A threat of nuclear terrorism is one of the concerns utilizing nuclear materials and radioactive materials. The establishment of effective measures to prevent and neutralize the threat is required.
In this course, the fundamentals of nuclear security, nuclear materials and radioactive materials, design of physical protection systems, its fundamental physics, international regulatory frameworks are covered.
Students gain the practical experiences by uranium enrichment verification experiment, numerical simulation of hydro-dynamics of structure material and nuclear material criticality at the university and by use of intrusion detection systems in the training field of Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA).
Nuclear Security, Physical Protection, Hydro-dynamics、Uranium Enrichment Verification、Physical Protection Training Field Exercise
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
In lecture style, fundamental physics, regulations, international circumstances of nuclear security would be explained.
In exercise style, hydro-dynamics simulation analysis, uranium enrichment verification by gamma-ray measurement at the university, exercises with physical protection training field, real reprocessing facility and fuel fabrication facility at Japan Atomic Energy Agency would be performed.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Fundamentals of Nuclear Security, International Status and Legal Framework||Fundamentals of Nuclear Security, International Status and Legal Framework|
|Class 2||Nuclear Materials and Radioactive Materials||Fundamentals of Nuclear Materials and Radioactive Materials as target materials|
|Class 3||Design and Evaluation Process of Physical Protection System(PPS)||Principle and mechanism to design PPS|
|Class 4||Structure material resistance against shock-wave -Principle-||Principle of structure material resistance against shock-wave|
|Class 5||Structure material resistance against shock-wave -Projectile shock simulation method-||Projectile shock similation methodology for structure material resistance against shock-wave|
|Class 6||Structure material resistance against shock-wave -Explosion shock simulation method-||Explosion shock similation methodology for structure material resistance against shock-wave|
|Class 7||Structure material resistance against shock-wave -Projectile shock simulation-||Projectile shock similation for structure material resistance against shock-wave|
|Class 8||Structure material resistance against shock-wave -Explosion shock simulation-||Explosion shock similation for structure material resistance against shock-wave|
|Class 9||Structure material resistance against shock-wave -Result presentation and discussion-||Result presentation and discussion of Structure material resistance against shock-wave|
|Class 10||Uranium enrichment verification experiment -verification principle-||Principle of uranium enrichment verification|
|Class 11||Uranium enrichment verification experiment||Uranium enrichment verification experiment|
|Class 12||Demonstration of PPS at Physical Protection Training Field at JAEA -Detection System-||Peformance test of Detection System of PPS at Physical Protectoin Training Field, JAEA|
|Class 13||Demonstration of PPS at Physical Protection Training Field at JAEA -PPS Training Field-||Peformance test of PPS at Physical Protectoin Training Field, JAEA|
|Class 14||Facility Visit, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Engineering Laboratories at JAEA -Fuel Cycle Facilities-||Fuel Cycle Facilities Visit, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Engineering Laboratories at JAEA|
|Class 15||Facility Visit, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Engineering Laboratories at JAEA -Fuel Fabrication Facilities-||Fuel Fabrication Facilities Visit, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Engineering Laboratories at JAEA|
Report(80%) and Presentation (20%)
You need to be a student of Academy for Global Nuclear Safety and Security Agent (U-ATOM).
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