The CNS Nuclear Science and Engineering division is offering a TWO-DAY course on Thermalhydraulics.
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The objectives of this NEW CNS course are an overview of thermalhydraulics (TH), followed by broadening the area of TH as applied to CANDU reactors. The attendees will be presented with the fundamentals of TH, importance of TH in nuclear-energy utilization and nuclear safety, TH phenomena, TH discipline applied for different nuclear facilities with a focus on CANDU, and areas of application (design, operation, safety evaluation, uncertainty, scaling, R&D, etc.)
The CNS is presenting this course to enhance the professional and technical capabilities of its members (and non-members) working in, or interested in, the nuclear industry. The course is ideally suited for beginning professionals, but also beneficial as a refresher overview course to experienced professionals. Come broaden your nuclear knowledge beyond your specific area of work and your own area of expertise.
Continental breakfast, buffet lunch, and coffee breaks are provided each day. There will also be a banquet on the second evening of the course, with an after-dinner speech highlighting a timely topic in the Canadian Nuclear industry.
The following topics will be covered in the course
CANDU Overview: Big Picture
Fuel and Fuel-channel Thermalhydraulics
PHTS System Operations
Experiments to support Thermalhydraulics
Computer Codes or Tools
V&V of Thermalhydraulic Computer Codes and Simulation Uncertainty Assessment
The registration fees are shown below, and include HST (HST # 870488889RT)
CNS Member: $800.00 [Must be a CNS member in good standing]
Non-CNS Member: $900.00
Full-time student CNS member or CNS retiree member: $400.00
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Courtyard Toronto Downtown for 145 CAD + Tx per night
Book your group rate for Canadian Nuclear Society – Thermalhydraulics Course
To receive this special rate you must book by November 1st, 2017; we suggest you book early to avoid disappointment. Or call 1-800-847-5075 and request the CNS Course Group Booking.