The Nuclear Technology Laboratory is responsible for teaching the following undergraduate courses:
E06E: Nuclear Radiations: Applications and Radiation Protection (7th Semester)
Radioactivity, nuclear radiation. Doses of radiation. Applications of nuclear radiations. Protection against radiation. Sources and effects of radiation in the natural environment.
E20Y: Nuclear Technology (7th Semester)
Elements of nuclear physics. Radioactive decay. Microscopic and macroscopic neutron cross section. Elastic and inelastic neutron scattering . Neutron absorption . Average life cycle of neutrons. Neutron diffusion theory. Steady-state diffusion equation. Criticality. Nuclear reactor technology.. Dynamic analysis of nuclear reactors.
E30E: Technology of Thermonuclear Plasma (9th Semester)
Introduction , history of plasma. Future promises and fusion. Magnetic restriction. Open systems magnetic containment. Closed magnetic containment systems. Potential of fusion. Technological capabilities. Superconducting coils in a tokamak. Magnetic fields in mirrors. Magnetic fields in MHD devices. Economic potential. Plasma , a few features . Definition plasma . Basic properties of the plasma. Shielding Debye. Quantum mechanical effects on temperature. Criterion ” attached “. Natural and artificial existence plasma. Plasma thermal and non- thermal equilibrium.
E31E : Special Topics in Nuclear Technology (8th Semester)
Power plants with new generation reactors. Nuclear reactor safety. Accidents in nuclear reactors and consequences. Management of nuclear waste. Nuclear safeguards and nuclear forensics. Environmental radioactivity.
E08E : Introduction to Nuclear Engineering (8th Semester)
Introduction to Nuclear Physics – Radioactivity. Detection of Ionizing Radiation . Sources of Radiation in the Natural Environment. Nuclear Reactions. Nuclear reactor technology. Nuclear waste management. Doses and Radiation Protection. Energy Amplifiers.