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Project No.: 6000500
Title: 3-D Immersive Display for Enhancing Teaching on Principles of Fission Reactors
Department: Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering (MBE)
Principal Investigator: Chieng, Ching Chang
Co-investigator: Luk, Bing Lam
Zhou, Wenzhong
Issue Date: 6-Jan-2017
Commencement Date: 07-Apr-2014
Completion Date: 30-Jun-2016
Abstract: The project applies 3-D immersive display technology to enhance the teaching of the fundamentals and the application of nuclear fission such as the principles of fission reactors (MBE3107- Principles of Nuclear Engineering) and the full scope of nuclear power plant (MBE3111, Introduction to Nuclear Power Plant). The application of 3-D immersive display enables the students to visualize the internal structure of a nuclear reactor core and also its dynamic behavior and thermal characteristics. Through the visualization of a nuclear reactor core inside the pressure vessel, students would learn how to relate the theories to the real world in order to develop a deeper understanding of the subject. This project team had got the support from Prof Jerrfey Shaw's team and Dr. Miu-Ling Lam, from School of Creative Media.
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