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19680101.pdf
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The Performance of Zirconium Alloy Clad UO2 Fuel for Canadian Pressurized and Boiling Water Power ReactorsR. D. Page and A. D. LaneAECL5/1/1968Report37000 FuelMaterials EngineeringFunction; PerformanceDesign; Development; OperationEngineer
This paper presents the most recent information (as of 1968) on the performance of CANDU fuel, and goes on to summarize the results of an extensive irradiation program to develop fuels for boiling water cooled reactors.
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19710101.pdf
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Commissioning and Operating Experience with Canadian Nuclear Electric StationsPaper No. A/Conf. 49/A/148 presented at the Fourth U.N. International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, 6-16 September, 1971L. W. Woodhead, D. C. Milley, K. E. Elston, E.P. Horton, A. Dahlinger and R.C. JohnstonAECL9/6/1971Report90000 Operations and CommissioningNuclear EngineeringPerformanceCommissioning; OperationEngineer; Manager; Technician
 
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19720101.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 1 - IntroductionG.A. PonAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720102.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 2 - RadiationG. CowperAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
1001 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/26/2011 12:10 PMBill Garland2010 - 12AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power Symposium
19720103.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 3 - Power Reactor TypesG.L. BrooksAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720104.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 4 - Reactor PhysicsE. CritophAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720105.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 5 - Canadian Reactor FuelR.D. PageAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720108.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 8 - System AnalysisD.B. PrimeauAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720109.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 9 - Reactor and Station ControlE.M. YaremyAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720110.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 10 - Plant LayoutR.B.V. SimmonsAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720111.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 11 - Accident AnalysisJ.D. SainsburyAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720112.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 12 - LicensingL. PeaseAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720113.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 13 - TrainingG.R. HoweyAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720114.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 14 - Canadian Power Reactor Fuel.  See AECL 5609 doc#19760101 for an updated version.R. D. PageAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720115.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 15 - ConstructionV.A. HarrisonAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720116.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 16 - CostsD.L.S. BateAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720117.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLecture 17 - Development PotentialW.B. LewisAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19720167.pdf
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AECL Lectures on Nuclear Power SymposiumLectures 6 and 7 - Heat Transport and Auxiliary SystemsR.H. RenshawAECL5/25/1972Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; Design Analysis; Safety; Safety AnalysisCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19750101.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemTable of Contents and Chapter 1: IntroductionArchie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
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19750102.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemChapter 2: Nuclear ProcessesArchie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
482 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:37 PMBill Garland2010 - 12An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion System
19750103.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemChapter 3: Neutron PhysicsArchie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
554 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:37 PMBill Garland2010 - 12An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion System
19750104.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemChapter 4: Reactor StaticsArchie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
635 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:37 PMBill Garland2010 - 12An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion System
19750105.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemChapter 5: Reactor DynamicsArchie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
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19750106.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemChapter 6: Control and OperationsArchie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
487 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:37 PMBill Garland2010 - 12An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion System
19750107.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemChapter 7: Thermal-hydraulic AnalysisArchie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
429 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:37 PMBill Garland2010 - 12An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion System
19750108.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemChapter 8: Nuclear Reactor MaterialsArchie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
763 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:37 PMBill Garland2010 - 12An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion System
19750109.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemChapter 9: Safety AnalysisArchie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
149 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:37 PMBill Garland2010 - 12An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion System
19750110.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemChapter 10: CANDU Reactors part 1Archie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
746 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:37 PMBill Garland2010 - 12An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion System
19750111.pdf
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An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion SystemChapter 10: CANDU Reactors part 2Archie HarmsMcMaster University5/25/1972Book03300 Nuclear EngineeringNuclear EngineeringBasic Equations; Conceptual; Intro and Overview; Reactor Physics; ThermalhydraulicsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
670 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:37 PMBill Garland2010 - 12An Introduction to the CANDU Nuclear Energy Conversion System
19760101.pdf
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Canadian Power Reactor FuelAECL 5609, updated version of Lecture 14 of the 1974 Nuclear Power Symposium Series, doc#19720114R.D. PageAECL3/1/1976Report03000 Engineering Science and Technology; 37000 FuelMaterials Engineering; Mechanical EngineeringHeat Transfer; ThermalhydraulicsDesign DescriptionCollege; Engineer; Technician; Ugrad
8380 KB12/8/2010 11:43 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:39 PMBill Garland2010 - 12Canadian Power Reactor Fuel
19860101.pdf
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Safety and Licensing Philosophy and Experience at Ontario Hydro Nuclear Generating StationsW. LeeOPG1/1/1986Paper03600 Nuclear Safety (Reactor); 10000 Site and ImprovementsNuclear EngineeringSafetySafetyOperation; SafetyEngineer; Grad; Manager; Technician; Ugrad
As published in the Canadian Nuclear Society Bulletin Vol. 7, No. 1, 1986 with the kind permission of the CNS:  The safely and licensing philosophy adopted by Ontario Hydro in establishing the need for retrofit design modifications to CANDU nuclear generating stations in operation since the early 1970's is discussed. This philosophy was developed in response to regulatory requests to determine whether this need exists in view of the more extensive safely and licensing design features incorporated in recent CANDU nuclear generating stations compared to the earlier designs.  These addition features generally
reflect evolving safety knowledge and licensing requirements over time.
