비원자력전공자들을 위한 원자로시스템공학 교육콘텐츠 개발
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- 비원자력전공자들을 위한 원자로시스템공학 교육콘텐츠 개발
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- Development of the Contents on Nuclear Reactor System Engineering for Educating the Non-Nuclear Engineering Majors
- Kim, Si Hwan; Sohn, Dong-Seong
- Human Resource Development; Nuclear Reactor Engineering; e-learning; Nuclear Education
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- 비원자력전공자들을 위한 원자력기초 교육훈련 방안을 제시하고, “원자로시스템공학”에 대한 영어강의 교안, 이런닝 교육콘텐츠 시범제작물 등을 생산하였음. 기존의 원자력 전문인력 수급현황 조사자료와 인력양성체계를 검토하고, 종합하여 비원자력전공자들을 위한 원자력기초 교육.훈련 방안을 도출하였음 “원자로시스템공학”에 대한 교과목 요약, 모듈화된 주요 내용별 실러버스를 작성하고, 국내외 대학 또는 원자력관련 기관에서 강의를 할 수 있도록 영어 강의용 power point 자료를 개발하였음. 주요 교안의 내용에는 원자력공학 입문, 원자/핵물리, 원 자로이론, 원자력발전소계통, 핵연료주기, 보건물리, 원자력안전, 원자력경제, 원자로 재료 등이 포함되어 있으며, 각 주요 내용을 모듈화하여 작성하였음. 실제 적용 사례 를 기술하여, 비원자력 전공자가 업무 현장에서 전체업무의 흐름을 이해하고 기술분 야 간 업무 연계 및 소통을 원활하게 할 수 있도록 강의 교안을 작성하였음. “원자로시스템공학”에 대한 이런닝(e-Learning) 교육 콘텐츠를 시범 제작하였음
Ⅱ. Objective and Importance of the Project Korea has consistently been constructing and operating nuclear power plants in a safe and economic manner over the last thirty years and, as a result, achieved the self reliance of the nuclear technology. Based on this experience and achievement, Korea came to export in 2009 a research reactor(called the Jordan Research Reactor, JRTR) to Jordan and nuclear power plants(the APR1400) to the UAE. In accordance with a forecast by the Government, an additional manpower as much as 24,000 will be required for constructing the APR1400s, the JRTR, and the possible export of another nuclear reactors on top of the continuing construction and operation of domestic nuclear power plants. This much manpower amounts to about two times the current manpower in the nuclear industry. To meet the requirement above for the manpower in the nuclear industry, it will be necessary to educate and train the students or workers with non-nuclear engineering majors so as to have them available to work in the nuclear industry. There may ar se a need to educate or train the students or workers of the developing countries to help them establish their own nuclear manpower and infrastructures. It is therefore very important- and is the objective of this study- to develop an educational or training program to provide students or workers of non-nuclear majors with a basic nuclear engineering knowledge, focusing on a basic principles and practical knowledge bases needed in the field work. Ⅲ. Scope and Contents of the Project 1. Scope and Contents Establishment of the approach to educate and train the non-nuclear engineering majors on nuclear engineering fundamentals - Review the status of supply and demand of manpower in the nuclear industry - Review the education program and human resources development system in the area of nuclear engineering - Develop the measures to educate or train basic nuclear engineering principles for the students or workers not majored in nuclear engineering Development of the lecture notes on Nuclear Reactor System Engineering (NRSE) in English to raise the inter-disciplinary manpower base in nuclear industry - Develop the NRSE Education/Training Program Contents, Authors/Lecturers of each module of the program Modules : Atomic and nuclear interaction, Reactor system, Reactor core design, Nuclear fuel cycle, Radiation management, Nuclear safety, Nuclear power economics etc. - Write the summary of the whole NRSE lecture and syllabus for each chapter - Prepare the NRSE lecture note in a power-point form Conducting a set of trial lectures on NRSE and Revising the lecture notes after evaluating a trial lecture - Selection of the audiences or organizations to give a lecture - Carrying out a set of trial lectures on NRSE - Revision of the NRSE lecture note reflecting the feedback from trial lectures - Develop a sample e-learning contents 2. Methods This project is performed with the study team divided into three groups ; 1) the first group to identify an approach and measure to educate and train the non-nuclear engineering majors, 2) the second group to develop the lecture notes on Nuclear Reactor System Engineering (NRSE) in English, and 3) the third group to prepare e-learning contents The first group reviews information on the existing system and plan of manpower buildup as well as the status of supply and demand of manpower in the nuclear industry, coming up with the measures to educate or train basic nuclear engineering principles for the students or workers not majored in nuclear engineering. The second group determines the level of contents and author of each module of the NRSE lecture notes. The modules include Atomic and nuclear interaction, Reactor system, Reactor core design, Nuclear fuel cycle, Radiation management, Nuclear safety, Nuclear power economics, among others. Summary of and syllabus for each chapter are prepared. Then developed in a power-point form all in English is the contents of each module of the NRSE lecture note, which is subsequently revised after the reviews and comments by the third-party experts. The third group is to develop a sample e-learning contents and evaluate it via consultations with the outside experts. A set of trial lectures on NRSE is conducted and the lecture notes are revised after evaluating a trial lecture. Ⅳ. Results and Recommendations for Application 1. Results Based on the integral review of both the status of supply and demand of manpower and the existing system of manpower buildup in the nuclear industry, a set of the measures were identified and proposed to educate or train basic nuclear engineering principles for the students or workers not majored in nuclear engineering. The lecture notes on 'Nuclear Reactor System Engineering' were developed in a power-point form all in English to be used in the colleges or nuclear-related organizations in the country or abroad. Summary and syllabus of each module of the lecture note were prepared. The modules include Atomic and nuclear\ interaction, Reactor system, Reactor core design, Nuclear fuel cycle, Radiation management, Nuclear safety, Nuclear power economics, among others. The lecture notes are written to help the non-nuclear engineers understand the total work flow and perform effective inter-disciplinary communication on site. A typical sample of the e-learning contents on NRSE was prepared on the trial basis. 2. Recommendations for Application The NRSE lecture note developed in this project can be used as an effective educational material for the science & engineering students who do not major in nuclear engineering. The lecture note can also be used for the training programs provided in the domestic training organizations for the domestic or foreign workers. The e-learning educational contents prepared on the trial basis in this project may be used as a guidance to the development of the more comprehensive NRSE e-learning educational contents in the future. The lecture note could contribute to the buildup and supply of the base manpower for nuclear industry by promoting the opportunities of lectures to the students or workers whose majors are not nuclear engineering. A package of the educational program developed in this project may well contribute to the establishment of the nuclear infrastructure of developing countries, providing the base to promote the export of domestic nuclear technology.
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