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

Reactor Technology I (L2/E1)

During the course the basics of nuclear reactors are covered paying particular attention to their operation and safety.The following questions of reactor physics are addressed in an elementary form.

These questions are:

Fission of Uranium 235

Course Prerequisites:

This course can be attended by students with completed "Vordiplom" in mechanical/electrical engineering or physics.

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 (heat engineering, materials science or neutron physics).

The lecture Reactor technology I 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

in room 413a