Nuclear Materials: Avoiding Structural Integrity Failures

03 October 2018

Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

Special Discount Available Special discount available

Manchester United Football Ground, Manchester

Organisers: Institution of Mechanical Engineers
Tel: +44 (0)20 7973 1251

With ageing nuclear power plants and demand for life extension, it is essential to address the safety, reliability and durability of materials used in nuclear plants. Understanding materials properties and behaviour is key to reducing risk of structural failures and lower inspections and maintenance costs

This seminar will discuss the key in-operation materials challenges, including irradiation, carburisation, testing, regulatory expectations and future issues. Gain insights into the best ways to assess, investigate and manage problems from companies including EDF Energy, Rolls-Royce Submarines, NNL, ONR and University of Manchester.

Attend to gain a better understanding of how materials behave in a nuclear power context and how these can inform future projects, including small modular reactors, fusion and decommissioning.

Discount for NIA members: NIA members can attend Nuclear Materials at the Supporting Organisation rate, saving up to £100 on the non-member rate. Simply book your place on the event website and select “Supporting Organisation” or contact the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and mention your NIA membership to secure your discount.