Concerning fluid measurements using ultrasonic waves, after learning measurement principles and techniques, students will learn measurement skills through experiments.
Students will learn the basics of robot control, and through transport experiments for robots designed for reactor measurements done after a severe accident, they will acquire basic skills as a robot engineer.
We will learn about ultrasound measurement technology, one measurement technique useful for when a severe accident occurs at a nuclear facility. Students will also learn about robot transport technology for transporting ultrasonic sensors, through experiments.
Severe Accident, Robot, Ultrasonic Measurement
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Practice of experimental study
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Introduction and overall of Severe Accident Engineering||Practice of Severe Accident Engineering teaching|
|Class 2||Experiment of Ultrasonic Measurement(Velocity Profile Measurement in Vertical Pipe)||Practice of Ultrasonic Basic Measurement Technique using Ultrasonic Velocity Profiler|
|Class 3||Experiment of Ultrasonic Measurement(Ultrasonic Flow Mapping)||Practice of Ultrasonic advanced Measurement Technique using Ultrasonic Velocity Profiler|
|Class 4||Experiment of Robot Arm Control||Practice of Robot Arm Control Technique|
|Class 5||Experiment of Robot Vehicle Control||Practice of Robot Vehicle Control Technique|
|Class 6||Experiment of Robot Arm and Ultrasonic Measurement||Practice of Robot Arm Control and Ultrasonic Measurement Technique|
|Class 7||Experiment on total remote control of Arm and Vehicle||Practice of Robot Arm and Vehicle Control Technique|
|Class 8||Experiment on Total control of Robot and Ultrasonic Measurement|
|Class 9||Total discussion and presentation||Practice of total discussions and mastery of presentation techniques|
Associate Professor Hiroshige Kikura: kikura[at]nr.titech.ac.jp, 03-5734-3058
Associate Professor Gen Endo: gendo[at]mes.titech.ac.jp, 03-5734-3175
Associate Professor Hiroshige Kikura: 9:00-17:00
Associate Professor Gen Endo: 9:00-17:00