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Last update : 2015-07-25

Title : Development of a Multyphisics package for the Local Analyis of Power Oscillations in Fuel Assemblies

Country : Germany

Organisation : TUM

Language : English

Topic details

The main objective of the work is the development of a coupled code systems based on CFD. neutronics and mechanical structure interaction with CFD for the analysis of the influence of rod vibrations and intra-fuel assembly flow configurations (single phase flow) on the rod power distribution and evolution with time.
The project is expected to last for 3 years, but an extension may be possible if needed.
There are no mandatory courses to take, although it is possible to voluntarily take them if there is interest on an specific subject.
The PhD student is expected to enroll in the TUM Graduate School and follow the requirement regarding the support of Master students and academic activities expected of all PhD students at TUM.

Administrative information

Requirements to apply :
Master in Engineering or Physics.
Programming knowledge in one or more of the following Languages: C, C++, FORTRAN, Matlab.
Previous experience with computer simulations based on thermal-hydraulics and neutronics codes is recommended.
A Master in Nuclear Engineering is a plus.

Tuition fee :
No tuition fees.

How to apply :
Send CV and motivation letter by e-mail to:

Deadline of application :
Tuesday 25 August 2015


For further information

Send e.mail to: Rafael.Macian@ntech.mw.tum.de