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19890101.pdf
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CANDU Advanced Plutonium Burner - The Canadian Response to the ALWRA.R. Dastur and A.C. Mao AECL5/1/1989Paper03300 Nuclear Engineering; 31000 Reactor; 37000 FuelNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Reactor PhysicsReactor PhysicsConceptEngineer; Grad; Manager; Ugrad; Vendor
As published in the Canadian Nuclear Society Bulletin Vol. 10, No. 3, 1989 with the kind permission of the CNS:   It is demonstrated that the prescnt CANDU design concept has potential for increased conversion and resource utilization compared with other reactor concepts.  Discussed here is a CANDU based concept thau utilizes energy produced by subcritical multiplication in a fertile region designed for accelerated plutonium production is presented. Its feasibility is based on incorporating the channels with fertile material into the primary heal transport circuit. Calculations with multigroup transport codes predict very high fuel utilization due to the production and burnup of fissile plutonium in the fertile region.
293 KB5/14/2012 9:11 AMBill Garland5/14/2012 9:21 AMBill Garland2012 - 05CANDU Advanced Plutonium Burner - The Canadian Response to the ALWR
19910101.pdf
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Chernobyl – A Canadian PerspectiveV.G. Snell and J.Q. HowiesonAECL8/1/1991Report31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringSafetyConcept; Design; Operation; SafetyEngineer; Manager; Vendor
This brochure looks at the Canadian CANDU (CANada Deuterium Uranium) reactor to see how it stacks up in its ability to tolerate the sorts of mistakes that were made at Chernobyl.
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19930101.pdf
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A Short History of the CANDU Nuclear Power SystemGordon L. BrooksAECL2/1/1993Paper03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewConcept; Design; OperationCollege; Engineer; Manager; Ugrad
This paper provides a short historical summary of the evolution of the CANDU nuclear power system with emphasis on the roles played by Ontario Hydro and private sector companies in Ontario in collaboration with Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL).
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19930201.pdf
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Fundamentals of Power ReactorsScience & Engineering Fundamentals - Part 1CNSC1/1/1993Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewConcept; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
Fundamentals of power reactors covering basic nuclear processes, basic thermodynamics, thermalhydraulics, materials, nuclear systems and radiation protection.
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19930202.pdf
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Fundamentals of Power ReactorsScience & Engineering Fundamentals - Part 2CNSC1/1/1993Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewConcept; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
7477 KB12/8/2010 11:44 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:43 PMBill Garland2010 - 12Fundamentals of Power Reactors
19930203.pdf
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Fundamentals of Power ReactorsNuclear Reactor System - Part 1CNSC1/1/1993Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewConcept; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
6165 KB12/8/2010 11:44 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 5:46 PMBill Garland2010 - 12Fundamentals of Power Reactors
19930204.pdf
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Fundamentals of Power ReactorsNuclear Reactor System - Part 2CNSC1/1/1993Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewConcept; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19930205.pdf
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Fundamentals of Power ReactorsNuclear Reactor System - Part 3CNSC1/1/1993Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewConcept; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19930206.pdf
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Fundamentals of Power ReactorsNuclear Reactor System - Part 4CNSC1/1/1993Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewConcept; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19930207.pdf
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Fundamentals of Power ReactorsRadiation ProtectionCNSC1/1/1993Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewConcept; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19950101.pdf
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Canada's Nuclear Achievement: Technical and Economic PerspectivesT.E. RUMMERY and J.A. MACPHERSONAECL7/1/1995Paper00000 General ProjectHistoryIntro and OverviewGeneralCollege; Engineer; Grad; High; Manager; Technician; Ugrad; Vendor
As published in the Canadian Nuclear Society Bulletin Vol. 16, No. 2, 1995 with the kind permission of the CNS:   Canada's leading role and eminent accomplishments in nuclear development now span more than half a century. They encompass aspects as diverse as the design and sale of nuclear power reactors and research reactor technology, to the establishment of a corps of scientists, engineers and technologists with the expertise to address a wide scope of important nuclear science issues. To address the many facets of Canada's nuclear activities over the past 50 years would obviously require space far beyond that available in this paper. We have therefore limited this review to highlights we judge to be the most pertinent and interesting from an historical, technical and economic perspective. We also indicate briefly our view of the future of nuclear power in the overall context of energy needs in a world that is becoming more industrial and increasingly environmentally conscious.
