN All my textbook assumes that k is a constant...
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Is the radial peaking factor same as normalized radial power profile?
Jul10-14 08:09 PM
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Hi, I am a beginner with the use of relap. So this might be a bit silly. I am studying the heat transfer between a...
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I'm trying to find specific reaction cross section 18O(p,n)18F in proton + O-18 TENDL (ENDF format). # p + 18O ...
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I'm reading the cross setion of p + 18O Total neutron production ...
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hello,every body ,I want to know is there any any free burnup code? thank you
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Here is an idea I had for a way to deduce the internal structure of an organic object using it's natural...
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Was this technique ever demonstrated experimentally, or it could be regarded as practically failed theory? ...
May27-14 10:46 AM
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What happens when a electron travels through the plasma? Would it be likely that most of the electrons hit a nuclei...
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I couldn't find an compatible heading for this question and decided to place it here since it deals with nuclear...
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I've had to work with p33 and cesium-137 for a few of my labs for classes and for the past few weeks I can't seem to...
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Hi There, I came across the following passage in Sam Glasstone's 'Nuclear Reactor Engineering' ...
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Hi, guys there is a quesetion: Could ANSYS software be used for simulate system temperature and flow fields when...
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I have a general security clearance question. Could I still pass for a Q or L security clearance, if I have a single...
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So far I've only found some leads into the use of magnetohydrodynamics theory in designing liquid metal cooled...
May1-14 10:04 AM
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I've read about why it would be nearly impossible for an individual to construct a working home built nuclear reactor...
May1-14 08:39 AM
QuantumPion
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Hi, I'm doing a project to see the feasibility of transmuting tungsten into platinum on a small scale (maximum...
May1-14 08:10 AM
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An investigation of "studies" by the lifelong anti-nuclear activist Joseph Mangano proves they're bunk DOreFp9983I...
Apr28-14 08:03 PM
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more in, http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/feb/12/nuclear-fusion-breakthrough-green-energy-source
Apr27-14 03:48 PM
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Hi All, I want to run some small nuclear transmutation experiments for a nuclear battery project. However, my...
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Hi all, how can I find the activity of isotope which it has in area given value mCi or mR or Rem value of this?...
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After the Chernobyl NPP was fully and permanently shut down in 2000, did they remove the fuel from reactors 1-3 as...
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Hi, I am doing a survey on existing methods of cleaning up radioactive materials for a personal project on cleanup...
Apr22-14 09:45 PM
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I was wondering what is preventing a plant being built that can be truly shut down and not require coolant...
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Why is Safety Injection used during Main Steam Line Break? All that I can find is that it brings water back to the...
Apr21-14 08:34 PM
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Hi! I wish to know how to design a Tokamak of my own. This Tokamak will of course be very tiny but my intention...
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Hello, I am graduate student in NE within the US. I am working on a grant that examines a small (10-100 microns)...
Apr15-14 01:04 PM
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Hello to all, i need some books, papers, related to nuclear reactors for research (e.g, classification , applications,...
Apr13-14 03:04 PM
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Are there any other measurable danger other than the following Short term (short half life) I -131 Do not...
Apr11-14 07:48 PM
Astronuc
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let say there is an bundle of fuel with 4 rings. Where ring 1 is center most ring and ring 4 is outer most ring. ...
Apr11-14 01:12 PM
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Is it true that two quantities of U238 approaching sufficiently close, and combining to form a critical mass will...
Apr8-14 02:11 PM
QuantumPion
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Well, should it? How liable was the fallout on ground to move and go elsewhere? The Zone was evacuated. But then...
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