MMRW-BOOKS: Legacy books on slowing down, thermalization, particle transport theory, random processes in reactors.
Collected works of M.M.R. Williams, South Croydon Surrey, CR2 0DX, UK and is distributed through the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency Data Bank, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France.
Prof. M.M..R Williams has now released three of his legacy books for free distribution:
I- M. M. R. Williams: The Slowing Down and Thermalization of Neutrons, North-Holland Publishing Company - Amsterdam, 582 pages, 1966
PART I: The Thermal Energy Region
1. Introduction and Historical Review
2. The Scattering Kernel
3. Neutron Thermalization in an Infinite Homogeneous Medium
4. Neutron Thermalization in Finite Media
5. The Spatial Dependence of the Energy Spectrum
6. Reactor Cell Calculations
7. Synthetic Scattering Kernels
PART II: The Slowing Down Region
8. Scattering Kernels in the Slowing Down Region
9. Neutron Slowing Down in an Infinite Homogeneous Medium
10.Neutron Slowing Down and Diffusion
II- M. M. R. Williams: Mathematical Methods in Particle Transport Theory, Butterworths, London, 430 pages, 1971
1 The General Problem of Particle Transport
2 The Boltzmann Equation for Gas Atoms and Neutrons
3 Boundary Conditions
4 Scattering Kernels
5 Some Basic Problems in Neutron Transport and Rarefied Gas Dynamics
6 The Integral Form of the Transport Equation in Plane, Spherical and Cylindrical Geometries
7 Exact Solutions of Model Problems
8 Eigenvalue Problems in Transport Theory
9 Collision Probability Methods
10 Variational Methods
11 Polynomial Approximations
III- M. M. R. Williams: Random Processes in Nuclear Reactors, Pergamon Press Oxford New York Toronto Sydney, 243 pages, 1974
1. Historical Survey and General Discussion
2. Introductory Mathematical Treatment
3. Applications of the General Theory
4. Practical Applications of the Probability Distribution
5. The Langevin Technique
6. Point Model Power Reactor Noise
7. The Spatial Variation of Reactor Noise
8. Random Phenomena in Heterogeneous Reactor Systems
9. Associated Fluctuation Problems
Appendix: Noise Equivalent Sources.
Many Computers (M00020MNYCP00).
- M.M.R. Williams: The slowing down and thermalization of neutrons, North Holland, 1966 (582 pages)
- M.M.R. Williams: Mathematical method in particle transport theory , Butterworth, 1971 (430 pages)
- M.M.R. Williams: Random processes in nuclear reactors, Pergamon, 1974 (243 pages).
11. CONTENTS OF PACKAGE
This package is transmitted on a single CD which contains, reference material and documentation.
KEYWORDS: EACTOR PHYSICS; THERMALIZATION