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ENPH 491 Physics Of Nuclear Reactors

ENPH 491  Physics Of Nuclear Reactors  Units: 3.50  

The objective of this course is the understanding of the fundamental physics associated with a nuclear reactor. Topics include a brief review of basic nuclear physics, neutron interactions and cross-sections, neutron diffusion, neutron moderation, theory of reactors, changes in reactivity, control of reactors. Offered in alternate years.

Requirements: 3rd or 4th year standing in Engineering Physics  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Science  

Engineering Physics, B.A.Sc. (Class of 2024)

** Students are free to take Complementary Studies courses at any time in their program that suits their interests, workloads, and schedules. Read explanatory notes on Complementary Studies at the end of this section.