3 edition of Nuclear energy and the nuclear industry found in the catalog.
Nuclear energy and the nuclear industry
Previous ed., 1982.
|Statement||compiled by Kerry Chester.|
|Contributions||Science Reference and Information Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
Nuclear energy advocates are sensing an opening in the environment shaming unleashed by Sweden’s most famous teenager, Greta Thunberg. On a recent rainy Sunday afternoon, a small group of. Today, Ma marks the 8th anniversary of the devastating nuclear accident at the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan in The ramifications of the triple nuclear meltdown continue today as thousands of Japanese are still displaced and an extremely complicated cleanup effort continues. On this somber anniversary, we wanted to call attention .
In the early s, when the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission believed high-grade uranium ores to be in short supply domestically, it considered extracting uranium for nuclear weapons from the abundant U.S. supply of fly ash from coal burning. In , China began exploring such extraction, drawing on a pile of some million metric tons of brown-coal fly ash at . Generally, the public perceptions of nuclear energy are negative. Nuclear waste is the most prominent disadvantage and the main reason why nuclear power “green” credentials are questionable. The nuclear waste has a quite long life cycle and remains radioactive for .
The nuclear power industry, a powerful player in Japan’s politically dominant construction industry, has pressed ahead with its plans — endorsed in by the Ministry of Economics, Trade and Industry’s “New National Energy Policy” — to mold the country into a “nuclear state.” In addition to 54 existing nuclear power plants. The nuclear industry (then ministry of atomic energy) came out of the situation in the following way: referring to long-concluded agreements that need to be fulfilled, the ministry for atomic energy asked to make an exception for them.
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"The material presented here is largely accessible to anyone interested in nuclear energy. This book is the best of its kind in providing a well-written survey of the science, technology, safety, and economics of the full range of nuclear issues, including power, waste, weapons, terrorism, biological effects, and the future of the nuclear by: The book presents a comprehensive overview of radioactivity, radiation protection, nuclear reactors, waste disposal, and nuclear medicine.
The seventh edition is restructured into three parts: Basic Concepts, Nuclear Power (including new chapters on nuclear power plants and introduction to reactor theory), and Radiation and Its Uses. This book is very detailed in the describing the basics of nuclear energy, different methods used to create nuclear reactions, the various types of reactors used in nuclear power plants, their construction, safety considerations and the economics of nuclear power compared to alternative means for generating electricity/5(38).
Nuclear Fuel Cycle. Safety and Security. Non-power Nuclear Applications. Current and Future Generation. Energy and the Environment. Economic Aspects. Facts and Figures. World Nuclear Power Reactors and Uranium Requirements Nuclear Generation by Country Uranium Production Figures Heat Values of Various Fuels Reactor Database Reactor Database.
Nuclear Energy: An Introduction to the Concepts, Systems, and Applications of Nuclear Processes, Eighth Edition, provides essential information on basic nuclear physics, systems and the applications of nuclear energy.
It comprehensively covers Basic Concepts, Radiation and Its Uses, and Nuclear Power, providing students with a broad view of. Nuclear Energy: An Introduction to the Concepts, Systems, and Applications of Nuclear Processes, Eighth Edition, provides essential information on basic nuclear physics, systems and the applications of nuclear comprehensively covers Basic Concepts, Radiation and Its Uses, and Nuclear Power, providing students with a broad view of nuclear energy and science.
Human Factors in the Nuclear Industry: Supporting Human Performance for Improved Safety presents the latest research and studies of human factors in the nuclear industry. It models and highlights scientific and technological foundations before providing practical examples of applications within the nuclear facility of human performance at an individual, Book Edition: 1.
NEI and its members promote the benefits of nuclear power, advocate for smart policies and educate lawmakers on industry issues. of emission-free electricity. Top of the carbon-free pack. Nuclear is the largest source of clean energy in America. Clean. Reliable.
Essential. Nuclear energy provides nearly 20 percent of all electricity in the U.S. Nuclear power, the use of sustained nuclear fission to generate heat and electricity, contributes nearly 20 percent of the electricity generated in America.
The United States has used nuclear power for more than 60 years to produce reliable, low-carbon energy and to support national defense activities. Clean, reliable nuclear energy is a critical part of U.S. infrastructure because it runs nonstop for months at a time.
Nuclear generates jobs. Nuclear energy provides more thanwell-paid, long-term jobs and supports local economies with millions of dollars in state and local tax revenues. Nuclear protects our air. Nuclear power is the use of nuclear reactions that release nuclear energy to generate heat, which most frequently is then used in steam turbines to produce electricity in a nuclear power r power can be obtained from nuclear fission, nuclear decay and nuclear fusion reactions.
Presently, the vast majority of electricity from nuclear power is produced by nuclear. Lower costs of natural gas, lower demand for electricity growth due to slow economic growth, and the effects of the recession have also dampened interest in nuclear power, made worse—in his view—by the presence of federal production tax credits for renewable energy sources that do not benefit the nuclear industry.
The book proceeds to summarize four accidents from the year history of nuclear energy, as well as select regulatory battles during Jaczko’s seven-year stint (–12) on the : Katie Tubb.
Although Jaczko’s account will become standard reading as an antinuclear book, his reasons have more to do with regulation than nuclear energy per se. Jaczko sees two paths ahead.
One has a sustainable future with nuclear reactors that includes widespread recognition that accidents will happen and a greater commitment to safety. At times, the book is a bit heavy-handed as Cravens dispels myths about radiation, nuclear power, nuclear waste, and the impact of the nuclear industry on the At times, the book is a bit heavy-handed as Cravens dispels myths about radiation, nuclear power, nuclear waste, and the impact of the nuclear industry on the environment.4/5.
The Untold Story of Nuclear. The United States and Canada released a new book at CEM under the NICE Future initiative called "Breakthroughs: Nuclear Innovation in a Clean Energy System." It’s a collection of short stories that focuses on near-term innovations in nuclear energy.
This is not a typical policy report. Nuclear Energy provides an authoritative reference on all aspects of the nuclear industry from fundamental reactor physics calculations to reactor design, nuclear fuel resources, nuclear fuel cycle, radiation detection and protection, and nuclear power economics.
Featuring 19 peer-reviewed entries by recognized authorities in the field, this book provides comprehensive. Get this from a library.
Nuclear energy and the nuclear industry: a guide to selected literature and sources of information. [Kerry Chester; Science Reference and Information Service.].
Yet, U.S. nuclear power plants continue to close, reducing nuclear energy’s potential impact. In their new book, Keeping the Lights on at America’s Nuclear Power Plants, Jeremy Carl and David.
Under current trends, nuclear capacity in would amount to GW, compared with GW under the SDS. At least a doubling of the annual rate of capacity additions is therefore required. This section was authored by the Nuclear Energy Agency, Division of Nuclear Technology Development and Economics (NTE).
More people support nuclear as part of a low carbon energy mix All results are from a survey of 2, people, conducted on behalf of the Nuclear Industry Association by .Nuclear Energy Data is the Nuclear Energy Agency’s annual compilation of statistics and country reports documenting nuclear power status in NEA member countries and in the OECD area.
Information provided by governments includes statistics on total electricity produced by all sources and by nuclear power, fuel cycle capacities and requirements. Nuclear power has an uncertain role in the future energy transition, both in the U.S.
and abroad. Some see nuclear power as the best way to produce carbon-free energy in the near term and at the right scale to power entire societies.
Others claim that the dangers involved in nuclear fission, as well as the economics involved, will lead to the abandonment of the .