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Choosing an electrical project related to nuclear science

Postby Nuclear_chita » 01 Feb 2013, 09:39

Hello all,

I am currently pursuing my MSc in Nuclear engineering. My background is in BSc Electrical/electronics engineering therefore I am inclined to go for some project related to nuclear engineering having roots in electrical/electronics/control engineering.

It would be great if somebody can suggest some project titles. For example, problems related to nuclear industry like one of my mates was working upon making a BF3 detector more effective etc.

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Choosing an electrical project related to nuclear scienc

Postby Matte » 03 Feb 2013, 18:19

Contact an operating nuclear plant near you and ask if they have an issue to be solved. Gets you a foot in the door so to speak...
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Re: Choosing an electrical project related to nuclear scienc

Postby Johan » 03 Feb 2013, 19:13

I know very little about electronic or control engineering. But I bet there are interesting aspects of noise measurements that you could look into, see for example the work they are doing at Chalmers
http://www.nephy.chalmers.se/research/diagnostics.html
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