Here is the listing of Best reference books on Nuclear Reactor Analysis.
|1. “Nuclear Reactor Analysis” by J.J. Duderstadt and L.J. Hamilton
Book Review: This is a very good book for beginner’s course in nuclear reactor analysis. It teaches the students the basic scientific principles of nuclear fission chain reaction and also provides a base for the application of principles to nuclear design and analysis of reactors. The book also introduces the students to fundamental principles that solidify nuclear fission chain reactions thereby providing a transition to practical nuclear reactor design. The book also establishes a close relationship between nuclear analysis of reactors and non-nuclear aspects of core analysis.
|2. “Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Theory” by J.R. Lamarsh|
|3. “Nuclear Reactor Theory” by G. I. Bell and S. Glasstone|
|4. “Nuclear Reactor Physics” by Weston M. Stacey|
|5. “Reference Neutron Radiographs of Nuclear Reactor Fuel” by J. C. Domanus|
|6. “Nuclear Fission Reactors” by Kessler|
|7. “Neutron Physics for Nuclear Reactors” by Enrico Fermi|
|8. “Nuclear Reactor Analysis” by S, DUDERSTADT|
|9. “Terrestrial Nuclear Processes” by John P. Wallace|
|10. “Handbook of Nuclear Engineering” by Dan Gabriel Cacuci|
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