The focus for the MCFD-2019 Conference is on the approaches used to demonstrate the continued Fitness-for-Service (FFS) of components in Nuclear Power Plants. Ever increasing demands for FFS demonstrations often require innovative and multidisciplinary solutions that involve elements of engineering from: materials, chemistry, stress analysis, thermal-hydraulic analysis, probabilistic assessment methods, examination and inspection approaches, and operational strategies. This is the case for most major nuclear plant systems and components, regardless of reactor type.
Objectives of this conference are:
The conference will be of interest to representatives from various sectors of the Nuclear Industry including: material and equipment vendors, technical and engineering service providers, utility technical staff, regulators, designers, researchers, students, and academia.
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The conference program is preliminary at this time. A more detailed program will be available closer to the date of the conference.
|Wednesday May 15th:||Registration & Reception (evening)|
|Thursday May 16th:||Plenary Sessions (morning); Technical Sessions (afternoon); Banquet (evening)|
|Friday May 17th:||Technical Sessions (morning), closing of conference (afternoon)|
Mohammadreza Baghbanan: Conference General Chair
Material, Chemistry and Fitness-for-service Division Chair
Peter King: Conference Technical Program Chair
Daniel Gammage: Conference Treasurer and Advisor
Moe Fadaee: Conference Sponsorship and Exhibits Chair
Chantel Megaffin: Communications Officer
Abstract Submission Deadline: February 28, 2019
Author Notification of Acceptance: March 15, 2019
Full Presentations Due: April 30, 2019
Conference: May 15-17 2019
Abstracts are sought in the following areas:
Student participation is encouraged, in particular by means of a student poster session. The top three student submissions will be selected to present at the conference.
Abstracts should be a maximum of 250 words and are to be submitted through the conference website. It will be a requirement for all presenting authors to provide a full presentation for the conference proceedings. Students submitting poster abstracts are encouraged to provide a summary of the work suitable for inclusion in the proceedings, but this is not mandatory. As well as the conference proceedings, authors are encouraged to prepare full papers for submission to a special issue of a Nuclear Journal for publication.
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Note: All fees in CAN$
Note: To register as a CNS member, your membership must be in good standing for 2019)
All prices include HST (#870488889 RT).
|Registration||Received before March 30, 2019||Received after March 30, 2019|
|Non CNS Member||$975||$1,075|
|CNS Retiree Member||$260||$360|
|Full-Time Student (CNS Member*)||$260||$310|
* Are you a student but not a CNS member? Sign up now for FREE to be eligible for our Full-Time Student pricing! Enrollment at a Canadian Institution is required to be eligible.
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Sponsorships and Exhibits Chair
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CUT-OFF DATE: April 21, 2019