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Page 1 of 4 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN ME 361E Nuclear Reactor Engineering (Unique# 18355) ME 388C Nuclear Power Engineering (Unique# 18715) Spring 2010 SYLLABUS UNIQUE NUMBER : 18355/18715 INSTRUCTOR : Dr. Steven Biegalski, P.E. TIME : Tuesday and Thursday 12:30 to 2:00 PLACE : ETC 5.148 TEACHING ASST .: Alex Brand (alexbrand@mail.utexas.edu) WEB PAGE : http://courses.utexas.edu OFFICE HOURS : ETC 7.114 Tuesday and Thursday 10:30 to 11:30 (appointments are suggested) Office: (512) 232-5380 (PRC) (512) 471-6369 (ETC) FAX: (512) 471-4589 Email: biegalski@mail.utexas.edu OBJECTIVES : At the end of the course students should be able to: Compare and contrast numerous nuclear reactor designs Calculate the effects of nuclear fuel burnup Summarize the mechanism that affect the control of a nuclear reactor TEXT : Knief, Nuclear Engineering 2 nd Ed. GRADING : Homework 25% Exam I 25% Exam II 25% Class Project 25% Total 100% 93-100% A 90-92% A- 87-89% B+ 83-86% B 80-82% B- 77-79% C+ 73-76% C 70-72% C- 67-69% D+ 63-66% D 60-62% D- 0-59% F
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Page 2 of 4 HOMEWORK POLICY : The homework policy for this class is as follows: 1) Homework is assigned every week. 2) Homework is graded on a scale of 0 to 10. 3) Homework must be turned in “On Time” to receive full credit. ( “On time” is defined as the start of class on the day it is due. ) 4) Late homework will be accepted up to one week late for 50% credit. 5) Only three late homework assignments will be accepted per student for the semester. EXAMINATIONS
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