Nuclear Fuels Research Engineer: Studies behavior of... [+] More
Nuclear Fuels Research Engineer: Studies behavior of various fuels and fuel configurations in differentiated reactor environments to determine the safest and most efficient usage of nuclear fuels, applying theoretical and experiential knowledge of reactor physics and thermal and metallurgical characteristics of nuclear fuels and fuel cell claddings. Analyzes available data and consults with other scientists to determine parameters of experimentation and suitability of analytical models. Designs fuels behavior tests and coordinates activities of experimental research team in performance and analysis of test operations.
Monitors test reactor indicators of factors such as neutron power level, coolant level, and vital pressure, temperature and humidity readings, and changes, or modifies procedures to meet test goals. Synthesizes analyses of test results and prepares technical reports to disseminate findings and recommendations. Formulates equations that describe phenomena occurring during fissioning of nuclear fuels, and develops analytical models for nuclear fuels research. (Source: eDOT Job Description) [-] Less
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