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Catalogue data in Autumn Semester The first semester takes place in Lausanne. Students therefore have to enroll at EPFL. Hydrakliques more information about the curriculum and courses see: No enrolment to this course at ETH Zurich. Book the corresponding module directly at EPFL.
Only for Nuclear Enginering MSc.
hydrauliquee Students who fulfill the following criteria are allowed to begin with their Master’s Thesis: In this course, one acquires an understanding of the basic neutronics interactions occurring in a nuclear fission reactor and, as such, the conditions for establishing and controlling a nuclear chain reaction.
By the end of the course, the student must hyxrauliques able to: Constitution of the nucleus and discovery of the neutron – Nuclear reactions and radioactivity – Cross sections – Differences between fusion and fission.
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53 cours, 1079 corrigés d’examens & 13 livres de génie mécanique
To gain hands-on experience in the conduction of nuclear radiation measurements, as also in the execution and analysis of reactor physics experiments using the CROCUS reactor. Basic heat removal phenomena in a reactor core, limits for heat generation and technological consequences arising from fuel, cladding and coolant properties, main principles of reactor thermal design, as well as the general design of the nuclear power plant with its main and auxiliary systems are explained.
The system technology of the most important thermal and fast reactor types is introduced. Nuclear Safety 2nd sem.
An introductory course in the basic concepts of radiation detection and interactions and energy deposition by ionizing radiation in matter, radioisotope production and its applications in medicine, industry and research. The course includes presentations, lecture notes, problem sets and seminars.
Explain the basic physics principles that underpin radiotherapy, e. Explain the interaction mechanisms of ionizing radiation at keV and MeV energies with matter. Explain the principles of radiation dosimetry. Explain the principles of therapeutic radiation physics including X-rays, electron beam physics, radioactive sources, use of unsealed sources and Brachytherapy.
Describe how to use radiotherapy equipment both for tumour localisation, planning and treatment. Define quality assurance and quality control, in the context of radiotherapy and the legal requirements. Explain the principles and practice of radiation protection, dose limits, screening and protection mechanisms. Explain the use of radiation in industrial and research applications. Mastering the scientific design of a hydraulic machine, pump and turbine, by using the most advanced engineering design tools.
For each chapters the theoretical basis are first established and then practical solutions are discussed with the help of recent design examples. The goal of the course is to provide the physics and technology basis for controlled fusion research, from the main elements of plasma physics to the reactor concepts.
Tokamak and Stellarator 7 Waves in plasma 8 Wave-particle interactions 9 Heating and non inductive current drive by radio frequency waves 10 Heating and non inductive current drive by neutral particle beams 11 Material science and technology: Low and high Temperature superconductor – Properties of material under irradiation 12 Some nuclear aspects of a fusion reactor: Tritium production 13 Licensing a fusion reactor: Basic knowledge of electricity and magnetism, and of simple concepts of fluids.
The course presents basic physics ideas underlying the workings of modern accelerators. We will examine key features and limitations of these machines as used in accelerator driven sciences like high energy physics, materials and life sciences.
Overview, history and fundamentals Transverse particle dynamics linear and nonlinear Longitudinal particle dynamics Linear accelerators Circular accelerators Acceleration and RF-technology Beam diagnostics Accelerator magnets Injection and extraction systems Synchrotron radiation. The focus is not only on risk and dose to the patient and staff, but also on an objective description of the image quality. X-ray production, Radiation-patient interaction, Image detection and display Image quality: External irradiation, Internal contamination, compartmental models Physics of computer tomography CT Risk and radiation: Rational risk and state of our knowledge, Psychological aspects, Ethics and communication Physics of single-photon emission computed tomography SPECT Physics of mammography Receiver operating characteristics ROC and hypothesis testing: Link between medical diagnostic and statistical hypothesis testing, Sensitivity, specificity, prevalence, predictive values Physics of radioscopy Model observers in medical imaging: Human visual characteristics and their quantification, Bayesian cost and Ideal model observer, Anthropomorphic model observers, Detection experiments rating, M-AFC, yes-no Physics of positron emission tomography PET Physics of resonance magnetic imaging.
In this lecture, symmetry and conservation law are applied to derive wave functions for elementary particles. Relativistic wave functions are analysed and applied for massive and massless particles. Different ideas on antiparticles are explored.
