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968 Nuclear Fuel And Reprocessing
Petit Picto International
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2018

5 days (30 hours)
Marcoule
  • 29 January - 2 February 2018

Nuclear fuel cycle: from strategy to processes - International school in nuclear engineering

Reference: 968
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OBJECTIVES
Describe the main stages in the fuel cycle.
• Describe the chemichal processes used for fuel reprocessing.

• Present the R&D and the possible improvements.
AUDIENCE
The doctoral course is designed for young researchers, PhD students, post-doctorates and engineers from nuclear industry companies, research centres, Universities, Technical Safety Organizations (TSO), regulatory bodies.
PREREQUISITES
Minimum background: Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering.
CONTENT
- Fuel cycle and spent fuel.
- Fundamentals of fuel cycle: chemistry of actinides and fission products in solution.
- PUREX spent fuel processing: fundamental knowledge and industrial process.
- Minor actinide reprocessing.
- Advanced fuel cycles.
TEACHING METHOD
Lectures and exercises.

Maximum number of trainees: 24.
COLLABORATION
CEA/DEN (Nuclear Energy Division)

Session 2017

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Session 2018

PUBLIC PRICE

2350 €

Duration

5 days (30 hours)

VENUE AND DATE
Marcoule
  • 29 January - 2 February 2018
COORDINATION

Programme manager

Marcoule
  • Mme Isabelle RIBET
    Phone number: +33 4 66 79 18 50
CONTACT

Course organiser

Marcoule
  • Mme Nathalie NOZERAND
    nathalie.nozerand@cea.fr
    Phone number: +33 4 66 79 69 40

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