853 KB3/4/2012 9:56 AMBill Garland5/14/2012 10:25 AMBill Garland3/4/20122012 - 03Canada's Nuclear Achievement: Technical and Economic Perspectives
19980101.pdf
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Introduction to CANDU 6 - Overheads for a course presented at Xi'an Jiaotong University, 1998-09-22 to 25Comparison of PHWR and PWRD.A. Meneley and Y.Q. RuanAECL9/22/1998Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19980102.pdf
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Introduction to CANDU 6 - Overheads for a course presented at Xi'an Jiaotong University, 1998-09-22 to 25Reactor and Fuel HandlingD.A. Meneley and Y.Q. RuanAECL9/22/1998Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19980103.pdf
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Introduction to CANDU 6 - Overheads for a course presented at Xi'an Jiaotong University, 1998-09-22 to 25Moderator, HTS, Heavy WaterD.A. Meneley and Y.Q. RuanAECL9/22/1998Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19980104.pdf
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Introduction to CANDU 6 - Overheads for a course presented at Xi'an Jiaotong University, 1998-09-22 to 25Main Steam & T/G SystemsD.A. Meneley and Y.Q. RuanAECL9/22/1998Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
2565 KB12/8/2010 11:44 AMMersedeh Safa11/21/2011 8:41 PMBill Garland2010 - 12Introduction to CANDU 6 - Overheads for a course presented at Xi'an Jiaotong University, 1998-09-22 to 25
19980105.pdf
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Introduction to CANDU 6 - Overheads for a course presented at Xi'an Jiaotong University, 1998-09-22 to 25Special Safety SystemsD.A. Meneley and Y.Q. RuanAECL9/22/1998Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Intro and Overview; Process SystemsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19980106.pdf
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Introduction to CANDU 6 - Overheads for a course presented at Xi'an Jiaotong University, 1998-09-22 to 25CANDU Reactor ControlD.A. Meneley and Y.Q. RuanAECL9/22/1998Course03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyElectrical Engineering; Nuclear EngineeringConceptual; Function; Process SystemsConcept; Design; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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19990101.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999CANDU Nuclear Power Plant DesignV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
1607 KB12/8/2010 11:44 AMMersedeh Safa12/25/2011 6:42 AMBill Garland2010 - 12CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999
19990102.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Risk from Nuclear Power PlantsV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990103.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Nuclear Safety CharacteristicsV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
280 KB12/8/2010 11:44 AMMersedeh Safa12/25/2011 6:42 AMBill Garland2010 - 12CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999
19990104.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Thermalhydraulic Safety Characteristics of CANDU ReactorsF.J. DoriaAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
1156 KB12/8/2010 11:44 AMMersedeh Safa12/25/2011 6:42 AMBill Garland2010 - 12CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999
19990105.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Safety Functions - Shutdown SystemsV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990106.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Heat RemovalV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990107.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Emergency Core CoolingV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990108.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999ContainmentV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990109.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Grouping and SeparationV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990110.pdf
19990110Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Design and Analysis ProcessF.J. DoriaAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990111.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Reactivity ControlV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990112.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Large Loss of Coolant AccidentF.J. DoriaAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990113.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Small Loss of Coolant AccidentF.J. DoriaAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990114.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Loss of Heat SinkV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990115.pdf
19990115Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Loss of Forced CirculationV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990116.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Large Loss of Coolant Accident with Coincident Loss of Emergency Core CoolingF.J. DoriaAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990117.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Severe Core Damage AccidentsV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990118.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Safety Research and DevelopmentV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990119.pdf
19990119Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Safety Research and Development ProgramsF.J. DoriaAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990120.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Safety Analysis ToolsF.J. DoriaAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990121.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Probabilistic Safety AnalysisV.G. Snell and R. JaitlyAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990122.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Regulation of CANDUV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990123.pdf
19990123Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Regulatory Requirements for DesignV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990124.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999Regulatory Requirements for Accident AnalysisV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990125.pdf
19990125Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999CANDU 9 Design OverviewV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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19990126.pdf
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CANDU Safety - presentations in Shanghai, 1999CANDU 9 Safety and LicensabilityV. SnellAECL6/21/1999Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptualDesign; SafetyEngineer; Manager
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20000101.pdf
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* How and Why is CANDU designed the way it isBill GarlandCANTEACH12/1/2000Paper03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyNuclear EngineeringIntro and OverviewOverviewConcept; DesignHigh
Why we need nuclear power; A look at the nuclear reactor in a nutshell; The engineering approach - CANDUs are engineered systems, typified by functional decomposition; A quick overview of CANDU vs PWR vs BWR and others.
