Instructor: Ronald E. Pevey, Ph.D., P.E., M.B.A.
Office: 213 Pasqua Engineering Building
Office Hours: Posted on office door
Course Description: This course covers the nomenclature, theory, and practice of nuclear criticality safety. The principal emphasis will be on giving the student a grounding in the basic ideas and principles of the field. In addition, the student will acquired experience in using the principal analysis tools in use for criticality safety analyses.
Required Text: Nuclear Criticality Safety: Theory and Practice, Knief, R. A.; Second printing, 1986.
Course Objectives: By taking this course, the student should gain a basic understanding of:
A 90-100 90-100
B+ 85-87.5 85-90
B 80-85 80-85
C+ 75-77.5 75-80
C 70-75 70-75
D 60-65 60-70
F <55 <60
Class preparation: To prepare for each class, you should:
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