The principal focus of this course covers both primary and secondary side coolant chemistry. Background information is provided on fuel and degradation of plant materials because the primary coolant chemistry affects fuel performance but is generally targeted towards minimizing corrosion of structural materials and minimizing the buildup of plant activity. Information is provided on the nuclear and thermal-hydraulic behavior of fuel assemblies because irradiation and temperature are primary factors in the behavior of fuel materials.
This course involves reading technical reports, watching webinars and participating in online assessments (tests). To pass the tests you need to complete it with at least 70% correct answers. You have one hour (60 minutes) to finish the exam. If you fail to reach the 70% you may redo the test (up to 3 times). Once you have passed the exam you have completed this course. Well done! You will automatically receive an email with your certificate that you can print or share on social media including LinkedIn. If you need a printed certificate, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will send it to you via regular mail. You reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The course material, including the online content, can be accessed at times convenient for practicing Engineers and Managers.
The PowerPoint-presentations are available for download on almost all lectures. You will find them just before the lecture starts. (Some presentations are only partial. We apologize for any inconvenience.)
Please note that these PowerPoint-presentations are the actual file from the seminar that has been recorded. Therefore, there may occur spelling errors and/or less perfect pictures or slides. As the presentations are the expert’s own material we have not edited them before making these lectures available online.
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Please note that the time to read the literature may differ from reader to reader. We have given our approximation on the time required for reading. The below listed time for the lectures is the actual running time. More time may be needed to digest the information provided in this course.
- Total time: around 3 weeks of fulltime studies
- Literature: 90 h
- Lectures: 15 h
- 2 Exams: 2 h