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  • One World, One Village
    access to energy Don t all people have the right to a more equitable quality of life than what currently is the case We in North America enjoy a position of power and privilege Do we not have a commensurate obligation But why should you give to others when there is no direct return Ah the Prisoner s Dilemma should you cooperate in the hope that others will too and thereby reap mutual rewards or should you defect and thereby out compete the others Whether you are a nuclear professional a student contemplating a career in nuclear a staunch anti nuke someone interested in looking to learn more about nuclear or whomever it is worthwhile taking a step back and reflecting on the bigger picture once in awhile because the nuclear option like all options cannot be judged in isolation The majority of people limit their scope to things that affect them directly This translates to a few weeks in time and their neighbourhood in space to in essence their circle of trust This is human nature the family and tribe are fundamental social units This local optimization approach makes sense to the individual But it is neither surprising or difficult to discern that this often leads to decidedly non optimum results overall For more on the dynamics of human interaction check out the Prisoner s Dilemma But let s get right to the heart of the matter We banter back and forth arguing the pros and cons of nuclear power debating the risks and navel gaze on waste disposal policy and basically armchair quarterback with genuine conviction from a position of self proclaimed righteousness from a position of privilege a position of privilege that though we have worked hard and long to get to the position we are now

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  • Bill Garland's Nuclear Engineering Site - direct to EP716

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    Original URL path: /ep716/ep716index.htm (2014-10-09)


  • About the Download Page
    Once we agree that it is a sound bit of code we can give it the CNS stamp of approval and make it part of an official verified library sort of like IMSL EISPACK and others We all have our favourite bits that we collected over the years We all win if we share them What goes around comes around as they say As I am very interested in collecting snippets of engineering code and lecture study material that is useful to students profs and others I would be willing to act as a clearing house but welcome all the help I can get If anyone has any of the following please don t hesitate to let me know I will attempt to put it on the web for all to relish A favourite bit of code that they have written eg subroutines for correlations Shareware or freeware that they find useful Links to other sites that have such info Reactor simulation packages Reviews of commercial packages Lecture study material Worked examples Other ideas are welcome It would be nice to set up an informal standards committee to set standards for what is put on the web If you send

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/download/about.htm (2014-10-09)
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  • Generic Sub-page
    desktop simulator format Built using LabWindows CVI 6 0 from National Instruments Learn more about LabWindows CVI Download 5 Mb zipped Unsip the files to a temporary directory and run setup exe to install or un install C Source code

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/download/pk1.htm (2014-10-09)
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  • LabWindows/CVI
    C When you run LabWindows CVI you create a uir file that contains the user interface data LabWindows CVI will create a skeleton C code file where you write your C code Get LabWindows CVI and run the tutorials to see how easy it is to get going If you just want to run the examples provided on this web site download the zip file then unzip the files to

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/download/labwindows.htm (2014-10-09)
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  • Generic Sub-page
    simulator format Built using LabWindows CVI 6 0 from National Instruments Learn more about LabWindows CVI Download 5 Mb zipped Unzip the files to a temporary directory and run setup exe to install or un install C Source code is

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/download/xe1.htm (2014-10-09)
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  • MNRSIM
    the executable are available for download Download Instructions Instructions for using the simulator as well as a collection of screen shots can be found at User Manual Documentation for developers and additional background for the simulator can be found here Documentation MNRSIM is also described in a paper which will appear in the Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Simulation Methods in Nuclear Engineering the full text for this

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/grads/mnrsim_2013/index.html (2014-10-09)
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  • Universities Committee Mandate
    have a large payback Benefits accrue to industry to universities to students and to employees Possible activities Form the enabling group and revise the mandate and proposed activities What is our vision Determine the respective roles of industry and the university in carrying out the mandate Determine the educational and training needs of the nuclear industry Consider the role and limitations of the universities Information Management Determine what program information should be gathered and for what purpose Develop an inventory of currently available material and programs Develop an inventory of expertise Determine a mechanism for information dissemination Coordinate curriculum development in university nuclear programs In the current programs identify respective strengths and weaknesses Identify areas of collaboration cooperation Consider shared resources courses course material expertise etc Assist the universities in developing short and long term collective visions Should we be shifting our focus to the non power side of the nuclear industry Assist in the coordination of the Thailand initiative Assist in the development of professional upgrade programs Assist in the development of courses for the lay audience Explore distance learning possibilities Consider the formation of a Network of the Centres of Excellence Consider McMaster Nuclear Reactor as a National Educational Facility Relation to Other Committees This committee is unique within the CNS There is no conflict with the Education Committee since that committee is focused on outreach to grade schools high schools and the general public The Universities Committee does not have any mandate for public affaires except for the possible development of course material suitable for the lay public The development and dissemination of such material would be closely coordinated with the Education Committee The Annual CNS Student Conference will be administered through the Universities Committee Time Frame This committee would meet nominally once a quarter Efforts would

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/univcomm/mandate.htm (2014-10-09)
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