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20000201.pdf
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A Reactor Cannot Explode Like a Nuclear BombDan MeneleyIndividual Contributions11/1/2000Lecture03600 Nuclear Safety (Reactor)Nuclear EngineeringConceptual; PerformanceConcept; Design; Operation; SafetyCollege; Engineer; Manager; Technician; Vendor
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20000301.pdf
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Safety Analysis Technology: Evolution, Revolution and the Drive to Re-Establish MarginsJohn C LuxatOPG9/13/2000Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringPerformanceCommissioning; Design; Operation; SafetyEngineer; Technician
A historical perspective of the evolution of safety analysis technology at OPG is presented below. The key elements of the new safety analysis methodology are then described together with its relationship to other components of Canadian nuclear safety technology. This development is placed in context with similar work being conducted in the international Light Water Reactor (LWR) community.
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20000401.pdf
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The CANDU System: A Canadian AchievementAdam McLeanUniversity of Toronto11/15/2000Presentation00000 General ProjectGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewOperationCollege
A presentation on CANDU, its history and its achievements.
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20010101.pdf
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A Human Turning Point – Nuclear EnergyDan MeneleyIndividual Contributions3/6/2001Lecture00000 General ProjectGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewOperationCollege
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20010201.pdf
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Fuel for the Next MillenniaDan MeneleyAECL3/6/2001Presentation37000 FuelNuclear EngineeringFuel ManagementConcept; Design; OperationEngineer; Manager
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20010301.pdf
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CANDU Origins and EvolutionOverviewGordon L.Brooks and John S. FosterAECL2/1/2001Paper03000 Engineering Science and Technology; 31000 ReactorGeneral Engineering; Nuclear EngineeringConceptual; Important Parameters; Intro and OverviewOverviewConcept; Design; Design EvolutionManager
While the name 'CANDU' was not adopted until the 1960's, the CANDU program can be considered to have started in early 1954. At that time, a team, called the Nuclear Power Group, was established to undertake studies intended to identify a potential Canadian nuclear power system. While the team operated under the auspices of AECL and was located in Building 456 at AECL's Chalk River Laboratory, its membership was drawn from a cross-section of Canadian utility and industrial organizations supported, as required, with "nuclear" expertise provided by AECL staff.
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20010302.pdf
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CANDU Origins and EvolutionWhy CANDUGordon L.BrooksAECL2/1/2001Paper03000 Engineering Science and Technology; 31000 ReactorGeneral Engineering; Nuclear EngineeringConceptual; Important Parameters; Intro and OverviewOverviewConcept; Design; Design EvolutionManager
This monograph is intended to answer, in simple terms, the question of "Why CANDU"; that is, why the CANDU nuclear power reactor is the way it is and why it differs from other commercially developed nuclear power reactors, particularly the light water type of reactors originally developed in the United States and now used in many countries.
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20010303.pdf
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CANDU Origins and EvolutionFigure of 8Gordon L.BrooksAECL2/1/2001Paper03000 Engineering Science and Technology; 33100 Main Heat Transport SystemNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Important Parameters; Intro and OverviewOverviewConcept; Design; Design EvolutionManager
This monograph discusses the origins and early evolution of the basic "figure of 8" heat transport system arrangement that has been employed in most CANDU reactors to date.
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20010304.pdf
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CANDU Origins and EvolutionEmergency Core Cooling SystemGordon L.BrooksAECL2/1/2001Paper03000 Engineering Science and Technology; 34000 Auxiliary SystemNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Important Parameters; Intro and OverviewOverviewDesign; Design EvolutionManager
This monograph discusses the origins and evolution of the emergency core cooling systems provided for CANDU reactors.
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20010305.pdf
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CANDU Origins and EvolutionThe Origin and Evolution of the Second Shutdown SystemGordon L.BrooksAECL2/1/2001Paper03000 Engineering Science and Technology; 31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringConceptual; Important Parameters; Intro and OverviewOverviewConcept; Design; Design EvolutionManager
The historical origins of the second shutdown system, as applied to Bruce-A and all subsequent CANDU reactors, are discussed in two parts. The first deals with the evolution of licensing requirements for a second shutdown system and the second deals with the origins of the fast liquid poison injection system chosen for the second shutdown system.
