Theses and Dissertations
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A simplified cell theory applied to the calculation of thermal neutron spectra in light water lattices
(Ithaca, New York; Cornell University, 1964-09)
A simplified polyenergetic cell theory is formulated to determine spatially averaged energy dependent thermal fluxes in the moderator, cladding, and fuel regions within the unit cell of a reactor lattice. The derived ...
Computer simulation studies of copper atoms in 110 channels of copper crystals.
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1964)
The interaction of land 5 kev copper atom (primaries) impacting the Oil surface of copper crystals was studied using an "n-body type" computer simulation program. Each primary energy was studied using both the Bohr and ...
The ionization produced in nuclear emulsion by very relativistic particles
(Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1964)
In order to determine the shape of the ionization curve in nuclear emulsions at values of ϒ˃100, we have measured the blob density of relativistic electron tracks. The pv of the pair produced electrons used was determined ...
Measurement of viscoelastic properties of dilute aqueous polyethylene oxide solutions using acoustic methods
The absorption coefficient and the velocity of longitudinal ultrasonic waves in aqueous polyethylene-oxide solutions at 0.025, 0.05, 0.1, 0.25 and 0.375$> concentration by weight were measured iA ~ tXtiO° at 10.1, 17.9 ...
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Lieutenant, United States Navy (4)