Rabu, 16 Juni 2010

Nuklir Indonesia

Disusun Ulang Oleh:

Arip Nurahman

Pendidikan Fisika, FPMIPA Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Follower Open Course Ware at MIT-Harvard University, Cambridge. USA.

Nuclear reactor physics is the branch of science that deals with the study and application of chain reaction to induce controlled rate of fission for energy in reactors. Most nuclear reactors use a chain reaction to induce a controlled rate of nuclear fission in fissile material, releasing both energy and free neutrons. A reactor consists of an assembly of nuclear fuel (areactor core), usually surrounded by a neutron moderator such as regular water, heavy water, graphite, or zirconium hydride, and fitted with mechanisms such as control rods that control the rate of the reaction.

The physics of nuclear fission has several quirks that affect the design and behavior of nuclear reactors. This article presents a general overview of the physics of nuclear reactors and their behavior.

Lecture Notes


Basic Nuclear Concepts (PDF)

Supplement (PDF)

Quantum Mechanical Description of Nuclei
2 Schrödinger Wave Equation (PDF)
3 Bound States in One Dimensional Systems – Particle in a Square Well (PDF)
4 Bound States in Three Dimensions -- Orbital Angular Momentum (PDF)
5 Barrier Penetration (PDF)
6 The Neutron-Proton System: Bound State of the Deuteron (PDF)
7 Overview of Cross Section Calculation (PDF)
8 Neutron-Proton Scattering (PDF)
9 Quiz 1 Review

Quiz 1 (Lec #1-8, Closed Book)
Nuclear Binding, Stability and Decay
10 Nuclear Shell Model (PDF)
11 Nuclear Binding Energy and Stability (PDF)
12 Binding Energy and Mass Parabolas (PDF)
Interaction of Radiation with Matter
13 Radioactive-Series Decay (PDF)
14 Charged Particle Interactions: Stopping Power, Collision and Ionization (PDF)
15 Charged Particle Interactions: Radiation Loss, Range (PDF)
16 Neutron Interactions: Q-equation and Elastic Scattering (PDF)
17 Quiz 2 Review

Quiz 2 (Lec #9-15, Closed Book)
18 Neutron Interactions: Energy, Angular Distributions, Thermal Motions (PDF)
19 Gamma Interactions: Compton Scattering (PDF)
20 Gamma Interactions: Photoelectric Effect and Pair Production (PDF)
21 Detection of Nuclear Radiation: Pulse Height Spectra (PDF)
Nuclear Processes
22 Nuclear Decays (PDF)
23 Nuclear Reactions: Energetics and Compound Nucleus (PDF)
24 Quiz 3 Review

Quiz 3 (Lec #16-21, Closed Book)

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