Experiment of Nuclear Engineering
The target group of nuclear engineering experimental course is nuclear engineering nuclear technology students. The main aim of this course is to cultivate students with the strict attitude of scientific research and ability of practical operation. By the experimental teaching, the students’ enthusiasm for knowledge would be inspired; the passive learning attitude would be turned to active learning attitude; the interest of study would be enhanced and the basic theoretical knowledge would be comprehended and consolidated. Furthermore, the students would be cultivated to develop the practical spirit, innovation consciousness and innovation ability. Coursework includes experimental teaching of radiation protection, nuclear material, thermohydraulics and nuclear fuel circle. Students are required to have learned the basic major courses and core major courses of nuclear engineering nuclear technology.
Introduce to Nuclear Fusion Engineering
This course focuses on the basic concepts and key technologies of the nuclear fusion reactor. The course mainly includes the development of nuclear fusion, the basic principle of nuclear fusion, fusion plasma, blanket and divertor, magnet and power supply, heating and drive system, vacuum vessel and cold screen, fusion reactor materials and material irradiation damage, etc. The objective of this course is to help the students to establish the overall understanding of the science of nuclear fusion and handle the basic knowledge of nuclear fusion engineering, thus laying the foundation for the study of the next period and being engaged in the research of the nuclear fusion engineering technology.
Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Nuclear Fuel Cycle is an important part of nuclear engineering and a key work for the sustained-development of the nuclear power. An innovative and creative student who major in nuclear engineering and technology is supposed to grasp the knowledge of nuclear fuel cycle. The course of nuclear fuel cycle mainly includes the basic principles of spent fuel reprocessing, fabrication of nuclear fuel, processes and equipments of nuclear fuel cycle, nuclear waste disposal. The course is fit for the seniors or the postgraduates of lower grade with nuclear engineering and technology major, and the objectives are to train the students’ capability for applying the principles and rules of nuclear fuel cycle to resolve the problems encountered in the work.
Nuclear Reactor Material
A course on advanced nuclear reactor and materials: history of advanced nuclear reactor, theory of materials and irradiation effects, fission reactor materials, candidate materials of fusion reactor.
Nuclear Reactor Physics
The basic theory, physical process and analysis method are introduced in the project. Obviously, it is the core project in reactor engineering which include: the nuclear physics, neutron moderator and diffusion, critical theory, non-uniform reactor calculation, burn up, reactivity control, reactor dynamics and fuel management.
Nuclear Safety Analysis
The content of this course include the definition and goal of nuclear safety, the rule and law of nuclear safety, engineered safety feature, safety design of nuclear system, deterministic methods and probabilistic safety analysis, radiation safety and protection.
Radiation protection is an important branch of the field of nuclear science, which specializes in avoiding ionizing radiation hazards to human body. The course includes the properties of radiation field, the interaction between radiation and matter, the influence of radiation on the humans, radiation protection standard, technology and implementation method of radiation protection, radiation safety management and etc.
Atomic physics is the subject that studies the microscopic structures and relevant interactions of matter. Based on the preliminary knowledge of quantum mechanics, the course is aimed at introducing the structures and spectra of atoms and molecules, as well as the structures and properties of nuclei, and the concept of fundamental particle physics.
First and second laws of thermodynamics; properties of pure substances; closed and open systems of various types; applications to steady-flow and non-flow processes; power and refrigeration cycles;psychrometrics.
Linear Electronic Circuitry
This course is obligatory for all majors associated with electronics. It is about analysis, structures and applications of low-frequency analog circuits, including basic semiconductor devices, amplifier principle, characteristics and applications of integrated operational amplifier. Students should master the theoretical and practical knowledge about analog circuits after this course and get prepared for the study of analog integrated circuits.
Nuclear physics is one of the most important branches and milestones in modern physics in the last century. It has intrinsic connections to quantum mechanics and can be regarded as a laboratory for quantum physics. The aim of nuclear physics is to understand the properties of nuclei and their applications. The topics includes: The size and density distribution of nucleus; Spin and magnetic moment; The mass formula and binding energy; Radioactivity and nuclear decay; Radiocarbon dating; Alpha, Beta and Gamma decays; The shell and collective models of nuclei; Nuclear reaction; Partial wave analysis and optical potential; Compound nuclear reaction; Direct reaction; Nuclear fission; Nuclear fusion; Nuclear force and nucleon-nucleon interaction.
NuclearReactor Thermalhydraulic Analysis
1. Ability to use effectively, understand the operation and validity ranges, and interpret the results of thermalhydraulic
codes and fluid dynamic calculation.
2. Ability to use effectively, understand the operation and validity ranges, and interpret the results of transport
calculation codes of electromagnetic radiation, charged particles and neutrons.
3. Owning a theoretical and practical basis of reactor physics and thermal hydraulics that allow you to easily navigate
issues related to plant operation and safety.
System and Device of Nuclear Power Plant
This course mainly aims to research the domestic and the abroad nuclear power reactor which running and under building——Pressurized water reactor nuclear power plant. Discuss the theory and design feature of the energy conversion system ,state its main system and equipment of primary loop, auxiliary system of secondary loop, main system and equipment of secondary loop, the condensate system and feed system of secondary loop , the safety facilities and other main system and their components, functions, operation parameters selection, beyond that ,we also state the protection of pressurized water reactor nuclear power plant radiation and three wastes disposal etc. In-depth discussion of the main equipment ,such as recactor ontology, steam generator, main pump, regulator, turbine and their working principle, structure and thermal hydraulic characteristics, etc.
Heat and Mass Transfer
Aiming at the practical problems in the engineering of heat and mass transportation, this course will focus on the fundamentals of heat flux and mass flow transportation, present physical problems and their mathematical descriptions, explain the enhanced heat and mass transfer approaches and traditional techniques and design principles. An original English text book will be used as teaching material. The objective of the course is to master the fundamentals of heat and mass transfer, as well as English professional terms, to teach and study the skills and knowledge essential to compete internationally.
This course introduces several engineering materials, including metal materials (pure metals and alloys), non-metallic materials (polymers, ceramics and composites) and nano-materials, and their micro/meso-structures, macro-mechanical properties, microscopic mechanisms and the possible ways to improve their mechanical properties.
Fluid Pipeline Network
The atmospheric air and water on the Earth surface are our familiar fluids due to their flows makeing much effects on our dailylife at all times.Fluid Mechanics is a scientific subject evidently exploring the law of the macroscopical motion of this kind of Newtonian fluid. The term fluid includes both gases and liquids. The methods and techniques in fluid mechanics are widely applied to deal with many problems in biofluid, environmental fluid, geophysical fluid and so on. This course is to introduce the terminology and techniques required in the study of the flows of fluids. The goal is to help students apply the universal physical principles such as conservation of mass, momentum and energy to understand the fundamental equations which govern most of the flow of fluids.
Syllabus of Digital Logic Lab
Understand fundamental design and analysis methods of analog circuits, study basic skills of analog circuit experiments, able to do practical applications.Covers electrics, electronics and engineering.
Topics include circuit experiments of transistor amplifier, operational amplifier, voltage-peak detector, two-phase oscillator, LC voltage-controlled oscillator, complementary symmetrical power amplifier, signal generator, regulated Voltage source and analog phase-locked loop. CAD of Feedback amplifier, Filter and Wien bridge frequency -selected amplifier.