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  • Awards
    Simulation Code DIVIMP University of Toronto First Place Master s Tie M J McCall Development and Validation of a Predictive Code for AirCrew Radiation Exposure PC AIRE Royal Military College of Canada First Place Master s Tie T R Chalovich Neutron Radioscopy at the SLOWPOKE 2 Facility at RMC for the Inspection of CF 18 Flight Control Surfaces Royal Military College of Canada First Place Doctoral I Attieh Pattern Recognition

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/univcomm/studconf2000/awards.htm (2014-10-09)
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  • MNRSIM
    install on Drive C under the Program Files directory in a subdirectory called MNRSIM Although the install program offers the option to use a different directory at this time you MUST use the suggested default or the program will not work The install process will copy several libraries onto your hard drive which are required for use with LabWindows An item under the start menu will be added for MNRSIM

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/grads/mnrsim_2013/download.html (2014-10-09)
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  • MNRSIM
    of real time on a 1Ghz machine The simulator normally takes 5 15 seconds to initialize itself The reactor schematic shown above presents the main menu choices for the user MNRSIM loads a default configuration each time it runs The default configuration that is included with the package has a core which is configured in such a way that it will readily converge VCR type buttons appear just above the

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/grads/mnrsim_2013/instructions.html (2014-10-09)
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  • MNRSIM
    s efforts This directory contains the original design and discussion documents which were used during the development of the software Older documents have less relevance to the current implementation but may provide some insights 2004 Aug MNRSIM conference paper 2004 Aug Cooling tower model 2004 Jun readme txt 2004 Jun readme modules txt 2004 Feb Heat Transport Specification 2004 Jan Heat Transfer Specification page 5 Correction 2004 Jan Heat Transfer

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/grads/mnrsim_2013/docs/documentation.html (2014-10-09)
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  • MNRSIM
    simplified and not realistic The calibration lock state sometimes does not save correctly Calibration is confusing and too complicated The control rod positions should lock when the simulation is running Core Panel Energy Group settings for the core display and plot sometimes do not indicate the group being displayed Table view also has same indication problem Defined cells MUST have 4 character names This limitation should be fixed Cannot destroy the plot or core display window with standard windows close button Core orientation is not indicated in any way Core is not labeled in the same way as the MNR core For example MNR core uses Letters for one axis numbers for the other Thermal Hydraulics Loop 1 Red blinking light indicates the detection and partial correction of numerical errors in the heat transport method The correction is a fudge and a better numerical integration method should be installed The HC Iter window shows which module is currently active Normally this label should flicker quickly between each module HC Hardy Cross HTP Heat Transport HTF Core Heat Transfer If it gets stuck on a single setting the simulation is probably spending too much time in that module The core heat

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/grads/mnrsim_2013/bug.html (2014-10-09)
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  • menu
    Techdoc AECL CNSC OPG NB Power HQ China Chula Mac UNB RMC Ecole U of T Concepts General R P T H T D Corrosion Safety I C Images Tasks

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/canteach-rev1/menu.htm (2014-10-09)
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  • textandflyingA
    advice etc would be most appreciated Committee Reports General Activity Log Chinese Monographs Material Format notes on establishing and maintaining an effective format for the development and presentation of technical material including general notes and CANTEACH specific notes The Release of Information Process CANTEACH Partners have agreed to submit and share CANDU information amongst the Partners Most of this imformation is open to the public domain However selected documents are subject to internal review before release In the listings below protected means that the document is password protected pending authorization for release by the copyright holder The password protected version is placed here for the convenience of and use by the Partners in the review process Every effort is being made to release these protected documents to the public domain in a timely fashion Partners should contact Bill Garland to obtain their password Technical Educational Material on CANDU Technical material can be organized in a number of ways These views are not exhaustive As the project evolves other views will be added as needed The individual modules below will be extensively cross linked to aid the reader to make efficient and effective use of material and to reduce redundancy and hence discrepancies in the material Technical Documents Library Covers material that has been grouped by major themes that arise naturally given the nature of CANDU and the nature of engineering disciplines Examples are training courses university courses and monographs Nuclear Engineering Concepts Common fundamental principles and concepts are encountered repeatedly within these monographs and courses and indeed within any serious technical inquiry These principles and concepts are broken out on their own for easy reference Material organized by BSI Yet another way to organize the material follows the CANDU system itself Design analysis and operations are deliberately system oriented such

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  • CANTEACH home page
    aims to provide an information exchange network for people interested in the CANDU energy system Contributors are industry experts who hold valuable knowledge and experience in diverse aspects of CANDU technology and its applications and unique expertise in the areas of science and technology nuclear power design and construction project management and development of engineering tools Contributors include people working in organizations that produce electrical power utilizing nuclear energy CANDU

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