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- Science for Nuclear Energy and Radiation

Physics by David Tucker overheads pdf 31 kb Security by Frank Saunders text pdf 353 kb Radiation Detection and Neutron Activation Analysis Laboratories by Barry Diacon text pdf 113 kb Biological Effects of Radiation by Hans Tammemagi overheads pdf 24 kb Nuclear Reactor Concepts by Jerry Cuttler text pdf 28 kb Nuclear Reactor Safety by Victor Snell overheads pdf 793 kb Discussion Group on Risk Perception by Bob Hudspith overheads

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as a self study guide and as a supportive text for the scientist engineer and other technically oriented individual with little previous exposure to nuclear engineering in general and who possesses only a passing familiarity with the CANDU nuclear reactor in particular An attempt has been made to be impressionistic on both the analytical scientific and the systems descriptive level A detailed discussion of specialized topics such as reactor physics

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Open archived version from archive - Engineering Physics 3W04 - Acquisition and Analysis of Experimental Information - Term II Fourier Transforms

Mar 13 Chapter 7 Application Fraunhofer Diffraction demos Week of Mar 20 Chapter 8 Signal Analysis and Filters Week of Mar 27 Quiz Chapter 9 Windows and the Discrete Fourier Transform Week of Apr 3 Review Course notes for term II These course notes are also available as Courseware in the bookstore Chapter 1 Introduction text pdf 58kb Chapter 2 Linear Systems text pdf 245kb Chapter 3 Fourier Series text pdf 243kb Chapter 4 Complex Numbers text pdf 177kb Chapter 5 Fourier Transforms text pdf 426kb Chapter 6 Useful Properties and Theorems text pdf 623kb Chapter 7 Application Fraunhofer Diffraction text pdf 176kb Chapter 8 Application Signal Analysis and Filters text pdf 394kb Chapter 9 Windows and the Discrete Fourier Transform text pdf 275kb Assignments and Tests Please drop your assignments off in the dropbox located in the Engineering Physics hallway 3rd floor of JHEA near the elevators Your marked solutions can be picked up at the reception area of the Nuclear Research Building The solutions will be posted here on the web a few days after the assignment is due Note the due dates are subject to change Check here regularly for changes Assignment Solution Due Date Status Assignment based on Chapter 2 pdf 16kb Solution pdf 16kb Thursday 2000 01 20 1700hrs Marked and available for pickup Assignment based on Chapter 3 pdf 51kb Solution pdf 133kb Thursday 2000 01 27 1600hrs Marked and available for pickup Assignment based on Chapter 4 pdf 16kb Solution pdf 61kb Thursday 2000 02 03 1600hrs Marked and available for pickup Assignment based on Chapter 5 pdf 46kb Solution pdf 95kb Friday 2000 02 18 1600hrs Marked and available for pickup Assignment based on Chapter 6 pdf 26kb Solution pdf 115kb Friday 2000 03 17 1600hrs Marked and available for pickup Assignment based on Chapter 7 pdf 5kb See the student links below for some possible solutions Friday 2000 03 31 1600hrs Marked and available for pickup from my office Assignment based on Chapter 8 pdf 24kb Solution pdf 86kb Friday 2000 03 31 1600hrs Marked and available for pickup Assignment based on Chapter 9 pdf 40kb Solution pdf 142kb Friday 2000 04 07 1600hrs Marked and available for pickup Quiz 1 with solution pdf 100kb Held on 2000 02 03 Marked and available for pickup Midterm pdf 14kb and solution pdf 161kb Held on 2000 03 02 Marked and available for pickup Quiz 2 pdf 12kb and solution pdf 63kb Held on 2000 03 30 Marked and available for pickup Final pdf kb and solution pdf 240kb Matlab Code and Related Information and Links Matlab tutorial from the University of Michigan Example Matlab m files to generate a pulse in the time domain calculate the Fourier Transform and plot the result Download all three files into a working directory From within Matlab type help dopulse to see the syntax for the main function dopulse dopulse m calls pulse m and evenft m and plots the result pulse m generates a pulse

