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MODULE DESCRIPTION

MODULE 1

BASICS IN NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGIES

In this seminar you will be taught the basic nuclear knowledge. This includes a summary of the historical developments as well as the physical-technical basics. For example, the meaning of the nuclide map, explanation of the mass defect and the binding energy. There will also be an introduction to reactor physics and reactor safety technology. In addition, the nuclear fuel cycle is treated from the extraction of uranium to enrichment and disposal of radioactive waste.

FACTS
DATE April 26th & 27th, 2022
DURATION 2 days
PRESENTATION LANGUAGE German
VENUE AiNT GmbH
Cockerillstr. 100
52222 Stolberg (Rhld.)

oder Online-Teilnahme
START 8:30 am
END 4:00 pm
SCOPE OF SERVICE Price includes lunch,
catering during breaks
and course materials.
ATTENDANCE FEE 995,- € (+ VAT)
max. 25 Participants
CONTENT
  • Basic knowledge of nuclear physics
  • Basics of nuclear technology
  • Reactor physics and reactor safety technology
  • Neutronics, moderation and criticality
  • Uranium enrichment
  • Nuclear fuel cycle
  • Basics of radiation protection
  • Radiation protection measures
  • Nuclear radiation measurement
  • Clearance and disposal of radioactive residues
  • Final disposal in Germany
LEARNING TARGETS

The aim of the seminar is to make you understand the basic physical-technical knowledge so that you get a sound overview of the basic topics, such as reactor safety and radiation protection. The lecturers will present the broad topic on the basis of concrete explanations and examples. Those will refer to historical developments to the current state of science and technology. That way you get an overview and an orientation on the subject of nuclear technology. In addition to the principles of radiation protection , the handling of radioactive substances and the ionizing radiation emitted by these substances will be explained. The effects of reactor accidents and the INES scale are also part of the seminar. As a follow up to this basic you will be able to dedicate individual topics in a targeted manner.

BOOKING

CONTACT PERSON

For any questions please contact
Ms. Helena Schunk during the
following office hours:

Monday to Friday
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

If you are interested in a seminar in English, please contact us.

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