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1Title:  Reactor shielding design manual Add
 Chapter title:  "Introduction and outline of basic shielding theory" 
 Summary:  This manual, edited by Theodore Rockwell of the early Naval Reactors group, is designed to provide an engineering overview of shielding design issues. The introductory chapter provides a pathfinder for the manual as a whole. Rockwell defines "shield engineering" as "the art of [lowering radiation levels] within specified limits of weight, volume, or cost" (4). He notes that neutron and gamma radiation are the primary focus of shield design and describes methods (such as the use of specific materials and shield compositions) used to achieve neutron and gamma-ray attenuation. 
 Source:  http://www.osti.gov/bridge 
 Date:   1956 
 Subject(s):  Reactor shielding | Nuclear engineering | Naval Reactors 
 Type:  Text 
 Format:  PDF 
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