Institut National Polytechnique De Grenoble

Nuclear Energy 1

4EUS31NU

Iowa State Course Substitution

ME Technical Elective

M E

Course Info
International Credits:
5.0
Converted Credits:
3.0
Semester:
spring
Country:
France
Language:
English
Course Description:
Nuclear Energy 1 - 4EUS31NU Goals Goals: This lesson provides the bases of nuclear physics, particle emissions and theirs effects. The second goal is to describe the characteristics and the specificities of nuclear energy production. Contact Gregoire KESSEDJIAN Content Items: Introductory to nuclear energy (Bernard Buirette) Nuclear and radioactivity- Nuclear and radioactivity; reactor generations; -Nuclear facilities in France; Surety principles *Nuclear physics and instrumentations (Grégoire Kessedjian) Subatomic particle properties; (wave - particles duality, element of restraint relativity: origin of mass energy) General characteristics of nuclei; radionuclide evolution ( decay chains and induced reactions) rays- matter interaction Experimental study : slowing down neutron measurement; study of gamma ray interaction using Ge detector. Prerequisites ABOUT US STUDIES RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES STUDENT LIFE Number of hours Lectures : 44.0 Tutorials : 8.0 Laboratory works : 8.0 ECTS : 5.0 Page 1 × * Prerequisites Atomic physics, quantum mechanics, wave mechanics Tests Evaluation (2h on table + short tests during class) 0.5*E1 + 0.25 * E2 0.25 * E3 Additional Information Course list Curriculum->Engineer IEN->Semester 3 Bibliography Introductory nuclear Physics, K.S.Krane Noyaux et particules, L.Valentin VERSION FRANÇAISE Voir la version française de cette page Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l'Energie, l'Eau et l'Environnement 21 avenue des Martyrs CS 90624 38031 GRENOBLE CEDEX 1 www.grenoble-inp.fr/suivez-nous To improve the quality of this site and the service rendered to the user, we use cookies audience measurement. By continuing your visit to this site, you agree to our use of cookies for this purpose. More

Review

Evaluation Date:
November 3, 2017
Evaluated:
John Wagner
Comments: