- Author:Theodore Rockwell
- Publisher:Wiley; 1 edition (August 25, 1995)
- Pages:411 pages
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The Rickover Effect is a riveting tale of genius and dedication told in intimate, human terms. He served as technical director of the .
The Rickover Effect is a riveting tale of genius and dedication told in intimate, human terms. Naval Reactors Program from 1954 to 1964.
The Rickover Effect: The Inside Story of How Adm. Hyman Rickover Built the Nuclear Navy. This book was endorsed by Admiral Rickover as it was written by Theodore Rockwell, one of the original Naval Reactors staffers. Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage. In fact, Ted had a book signing at one of our Naval Reactors reunions several years ago. I bought his book and he signed it for me. The book is factual and easy to read as it is anecdotal (Ted Rockwell tells many stories so it is fun to read). I have been involved with Nuclear Power for 37 years now.
The Rickover Effect book. Story of Admiral Hyman G. Rickover's development of the US Navy's nuclear fleet & his transformation of how industry operates, the "Rickover Effect".
The Public Rickover Getting Ready (1939-1947) Building a Decisive Weapon (1947-1952) Putting the Atom to Work (1950-1957) Upgrading the Quality of . Industry (1955-1960) Proclaiming the Need for Excellence (1959-1964) Extending the Rickover Effect (1964-1986) Epilogue Index.
The consummate inside story of Rickover's team: how they developed nuclear power, how they worked together .
The consummate inside story of Rickover's team: how they developed nuclear power, how they worked together, and their relationships with a revered, though controversial, boss. -Captain Edward L. Beach, USN (Re., author of Run Silent, Run Deep. In less than a decade, Hyman G. Rickover created the world's first nuclear submarine, the USS Nautilus, and built the world's first atomic power station.
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Rockwell, Theodore, The Rickover effect: the inside story of how Adm. Rickovertrained officers and enlisted men were soon in high demand by America's nuclear power industry. Hyman Rickover built the nuclear Navy, New York: J. Wiley, 1995. Encyclopedia of World Biography.
Admiral Hyman Rickover (1900-1986), the Father of the Nuclear Navy, was one .
Admiral Hyman Rickover (1900-1986), the Father of the Nuclear Navy, was one of the most successful-and controversial- public managers of the 20th Century. His accomplishments are the stuff of legend. For example, in three short years, Rickover’s team designed and built the first nuclear submarine-the Nautilus-an amazing feat of engineering given that it involved the development of the first use of a controlled nuclear reactor. The text below is an excerpt from a speech Rickover delivered at Columbia University in 1982, in which he succinctly outlined his management philosophy.
"This thought-provoking, well-written, and stimulating book . . . is an honest tribute to a man whose greatness will one day be recognized even more than it is today."—Associated Press
"Together with Rhodes's definitive account of the race . . . to develop a nuclear bomb, these two works constitute the most important contributions to date on the history of atomic energy."—Nuclear News
"The consummate inside story of Rickover's team: how they developed nuclear power, how they worked together, and their relationships with a revered, though controversial, boss."—Captain Edward L. Beach, USN (Ret.), author of Run Silent, Run Deep
In less than a decade, Hyman G. Rickover created the world's first nuclear submarine, the USS Nautilus, and built the world's first atomic power station. His unprecedented technological achievements overcame both natural and human obstacles and gave new meaning to the concept of industrial quality control.
Here is the critically acclaimed, authentic inside story, told by the man who worked at Rickover's side for fifteen years. Theodore Rockwell takes us behind the "zirconium curtain" to see the emergence of the commercial nuclear industry through the eyes of those who shaped it and to discover why Rickover provoked a storm of controversy. The Rickover Effect is a riveting tale of genius and dedication told in intimate, human terms.
Theodore Rockwell is an editor and author, as well as an expert on nuclear reactors who worked with Admiral Rickover from 1949 to 1964. He served as technical director of the U.S. Naval Reactors Program from 1954 to 1964.