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BPTC Module XVII
Basic Professional Training Course

BPTC Module XVII - (Nuclear Fuel Cycle)


This module consists of 4 separate chapters. The first part is related to description of nuclear fuel cycle and explanation of particular stages in open and closed nuclear fuel cycle. The second part describes principles and requirements implemented for safe transport of radioactive material generally. Third chapter is related to implementation of safety requirements in particular stages of nuclear fuel cycle. In the last chapter IAEA fuel cycle related programs are presented, including nuclear fuel cycle safety standards, safety evaluation, incident notification system, and fuel cycle information system. Current status of IAEA LEU bank is also presented.

There are 9 Case studies that are expected to be discussed in small groups and presented at the end. There are also 15 multiple choice questions that the lecturer can use for the weekly exam.

Textbook contains 72 pages, and there are 166 transparencies for 3-month course and 108 transparencies for 1-month course.

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