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20010401.pdf
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Starting Up a CANDU ReactorAbbreviated Step-by Step ProcedureDan MeneleyAECL7/20/2001Paper90000 Operations and CommissioningNuclear EngineeringReactor PhysicsOperationCollege; Engineer; Manager; Technician; Ugrad
CANDU power reactor designers and operators are fully aware of the need for caution in starting up power reactors. However, the open literature describing these established methods is quite sparse, especially with regard to the unique advantages in operability and safety that arise from the computer-driven Reactor Regulating System (RRS). The following text provides a general outline of one procedure appropriate for start-up of a CANDU 6 reactor.
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20010501.pdf
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CANDU PosterAECL1/1/2001Presentation03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewOperationHigh
Handy overview poster showing the major components and concepts of CANDU.
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20010601.pdf
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CANDU - How a Reactor WorksAECL1/2/2001Presentation03000 Engineering Science and TechnologyGeneral EngineeringIntro and OverviewOverviewOperationHigh
A handy overview poster showing how a CANDU reactor works.
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20010701.pdf
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Why a Chernobyl-type accident cannot happen in CANDU reactorsAECL1/3/2001Presentation31000 ReactorNuclear EngineeringSafetyConcept; Design; Operation; SafetyEngineer; Manager; Vendor
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20030100.pdf
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Reactor Physics CourseCover PageCNSC1/1/2002Course31000 ReactorNuclear Engineering; PhysicsConceptual; Reactor PhysicsReactor PhysicsConcept; DesignEngineer; Ugrad
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20030101.pdf
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Reactor Physics CourseCNSC1/1/2002Course31000 ReactorNuclear Engineering; PhysicsConceptual; Reactor PhysicsReactor PhysicsConcept; DesignEngineer; Ugrad
This Training Manual assumes prior knowledge of Nuclear Theory. It extends this information into a discussion of Reactor Physics, particularly as it relates to CANDU reactors. The course begins with the general principles of reactor configuration required to maintain a selfsustaining chain reaction. It continues with reactor dynamics (in both the critical and subcritical core), reactivity feedback effects (temperature effects, fission product poisoning, and fuel burnup), and ends with operational considerations (at low and high power).
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Reactor Physics CourseReview questions (English)CNSC1/1/2002Course31000 ReactorNuclear Engineering; PhysicsConceptual; Reactor PhysicsReactor PhysicsConcept; DesignEngineer; Ugrad
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20030103.pdf
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Reactor Physics CourseReview questions (French)CNSC1/1/2002Course31000 ReactorNuclear Engineering; PhysicsConceptual; Reactor PhysicsReactor PhysicsConcept; DesignEngineer; Ugrad
140 KB12/8/2010 11:44 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 7:41 PMBill Garland2010 - 12Reactor Physics Course
20030200.pdf
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Mechanical Equipment CourseCover PageCNSC1/1/2002CourseMechanical EngineeringConceptualMechanicalConcept; Design; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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20030201.pdf
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Mechanical Equipment CourseCNSC1/1/2002CourseMechanical EngineeringConceptualMechanicalConcept; Design; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
This course covers the following areas pertaining to mechanical equipment: Vibrations, Valves, Steam Traps, Flow sheets
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20030202.pdf
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Mechanical Equipment CourseVibrationsCNSC1/1/2002CourseMechanical EngineeringConceptualMechanicalConcept; Design; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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20030203.pdf
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Mechanical Equipment CourseValvesCNSC1/1/2002CourseMechanical EngineeringConceptualMechanicalConcept; Design; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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20030204.pdf
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Mechanical Equipment CourseFlowsheetsCNSC1/1/2002CourseMechanical EngineeringConceptualMechanicalConcept; Design; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
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20030300.pdf
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Materials CourseCover PageCNSC1/1/2002CourseMaterials EngineeringCorrosion; RadiationMaterialsConcept; Design; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
This course covers the following areas pertaining to Mechanical Properties: Mechanical and Thermal Stress, Corrosion, Pressure Tubes and Fuel Bundles
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20030301.pdf
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Materials CourseCNSC1/1/2002CourseMaterials EngineeringCorrosion; RadiationMaterialsConcept; Design; OperationCollege; Engineer; Ugrad
825 KB12/8/2010 11:44 AMMersedeh Safa9/15/2011 7:41 PMBill Garland2010 - 12Materials Course
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