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date outside the main office of Engineering Physics JHEA 325 2001 Assignment 1 pdf 20kb Solution pdf 112kb due Tuesday 2001 01 16 1600hrs Assignment 2 pdf 18kb Solution pdf 146kb due Tuesday 2001 01 30 1600hrs Assignment 3 pdf 24kb Solution pdf 204kb due Tuesday 2001 02 13 1600hrs Assignment 4 pdf 12kb Solution pdf 84kb due Tuesday 2001 03 13 1600hrs Assignment 5 pdf 34kb Solution pdf 95kb due Tuesday 2001 03 27 1600hrs Assignment 6 pdf 20kb Solution pdf 24kb due Thursday 2001 04 05 1400hrs Midterm 2001 with solution pdf 73kb held on for Tuesday 2001 02 27 Ongoing tutorials typically on Thursdays We ll do worked problems in class have discussions and due to popular request learn C programming 2001 02 01 08 Numerical assignment For the RLC series circuit as per lecture notes page 33 5b solve for i as a function of time numerically Give voltage drop across each component as well Use what ever language you wish A spreadsheet will work fine Show your numerical procedure Graph i and v as a function of time Compare the result to that found analytically in the notes ie compare Imax and phase lead or lag Discuss This need not be handed in but you can expect a question of this nature on the midterm and or the final Bring you work to class on Thursday so you can work on it in groups 2001 02 15 Before class down load the C compiler from the Downloads page if you don t have a C compiler already I ll go over the setup and use of the code in class 2001 02 26 Here are my solution pdf 218kb including A writeup on the solution procedure An Excel spreadsheet solution which I found it to

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pdf 12kb Please review Note that the mark for test 2 has been scaled up because I made the test too long The mark on the test paper that was handed back is the raw mark before scaling up The formula for scaling is Course notes Schedule pdf 725kb Course Summary pdf 404kb Intro and Chapter 1 pdf 101kb Chapter 3 pdf 159kb Chapter 4 pdf 307kb Chapter 5 pdf 123kb Errata minor error corrections and additions on page 2 posted on 2002 01 25 Chapter 6 pdf 322kb Errata minor error corrections and additions on pages 3 8 and 10 posted on 2002 01 25 Chapter 7 pdf 159kb Errata minor error corrections and additions on page 3 posted on 2002 01 25 Chapter 8 pdf 187kb Chapter 9 pdf 1238kb Chapter 10 pdf 182kb Chapter 11 pdf 160kb Chapter 12 pdf 176kb Errata sign correction on page 8 posted on 2002 03 18 Chapter 13 pdf 326kb Errata minor error corrections on page 5 and 11 posted on 2002 03 14 Chapter 14 pdf 348kb Errata error corrections and additions page 7a added pages 11 and 12 replaced with new 11 12 and 12a posted on 2002 03

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The purpose of the article is to develop a viable new vision of the future teaching and learning methods TLM that is preferable to the destination towards which we are currently headed The chief conclusion for me is that the more high tech the more high touch is needed Also captured in pdf format pdf 105kb Writing a Smashing Abstract Takes Practice by Barry Costa Pierce University of California An Abstract is the most important part of a scientific paper It not only summarizes the salient aspects of the paper but also lures a reader into reading it The Mathematics Learning Centre at Memorial University of Newfoundland check it out they are doing some good stuff here that all universities would be wise to emulate Go Sherry et al JUMP JUMP is an education program founded in 1998 by mathematician and writer John Mighton They are a volunteer based registered charity committed to the advancement of education JUMP believes that all children can be led to think mathematically and that with even a modest amount of attention every child will flourish By demonstrating that even children who are failing math or are labeled as slow learners can excel at math they hope to dispel the myths that have caused us to neglect our children And by offering inner city children effective and consistent help in mathematics and eventually reading and other subjects they hope to break the cycle of ignorance that lies at the root of all poverty Go John Laura Katie and all the volunteers This is one TERRIFIC and ESSENTIAL initiative It is aimed at the grade school level at the moment but I think that the underlying methodology is profoundly important to all levels including the university level Why I think it is important to us all Modelling Why do students have such a hard time going from word statement to solution formulation in engineering and science Why do they have such a hard time constructing numerical solutions to differential equations What is the internal process of constructing concepts internally We view understanding as our end goal Yet we cannot quantify it we don t know how it occurs internally So is this not a ripe area for research and worthy of our attention More thoughts on this BB Capture your lectures using BBFlashBack company Home Page View my crude self playing 4 minute intro exe 1 8Mb You can be up and running in a flash It really IS easy KhanAcademy Terrific use of video as a learning tool See the TED talk on this initiative DISTED Web based collaboration using Skype and Unyte It s basically a free way to have a virtual meeting audio shared desktop Teaching vs Research Myths and Reality This is a collection of thoughts and articles motivated by the notion that we need a better balance in today s universities Teaching news item in the McMaster Daily News Stepping into the iPod age pdf version 35kb OEDb the Online Education

