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UN0601 - Control, Instrumentation and 
Electrical Systems in CANDU Nuclear 
Power Plants
Jin Jiang
Professor and NSERC/UNENE Senior Research Chair
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ont
N6A 5B9, Canada
jjiang@eng.uwo.ca
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UN0601 - Control, Instrumentation and 
Electrical Systems in CANDU Nuclear 
Power Plants
Jin Jiang
Professor and NSERC/UNENE Senior Research Chair
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ont
N6A 5B9, Canada
jjiang@eng.uwo.ca
Objectives of the course
OBJECTIVE
? To provide students with essential knowledge of
control, instrumentation, and electrical measurement
systems in power plants.
GOALS
? At the end of the course, the student should be able to
perform simple analysis of control systems, design
feedback controllers, such as PID controllers.
? The student will also be able to understand basic
instrumentations and measurement techniques used in
a nuclear power plant.
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UN0601 - Control, Instrumentation and 
Electrical Systems in CANDU Nuclear 
Power Plants
Jin Jiang
Professor and NSERC/UNENE Senior Research Chair
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ont
N6A 5B9, Canada
jjiang@eng.uwo.ca
Objectives of the course
OBJECTIVE
? To provide students with essential knowledge of
control, instrumentation, and electrical measurement
systems in power plants.
GOALS
? At the end of the course, the student should be able to
perform simple analysis of control systems, design
feedback controllers, such as PID controllers.
? The student will also be able to understand basic
instrumentations and measurement techniques used in
a nuclear power plant.
Natural division of the course materials
? Basic Control System Theories
o modeling, classical control, time domain, 
frequency domain, stability
? Measurements and Instrumentation
o flow, temperature, pressure, etc
? Instrumentation and control of Nuclear 
Power Plants
o plant specific systems.
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UN0601 - Control, Instrumentation and 
Electrical Systems in CANDU Nuclear 
Power Plants
Jin Jiang
Professor and NSERC/UNENE Senior Research Chair
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ont
N6A 5B9, Canada
jjiang@eng.uwo.ca
Objectives of the course
OBJECTIVE
? To provide students with essential knowledge of
control, instrumentation, and electrical measurement
systems in power plants.
GOALS
? At the end of the course, the student should be able to
perform simple analysis of control systems, design
feedback controllers, such as PID controllers.
? The student will also be able to understand basic
instrumentations and measurement techniques used in
a nuclear power plant.
Natural division of the course materials
? Basic Control System Theories
o modeling, classical control, time domain, 
frequency domain, stability
? Measurements and Instrumentation
o flow, temperature, pressure, etc
? Instrumentation and control of Nuclear 
Power Plants
o plant specific systems.
Lecture Time and Locations
Dates:
September 9, 16, 23, 24
October 7, 21, 22 
Lecture times: (Four lectures per day)
Lecture 1: 9:00AM 10:15AM
Lecture 2: 10:45AM 12:00Noon
Lecture 3: 1:00PM 2:15PM
Lecture 4: 2:45PM 4:00PM
Locations: Durham College, main campus, Simcoe Building
Room K11 (Most of the days), K9 (Sept. 24), K14 (Oct. 22)
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UN0601 - Control, Instrumentation and 
Electrical Systems in CANDU Nuclear 
Power Plants
Jin Jiang
Professor and NSERC/UNENE Senior Research Chair
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ont
N6A 5B9, Canada
jjiang@eng.uwo.ca
Objectives of the course
OBJECTIVE
? To provide students with essential knowledge of
control, instrumentation, and electrical measurement
systems in power plants.
GOALS
? At the end of the course, the student should be able to
perform simple analysis of control systems, design
feedback controllers, such as PID controllers.
? The student will also be able to understand basic
instrumentations and measurement techniques used in
a nuclear power plant.
Natural division of the course materials
? Basic Control System Theories
o modeling, classical control, time domain, 
frequency domain, stability
? Measurements and Instrumentation
o flow, temperature, pressure, etc
? Instrumentation and control of Nuclear 
Power Plants
o plant specific systems.
Lecture Time and Locations
Dates:
September 9, 16, 23, 24
October 7, 21, 22 
Lecture times: (Four lectures per day)
Lecture 1: 9:00AM 10:15AM
Lecture 2: 10:45AM 12:00Noon
Lecture 3: 1:00PM 2:15PM
Lecture 4: 2:45PM 4:00PM
Locations: Durham College, main campus, Simcoe Building
Room K11 (Most of the days), K9 (Sept. 24), K14 (Oct. 22)
Course materials and presentation slides
Course materials and slides of presentation will be 
posted onto the UNENE web site as soon as they 
become available.
The first set of materials will be posted after the 
first day of the class.
Tablet PC recording of class note is also available.
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