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ENER-2205 - Intro to Nuclear Power & Plant Layout

Prerequisite(s): ENER2102 This course will introduce the student to the technology of nuclear power generation used in modern power producing nuclear plants. An overview will be provided on how electricity is produced from nuclear energy, the basic mechanical systems and components necessary to all electrical generation facilities and the special systems associated with nuclear facilities. This course also covers the purpose, operation, flow paths and system interactions of basic reactor systems. Emergency operating procedures, automatic control systems, abnormal system conditions, alarm systems are among the many topics covered in this course.
Academic Level
Undergraduate
Subject
ENER-Energy Generation Oper
Department
Energy Generation Operations
Credits
4.5
Prerequisites
  • Take ENER-2120
Corequisites
None
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