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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
  • Radiochemistry for Nuclear Fuel Cycle
  • Recycling Strategies in Generation IV systems
  • Dissolution of Spent Nuclear Fuel
  • Uranium and Plutonium Reprocessing: the PUREX Process
  • The Spent Nuclear Fuel: refabrication
  • Main issues related to the Pu-multirecycling in GEN IV systems
  • Reprocessing of Minor Actinides
TEACHING METHOD
Lectures and exercises.

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

Session 2019

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Session 2020

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Ref. 968 - Nuclear fuel cycle: from strategy to processes - International school in nuclear engineering

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