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Nuclear Reactor Analysis
Classic textbook for an introductory course in nuclear reactor analysis that introduces the nuclear engineering student to the basic scientific principles of nuclear fission chain reactions and lays a foundation for the subsequent application of these principles to the nuclear design and analysis of reactor cores. This text introduces the student to the fundamental princip ...more
Paperback, 672 pages
Published January 16th 1976 by Wiley
(first published January 1st 1976)
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Aug 18, 2009 Nick Black rated it it was amazing
2009-08-18, GT bookstore. This is, by far, the best nuclear engineering textbook I've ever seen or read. It's not for the faint of heart with regards to differential equations, power series, tossing integrals like salads and stochastic theory, but then again neither is the design of a nuclear reactor. And the physics! Even though Duderstadt makes a pretense of "this is not a nuclear physics textbook", he seems to understand the overall crappiness and incompleteness of current offerings (Kenneth ...more