Nuclear Energy News
Utilizing non-penetrating sensors to improve the process of storing and drying spent nuclear fuel
CEC’s General Atomics Center seeks innovations in nuclear fuels and waste to meet future needs
Dryer receives engineering’s highest professional distinction
CEC professor Lucy Yu leads effort to enhance safety of nuclear fuel storage
University of South Carolina to help lead Savannah River National Laboratory research innovation and workforce development
Concrete nanoreinforcement research to improve durability, reduce maintenance of infrastructure
Nuclear Energy Experts and Research
|Center for Mechanics, Materials and Non-Destructive Evaluation||Digital image correlation (DIC); Computational mechanics;||Sutton, Michael||nuclear|
|General Atomics Center for Transformational Nuclear Technologies||Nuclear fuel; Nuclear waste; Thermodynamics; Molten salts; Thermal measurements||Besmann, Theodore||nuclear|
|Visualized Structural Health Monitoring Laboratory||Quantitative nondestructive evaluation; Structural health monitoring; Non-contact guided ultrasonic waves; Remote sensing; Laser technology||Yu, Lingyu||nuclear|
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