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    • A MULTI-NATIONAL PRACTICAL TRAINING COURSE FOR NUCLEAR CANDIDATE COUNTRIES ORGANIZED BY EERRI
      • H. BÖCK, M. VILLA Vienna University of Technology, Atomic Institute of the Austrian Universities ,Austria
      • E. BRADLEY, A. SOARES, P. ADELFANG, I. GOLDMAN
      • IAEA Division of Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Waste Technology/Research Reactor Group
      • S. TOZSER Atomic Energy Research Institute, KF KI Hungary
      • A. ASZODI Institute of Nuclear Technology,
      • Budapest University of Technology, Hungary
      • M. RAVNIK, L. SNOJ , Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
      • RRFM 2009, Vienna, Austria
    • What is EERRI?
      • E astern E uropean R esearch R eactor I nitiative
      • Members:
      • Austria : Vienna University of Technology/ Atominstitut,
      • Czech Republic : Czech Technical University and Rez Nuclear Research Centre
      • Hungary : KFKI Budapest Research Reactor and Budapest University of Technology and Economics
      • Poland : Institute of Atomic Energy Maria Research Reactor
      • Romania : INR Pitesti Triga Reactor
      • Slovenia : Joszef Stefan Institute
    • Objectives
      • Member States (MS) request IAEA assistance to develop nuclear skills and resources in support of national nuclear power programmes under development.
      • Some of these MS plan to construct a research reactor as a first step to develop nuclear competence and infrastructure.
      • Countries with little or no existing nuclear infrastructure, human resources and skills must be developed to support these planning activities
      • EERRI was approached by the IAEA to organize and implement a Group Fellowship Training Program on Research Reactors (GFTPRR) to satisfy the increasing demand for that skill development.
      • The GFTPRR will be offered to participants from MS who have expressed interest in this subject to the IAEA.
    • Objectives
      • Course is organized in collaboration with the Vienna University of Technology/Atominstitute (VUT/ATI).
      • The first iteration will involve VUT/ATI, two Hungarian Nuclear Research Institutes, and staff members from the Jozef Stefan Institute's/Ljubljana (IJS), Slovenia as well as the IAEA.
      • The duration of the training program will be 6 weeks and cover about 30 topics ranging from theoretical lectures to practical experiments :
        • Organisational Matters
        • Research Reactor Operation and Maintenance
        • Radiation Protection
      • The first training course is planned for spring 2009 with six participants.
    • Vienna University of Technology/Atominstitute (VUT/ATI), Austria
      • Practical Exercises in Reactor Physics and Kinetics
      • Practical exercises in Reactor Instrumentation and Control
      • Practical Exercises in Radiation Protection and Dosimetry
    • 250 kW TRIGA Mark II reactor Vienna
    • KFKI Budapest, Hungary
      • Research Reactor operation and utilization matters
      • Water chemistry in general and in practice at BRR
      • Emergency procedures
      • QA issues at a research reactor and practical approaches of nuclear project planning and implementation
    • 10 MW KFKI Reactor Budapest
    • Budapest University of Technology, Hungary
      • Thermal hydraulics
      • Radiation protection and waste management
      • Site requirements
      • Public information
    • 100 kW training reactor Techical University of Budapest
    • Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
      • Reactor calculation of TRIGA Mark II research reactor cores, TRIGLAV-W ( http:// www.rcp.ijs.si/triglav / ),
      • Validation and verification of modern Monte Carlo computer codes, such as MCNP,
      • WIMS-D computer code together with other home-developed codes
      • Calculation of various research reactor physics parameters and models
      • Basics of burn-up calculations and core optimization .
    • 250 kW TRIGA reactor Jozef Stefan Institut Ljubljana
    • 1st week Vienna IAEA
      • Day 1: Admin.Procedures, Strategic planning for RR
      • Day 2: Code of Conduct for RR, Regulatory requirements
      • Day 3: Safety requirements for RR, IAEA standards
      • Day 4: Review & Evaluation of RR Safety Documents, Preparation of SAR
      • Day 5:Test and discussion on week no 1,Visit to the Atominstitut & Admin Procedures
    • 2nd week Vienna ATI
      • Day 6: Radiation Protection Procedures at a RR, Reactor Physics 1, Determination of the thermal neutron flux density in the TRIGA reactor
      • Day 7: Reactor Physics 2, Power calibration and temperature coefficient
      • Day 8: Critical experiment, Calibration of control rods, determination of reactivity worth and excess reactivity
      • Day 9:RR I&C systems, Demonstration of I&C Detectors
      • Day 10: Demonstration of fuel handling, Safeguarding RR, Test and discussion on week no 2
    • 3rd week Vienna ATI
      • Day 11: RR Overview, RR Utilization, RR maintenance and in-service inspections, RR Decommissioning
      • Day 12:Waste management in RR, NPP-PWR overview
      • Day 13:NPP-BWR overview, Other NPP (HTR,LMFBR,GEN IV)
      • Day 14: Public Information, Physical security
      • Day 15: Demonstration of prompt criticality,
      • Test and discussion on week no 3
    • 4th week Vienna with staff from Ljubljana
      • Day 16: Introduction to reactor calculations, Introduction to computer codes WIMS (demonstration and computer exercises)
      • Day 17:RR reactor physics parameters and models, Introduction to computer codes - TRIGLAV (demonstration and computer exercises)
      • Day 18: Calculation of RR safety parameters, Introduction to computer codes MCNP (demonstration and computer exercises)
      • Day 19: Burn-up calculations and core optimization, Questions and problems from the participants (discussion and computer exercises)
      • Day 20: Questions and problems from the participants (discussion and computer exercises), Questions and problems from the participants (discussion and computer exercises), Test and discussion on week 4
    • 5th week Budapest KFKI&TU Budapest
      • Day 21: The BRR (VVR-1 0 MW) reactor as a tank type RR reactor, S ite visit BRR ’s utilization
      • Day 22: RR management (operation and utilisation issues), Emergency procedures
      • Day 23: Water chemistry in general and in practice at BRR Personal monitoring Environmental monitoring
      • Day 24: Quality assurance in practice at a research reactorNuclear project planning and implementation
      • Day 25: Site visit requirements, Public information
        • Test and discussion on week 5
    • 6th week Budapest TU and Final Vienna, IAEA
      • Day 26: Thermal Hydraulics
      • Day 27: Waste Management Radiation Protection
      • Day 28: Practical course in Radiation Protection and Dosimetry, Test and discussion on week 6
      • Day 29: Transfer from Budapest to Vienna
      • Day 30: Final Course Discussion at the IAEA
    • Conclusions
      • The EERRI course is an excellent example of a multi-national coalition with the aim to transfer knowledge from one region into another region
      • It also shows the efficient cooperation between institution of different structure across borders in Central and Eastern Europe