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  Institute for Reactor Safety and Reactor Technology (Univ.-Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Hans-Josef Allelein)

Reactor Technology II (L2/E1)

Univ.-Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Hans-Josef Allelein

The subject of this lecture course considers the basic technological aspects of new nuclear reactor designs. The operating behaviour of different systems regarding material and heat engineering concepts as well as questions of economic interest are particularly presented.

The following subjects are specified:

cutout drawing of a nuclear powerplant with pressurized water reactor

Course Prerequisites:

This course can be attended by students with completed "Vordiplom" in mechanical/electrical engineering or physics. Knowledge of the lecture course "Reactor Technology I" is required.

Placements and Projects:

The departament, the Institute for Safety Research and Reactor Technology at the RC Jülich also in co-operation with industry offers several opportunities for placements, projects, diploma and PhD theses in reactor technology (materials science or neutron physics).

The lecture Reactor Technology II is suported by tuiton fees. You can get information on the use of tuiton fees at our institute from Sara Beck. Further Information on the use of tuiton fees at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering can be found on the web site of the faculty.

Consultation Hours

on appaointment