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Engineering and Science Education for Nuclear Power

A Guidebook

English STI/DOC/010/266 92-0-155286-6
59.00 1986

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The guidebook provides recommendations, based on the experience of both developed and developing countries, for upgrading or establishing national education and training capabilities in engineering and science in order to develop qualified personnel for nuclear power programmes. Special consideration has been given to the specific needs and conditions of developing countries.
Contents: Introduction; 1. Important aspects of engineering and science education for nuclear power; 2. Nuclear-oriented programmes in mechanical, electrical, chemical, nuclear, electronics engineering and in radiation health physics; 3. Nuclear specialization (S) programmes; 4. Undergraduate (U) and post-graduate (P) programmes in nuclear-oriented mechanical (U1, P1), electrical (U2, P2) and chemical (U3, P3) engineering and postgraduate programme in nuclear engineering (P4) for graduates of nuclear-oriented mechanical and electrical undergraduate programmes; 5. Integrated undergraduate (U) and postgraduate (P) programmes in nuclear engineering (U5, P5) and radiation health physics (U6, P6); 6. Basic nuclear science and engineering laboratory; 7. Measures for implementing and improving engineering and science education and training capabilities for nuclear power personnel.

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