Hertel, Nolan E.

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    Iran Nuclear Deal: Triumph of Diplomacy or Dangerous Precedent?
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-09-09) Carlson, Lonnie ; Garver, John ; Hayes, Jarrod ; Hertel, Nolan E. ; Kosal, Margaret E. ; Rubin, Lawrence
    The Nuclear Deal with Iran has generated a lot of buzz over the past several months. But what does it entail? Why are some happy with the deal and others not? What are the risks and rewards for such a deal? If you have asked yourself these questions, or simply want to know more about what the deal means for global politics, then please join faculty from the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and the School of Nuclear and Radiological Engineering as they discuss the drivers behind the Iran Nuclear Agreement and implications for it moving forward.
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    Georgia Tech radiological engineering course development
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-08-09) Hertel, Nolan E. ; Kahn, Bernd ; Rosson, Robert L. ; Utschig, Tris
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    Assessing internal contamination levels for fission product inhalation
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-10-15) Hertel, Nolan E.
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    Large area thermal and fast neutron detector based on Bragg-peak detection
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10) Hertel, Nolan E. ; Klein, Benjamin
    There is an ongoing effort to produce a near term replacement for 3He tubes. These thermal neutron detectors were a staple of neutron detection due to their large size, high efficiency and neutron‐gamma discrimination capabilities. The researchers at PNNL have envisioned a system which utilizes lithium fluoride (LiF) grains surrounded by scintillator materials as a possible replacement for 3He tubes. In support of the DOE/NA‐22 Scintillator Bead project, Georgia Tech has collaborated with PNNL to show feasibility of using micron‐sized scintillation coatings with micron‐sized 6LiF beads for the detection of thermal neutrons in optical fiber geometries. Georgia Tech’s efforts have included optical modeling of the fibers, neutron detector modeling, and the investigation of various coating techniques. Georgia Tech has also investigated the potential testing of lithium fluoride grains and coatings should they come available.
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    GNEP readiness at Georgia Tech
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-09) Rahnema, Farzad ; Hertel, Nolan E. ; Blaylock, Dwayne P.
    To prepare the Georgia Tech Nuclear and Radiological Engineering (NRE) program for research efforts needed in the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership the program used the funding to enhance both its computational and experimental capabilities. Approximately half the funding ($50,175) was used to purchase a department based high performance computing cluster. The remaining funds were used in the purchase of a flash Analog-to-Digital (ADC) digitizer.
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    Radiation modeling and testing in support of space radiation shielding of nanocomposites
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-03-05) Hertel, Nolan E.
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    Consolidated incineration facility health risk assessment
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995-08) Hertel, Nolan E.