Present the basic and common notions needed for describing atomic, nuclear and elementary particle physics. Quantum mechanics, electrodynamics and special relativity Recommended courses: Nuclear and particle physics Important concepts to start the course: Symmetry and conservation, lorentz invariance and spin and statistics. The goal of the lecture is to present the principles of the energy conversion for conventional and renewable energy resources and to explain the most important parameters that define the energy conversion efficiency, resources implications and economics of the energy conversion technologies.
Batteries, compressed air, pumped hydro, thermal storage – Integrated urban systems. Slides, videos and other documents are available on moodle http: Conservation principles energy, mass, momentum. The course presents the detection of ionizing radiation in the keV and MeV energy ranges.
It covers the several steps of detection, and the detectors, instrumentations and measurements methods commonly used in the nuclear field. Radiation detection and measurement, Glenn F. The elective project has the purpose to train the students in the solution of specific engineering problems related to nuclear technology. This makes use of the technical and social skills acquired during the master’s program. Tutors propose the subject of the project, elaborate the project plan, and define the roadmap together with their students, as well as monitor the overall execution.
The elective project is designed to train the students in the solution of specific engineering problems.
This makes use of the technical and social skills acquired during the master’s programme. The course deals with the important challenges for materials structural and fuel for current and advanced nuclear power plants.
Experimental techniques and tools used for working with active materials are discussed in detail. Students will be well acquainted with analytical and modeling methodologies for damage assessment and residual life determination and with the behavior of high burnup fuel.
The behaviour of materials in nuclear reactors determines the reliability and safety of nuclear power plants NPPs. Life extension and the understanding of fuel behavior under high burn-up conditions is of central importance for current-day NPPs.
The course will highlight the above needs from different points of view. Experimental methods for the control and analysis of nuclear components and materials in operating NPPs will be presented. Advanced analytical and modeling tools will be introduced for characterization and understanding of irradiation damage, creep, environment effects, etc.
Insights acquired from recent experimental programs into high burnup fuel behavior under hypothetical accident conditions RIA, LOCA will be presented. Materials for advanced future nuclear plants will be discussed. To acquire hands-on experience with the running of large computer codes in relation to the static analysis of nuclear reactor cores and the multi-physics simulation of nuclear power plant NPP dynamic behaviour.
Fernandez MoguelB. Deep understanding of the processes associated with core degradation and fuel melting in case of sustained lack of Core Cooling Systems, potential threats to the containment integrity, release and transport of active and inactive materials, the function of the containment, countermeasures mitigating release of radioactive material into the environment accident management measures, back-fitting and extended designassessment of timing and amounts of released radioactive material source term.
Physical basic understanding of severe accident phenomenology: Probabilistic assessment and interfacing with severe accident phenomenology. Aim of this course is to provide the students with an overview of the multidisciplinary issues that have to be addressed for the successful decommissioning of NPPs. Students will get exposed to principles of project management, operations management, cost estimations, radiological characterization, technologies relevant to the safe dismantling of NPPs and best-practice in the context of radioactive waste management.
Legal framework, project management and operations methods and tools, cost estimation approaches and methods, nuclear calculations and on-site radiological characterization and inventorying, state-of-the-art technologies for decontamination and dismantling, safety considerations, state-of-the-art practice for radioactive waste treatment, packaging and transport, interface with radioactive waste management and disposal.
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The course will additionally include student visits to relevant nuclear sites in Switzerland and Germany. Planning, Execution and International Experience”, M. Laraia, Woodhead Publishing, 2. Methods and Tools”, G.
Nussbaum, Wiley, 3. Flyvbjerg, Oxford University Press, The main objective of the week internship is to expose master’s students to the tkrbomachines work environment within the field of nuclear energy. During this period, students have the opportunity to be involved in on-going projects at the host institution.
The semester project is designed to train the students in the solution of specific engineering problems. Master’s Thesis Nuclear Engineering Students who fulfill the following criteria are allowed to begin with their Master’s Thesis: Master’s programs are concluded by the master’s thesis. The thesis is aimed at enhancing the student’s capability to work independently toward the solution of a theoretical or applied problem.
The subject of the master’s thesis, as well as the project plan and roadmap, are proposed by teh dours and further elaborated with the student.