NUC E 505 - Reactor Instrumentation and Control

Course Description

NUC E 505 - Reactor Instrumentation and Control (3): Reactor control principles; classical control methods; operational control problems; control simulation using modern mainframe and microcomputer software packages; reactor instrumentation.

Course Prerequisites

  • NUC E 302 or NUC E 401

Additional Information

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Turso, James

JAMES TURSO

SENIOR RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

Breazeale Nuclear Reactor

Office: 9610J ARL WEST IV - 1

Email: 

Phone: 814-863-4118

 
 

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