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Welcome to CANTEACH
The most comprehensive public domain educational and reference library on CANDU technology.

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CANTEACH is a knowledge repository that provides high quality technical documentation relating to the CANDU nuclear energy system. This information is public and is intended for use in various aspects of education, training, design and operation.
The CANTEACH Project aims to provide an information exchange network for people interested in the CANDU energy system. Contributors are industry experts who hold valuable knowledge and experience in diverse aspects of CANDU technology and its applications, and unique expertise in the areas of science and technology, nuclear power design and construction, project management and development of engineering tools.
Contributors include people working in organizations that produce electrical power utilizing nuclear energy, CANDU power plant vendors, educational institutions, regulatory agencies and other CANDU-related organizations interested in freely exchanging educational and training materials.
If you are new to the topic of CANDU or if you are a teacher and looking for some introductory information, it is recommended that you visit Introduction to CANDU first.
Otherwise, check out what's new below or just browse the contents of our library using the menu bar above. Links to other sites containing information on CANDU and nuclear in general can be found on the Links page. 
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A CANDU1 Textbook is finally here: “The Essential CANDU”Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
9/2/2015 3:39 PM
Carver-intro.pdf* Selected Papers and Reports by M.B. Carver1/30/2017
Carver AECL-11387[3628]-WithAddendum.pdfNumerical Solution of the Thermalhydraulic  Conservation Equations from Fundamental Concepts to Multidimensional AnalysisAECL-11387, ARD-TD-550, Revision 1 (2017) to the original (1995)8/1/1995
The 51st Session of the MIT Professional Course on Nuclear Plant SafetyUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
Cambridge, MA6/19/2017