College of Engineering
University of Wisconsin - Madison
||Hyeong Taek Kim
- Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics
- BS 1982, Nuclear Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea
- MS 1992, Nuclear Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
- Research Interests
- Computational Simulation Code, Heat Transfer, Multiphase Flow, Nuclear
Reactor Safety and Severe Accident Analysis
- Centers and Consortia
- Wisconsin Institute of Nuclear Systems
- Articles and Publications
- Kim Hyeong T., "Development of a Linearized Model for a Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) Primary Loop",MS Project 1992 .
- Chung Kyung N., Kim Hyeong T., "Design Concept of Korean Next
Generation PWRs", The 16th Japan-Korea Atomic Industrial Forum Seminar,
- Park Sang D., Kim Hyeong T., "Next Generation Reactor Development in
Korea", The 3rd Joint Korea/French Atomic Forum round Table Meeting,
- Park Sang D., Kim Hyeong T., "Progress in Design and Improvement of Safety System in Korean Next Generation Reactor", The 17th Japan-Korea Atomic Industrial Forum Seminar, 1995.
- Kim H., No Hee, Park Sang D., Kim Hyeong T., "Modification of the
Condensation Heat Transfer Model of RELAP5/MOD3.1 for the Simulation of
Secondary Condenser", KoXSrean Nuclear Society Seminar, 1996
- Electrical engineer of Unchin Nuclear Power Plant construction of Korea
- Electric Power Corporation in Ulchin, Korea (1982-90)
- Assistant manager of Quality Control Division at Ulchin Nuclear Power
- Assistant manager of Nuclear Technology Office of Korea Electric Power
Corporation in Seoul, Korea (1993-95)
- Senior Researcher of Korea Electric Power Research Institute (1995-97)
As a part of long-term manpower development program in Korea Electric
Power Research Institute (KEPRI) to secure highly educated manpower in
nuclear technology, Mr. Kim was assigned as a Ph.D student in nuclear
safety research center of NEEP department at the University of Wisconsin
Madison. Before entering NEEP department, he had been involved in Korean
Next Generation Reactor Development Project at KEPRI, Taejon, Korea.
Throughout his more than 15-year career with Korea Electric Power
Corporation, he has experienced broad areas of nuclear power plant
technology such as quality assurance, instrumentation, and
thermalhydraulic load analysis, etc.
He is expected to perform nuclear safety research such as computational
simulation code upgrade, heat transfer, multiphase flow, nuclear reactor
safety or severe accident analysis.
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