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Name of course : Reactor Analysis and Design
Description : Elements of nuclear reactor theory for reactor core design and operation. Includes one-group neutron transport and multigroup diffusion models, analytical and numerical criticality search, and flux distribution and calculations for homogeneous and heterogeneous reactors, slowing down and thermalization models and transient isotopics. Laboratory observations and correlation of reactor measurements with theory.
Prerequisites : C or better in NE 301
Corequisites : MA 401
Comments :
Average user rating : 2
Average GPA of classes in course :
Std. dev. of classes in course :
Percentile within all courses : %
Percentile within department courses : %
 Spring 2010
Class Instructor Days Time Books Users
NE 401 section 001 Anistratov TuTh 1015AM-1130AM 0 0
NE 401 section 201 Anistratov MW 1015AM-1215PM 0 0
NE 401 section 202 Anistratov MW 1215PM-215PM 0 0
 Spring 2006
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
NE 401 section 001 Anistratov % 0
NE 401L section 201 Anistratov % 0
 Spring 2005
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
NE 401 section 001 Anistratov % 3
NE 401L section 201 Anistratov % 2
 Spring 2004
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
NE 401 section 001 Anistratov % 1
NE 401L section 201 Anistratov % 0
 Spring 2003
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
NE 401 section 001 Anistratov % 1
NE 401L section 201 Anistratov % 1
 Spring 2002
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
NE 401 section 001 Anistratov % 1
NE 401L section 201 Anistratov % 1
NE 401L section 202 Anistratov % 0
 User Ratings
nonlogic
All American
1252 Posts
user info
course :NE 401
course rating :4 - Awesome
course comments :Material is very interesting and you'll definitely be using it. Introduction to the methods of neutron (any particle) transport analysis.
class :Spring 2003 section 001
grade received :C+
class rating :1 - Bad
class comments :This class sucked, plain and simple. There were no homework solutions or exam solutions. Lots of work with little explanation of why it was wrong. My C+ was the highest grade in the class.
instructor :Anistratov
instructor rating :1 - Bad
instructor comments :He's brilliant, but he can't communicate to those who aren't on his level. Don't expect help on homework from him. He's available to talk to, but it rarely seems to help. Grading policy is no-curve.
lecatpuke
Veteran
170 Posts
user info
course :NE 401
course rating :1 - Bad
course comments :I don't like nuclear physics, so I didn't like the material. Just more abstract formulas that I'll never use by hand.
class :Spring 2005 section 001
grade received :C
class rating :2 - Average
class comments :He writes a million MPH, asks questions to let you catch up, and gives out homeworks due the next class. Doesn't care if you show up late. Curves all assignments at the time of grading. Doesn't throw any curve balls on exams, they usually come from the homeworks.
instructor :Anistratov
instructor rating :2 - Average
instructor comments :I didn't learn much of anything from him, but he's the most helpful guy and is very polite and respectful to his students.
lecatpuke
Veteran
170 Posts
user info
course :NE 401L
course rating :1 - Bad
course comments :NE401 labs were worthless, in my opinion. You get a little bit of insight, and it's cool to be in the reactor room, but otherwise they're just the precursor to lab reports.
class :Spring 2005 section 201
grade received :N/A
class rating :1 - Bad
class comments :Basically go into the reactor room, sit there for a few hours while the operator makes adjustments and calls out the data for you to record. Very little interaction. Lab reports are long and tedious.
instructor :Anistratov
instructor rating :2 - Average
instructor comments :Waldes knew his stuff, but was a strict grader.

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