Thesis about Tomographic Measurement Technique for Irradiated Nuclear Fuel Assemblies

Inside the thesis we can read explanation related to the measurement technique, ray flux distribution, gamma ray flux, measurements, electric energy, energy, reactor core, gamma ray source, the gamma ray, and measurement technique. This thesis presents information related to reactor, nuclear, gamma ray detection, neutrons, data acquisition systems, measurement, tomographic reconstructions, the neutron flux, flux distribution, and the nuclear power.

There are many explanation such as tomography, nuclear fuel, gamma ray detectors, nuclear power, reactors, gamma radiation source, gamma energies, tomographic measurements, chain reaction, and uranium are presented in the thesis. Here are grabbed from this thesis:

An iteration scheme used in algebraic tomographic reconstructions. Additive Simultaneous Iterative Reconstruction Technique. An iteration scheme used in algebraic tomographic reconstructions. Barn. A unit for cross section of nuclear interaction. Cross section can be interpreted in terms of probability for interaction. Bismuth germanate (Bi4Ge3O12). A scintillation material for gamma-ray detection. Burnup. The total amount of energy produced in nuclear fuel. Power integrated over time. BU is often expressed in the unit GWd/tU. Boiling water reactor. Swedish interim storage for spent nuclear fuel (Centralt mellanlager för använt kärnbränsle). Germanium. A semi-conducting element suitable for gamma-ray detection.

Also, the thesis explains discussion about standard deviation, nuclear weapons, tomographic technique, radiation, power distribution, nuclear material, flux, gamma radiation, and tomographic.

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