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1 1 Nuclear Engineering Program COL Mark Visosky Program Director Briefing to the Classes of 2009 and 2010

2 2 Nuclear Engineering Study at USMA (for Class of 2010 and later) Nuclear Engineering Major –17 Courses, 9 taught by the department Nuclear Engineering Science Major –13 Courses, 8 taught by the department Nuclear Engineering Core Engineering Sequence –3 Courses, all taught by the department NE496 visit to USS Alexandria

3 Nuclear Engineering Major (NEN0) (Class of 2009) Note 1: For cadets in the nuclear engineering major, the PH252 core laboratory program will have a nuclear science component.. Courses Specific to the major CE300Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics and Design CE364Mechanics of Materials EE301Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering EV385Introduction to Environmental Engineering MA364Engineering Mathematics ME311Thermal-Fluid Systems I ME312Thermal-Fluid Systems II ME370Computer Aided Design ME480Heat Transfer NE300Nuclear Reactor Analysis NE355Advanced Nuclear Reactor Design NE400Nuclear Engineering Seminar NE456Nuclear Weapons and Weapons Effects NE452Instrumentation and Shielding NE496Advanced Nuclear System Design Project II PH365Modern Physics PH374Medical Radiation Physics Courses in the major taught outside Physics Department Courses in the major taught in the Physics Department Core courses Courses not taken by NES0 (NES0) Technical Elective

4 Nuclear Engineering Major (NEN0) (Class of 2010) Note 1: For cadets in the nuclear engineering major, the PH252 core laboratory program will have a nuclear science component.. Courses Specific to the major CE300Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics and Design CE364Mechanics of Materials EE301Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering MA364Engineering Mathematics ME311Thermal-Fluid Systems I ME312Thermal-Fluid Systems II ME370Computer Aided Design ME480Heat Transfer NE300Nuclear Reactor Analysis NE355Advanced Nuclear Reactor Design NE400Nuclear Engineering Seminar NE450Nuclear Weapons and Weapons Effects NE452Instrumentation and Shielding NE495Advanced Nuclear System Design Project I NE496Advanced Nuclear System Design Project II PH365Modern Physics PH374Medical Radiation Physics Courses in the major taught outside Physics Department Courses in the major taught in the Physics Department Core courses Courses not taken by NES0 (NES0)

5 5 NE452 CE300 Shielding Instrumentation & Measurements NE452 Learning Model Atomic & Nuclear Physics NE300 PH365 Nuclear Reactor Physics, Theory, & Design NE355 NE300 Nuclear System Design ME311 ME312 ME480 NE355 CE364 NE450 PH374 Environment & Radiation (Dirty Bombs) Reactor Power Plants Multi-disciplinary! Design Project NE495/6 Nuclear Weapons NE 450 General Engineering & Sciences MA364 EE301 ME370 CE300 USCC Mil Sci Core Curriculum NE400

6 NE495/6 Design Project NEDP-2 NE452 Shielding Exercise NE450 or NE456 Nuclear Weapons Effects NE355 Reactor Core NEDP-1DesignDesign NE452 NaI, HPGe, GM MCA/GENIE NE355 BF 3 Neutron Neutron Flux Map PH252 GM Counters NaI Detectors MCA/GENIE Gamma Spectroscopy ExperimentExperiment Nuclear Engineering Program Threads Computation(IndustryCode)Computation(IndustryCode) NE355 Transport Theory MCNPX Basics NE450 or NE456 MCNPX HPAC Dosimetry NE495/6 MCNPX K-code Lattice (Design Project)

7 7 Nuclear Engineering Major Statistics Number of NE majors (NEN0+NES0) per class year: 14 of 14 NE majors from the Class of 2008 passed the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Indian Point

8 8 Nuclear Engineering CES Statistics Number of NE CES cadets per class year:

9 9 PH 374 Trip to the SKCC Program Activities National Ignition Facility

10 10 NE456 Trip to the UN Program Activities Mobile Reactor

11 11 Program Activities High Altitude Nuclear Effects NE355 visit to Indian Point

12 Nuclear Engineering Major (NEN0) (Class of 2011) Note 1: For cadets in the nuclear engineering major, the PH252 core laboratory program will have a nuclear science component.. Courses Specific to the major CE300Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics and Design CE364Mechanics of Materials EE301Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering MA364Engineering Mathematics ME311Thermal-Fluid Systems I ME312Thermal-Fluid Systems II ME370Computer Aided Design ME480Heat Transfer NE300Nuclear Reactor Analysis NE355Advanced Nuclear Reactor Design NE400Nuclear Engineering Seminar NE450Nuclear Weapons and Weapons Effects NE452Instrumentation and Shielding NE495Advanced Nuclear System Design Project I NE496Advanced Nuclear System Design Project II PH365Modern Physics PH374Medical Radiation Physics Courses in the major taught outside Physics Department Courses in the major taught in the Physics Department Core courses Courses not taken by NES0 (NES0)


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