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from math for a few years The University of Sydney Math Learning Centre Resources Lots of nicely done basic math tutorials and links to other resources here KhanAcademy Terrific use of video as a learning tool Covers many math topics See the TED talk on this initiative Calculus Karl s Calculus Tutor an excellent site Integral Tables from Dr Dan Thomas the Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of Guelph The Integrator from Wolfram Research the makers of Mathematica Material derivative wikipedia saved as a pdf 123kb ODE Notes on Diffy Qs Differential Equations for Engineers By Ji í Lebl UW Madison A one semester first course on differential equations aimed at engineering students Prerequisite for the course is the basic calculus sequence This free online book e book in webspeak should be usable as a stand alone textbook or as a companion to Edwards and Penney Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems Mostly OPEs but a little on PDEs Excellent PDE See Notes on Diffy Qs Differential Equations for Engineers By Ji í Lebl above Numerical methods Numerical methods links very comprehensive site by Douglas N Arnold at Penn State Numerical Methods for Engineers a full fourth year course on line by Dr Rukmini Sriranganathan formerly of Virginia Tech Nicely done Process Modelling pdf 266kb and Numerical Methods pdf 451kb excerpts from Engineering Physics 4D3 6D3 Nuclear Reactor Analysis Statistics and probability Probability Tools and Techniques pdf 386kb Chapter 2 of Engineering Physics 714 Nuclear Reactor Safety Design Chapter 3 Statistics for Small Systems pdf 158kb and Chapter 4 Statistics for Systems of Many Elements pdf 316kb from from EP2H4 Thermodynamics Bayes theorem An Intuitive Explanation of Bayesian Reasoning Bayes Theorem for the curious and bewildered an excruciatingly gentle introduction by Eliezer Yudkowsky Probability Theory and Bayesian Belief Bayesian

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later switch to another language since the concepts and constructs are universally sound Unfortunately it does not natively support plotting graphs so we need to augment C with a plotting tool One simple solution is to dump your answer to a text file and to import it into a spreadsheet for plotting and other post processing Speaking of spreadsheets just about every student these days has a computer with a word processor and a spreadsheet on it Microsoft Word and Excel are common So are WordPerfect and Quattro Wouldn t it be nice if you could extend your spreadsheet to do programming Guess what you can Excel for instance now includes VBA Visual Basic for Applications It is really easy to write a Basic program within the spreadsheet to do modeling calculations You can also call executables that you wrote in C FORTRAN Pascal or whatever So it is a good starting point What about FORTRAN A dead language Well it is getting harder to find FORTRAN compilers but there is a huge amount of legacy code out there in the engineering world that was written in FORTRAN I wouldn t count it out just yet And it just might be the ticket to a nice job But if you know C you can pick up FORTRAN easily enough Most math libraries are available in C or FORTRAN Speeds are comparable Visual Basic I like it Simple powerful But not as speedy as a compiled language like C or FORTRAN I do like the Microsoft VB development interface that suggests how to complete function calls etc Very user friendly Since the bulk of VB is included in Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft applications it is a no cost extension path for students Well worth a look It is good for

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