4 edition of Using nuclear energy found in the catalog.
Using nuclear energy
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Why science matters|
|LC Classifications||TK9148 .T69 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781432924829, 9781432924898|
|LC Control Number||2008051118|
Nuclear energy makes use of fuel produced from mined and processed uranium to create steam and produce electricity. The quantity of energy launched through the nuclear fission of any given mass of the uranium is approximately 2,, times higher than that launched by the combustion of the same mass of carbon. As well as the quantity of. This expanded, revised, and updated fourth edition of Nuclear Energy maintains the tradition of providing clear and comprehensive coverage of all aspects of the subject, with emphasis on the explanation of trends and developments. As in earlier editions, the book is divided into three parts that achieve a natural flow of ideas: Basic Concepts, including the fundamentals of energy, particle Book Edition: 4.
Typical nuclear reactors consume only a fraction of the energy in their uranium fuel, which has lead to vast amounts of spent radioactive fuel rods. Transatomic's molten salt reactors would use. Using primarily Russian sources, this book explains the political and economic aspects of nuclear power. The nuclear fuel cycle is described, from the mining of natural uranium to Available Formats: Hardcover eBook.
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In the United States, nuclear energy is responsible for Using nuclear energy book 20% of the total electricity that is produced daily.
Five countries use nuclear energy as their main source of power: Belgium, France, Hungary, Slovakia, and Ukraine. Nuclear energy is an environmentally friendly power option. In his magisterial new book, Energy: A Human History, the Pulitzer-winning historian, Richard Rhodes, quotes the Using nuclear energy book of the first peaceful nuclear power plant, U.S.
Navy Admiral Hyman. Nuclear Energygy in the US, todayy US reactors, GWe is 13% of US installed capacity but provides about 20% of electricity.
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READ: Wind and solar power at record high incoal dips: Analysis. Existing nuclear plants that harness energy from fission reactions could be converted to consume this waste and convert to energy using fusion reactions.
However, in light of the risks of nuclear energy, the global trend has been to shutdown or “decommission” nuclear reactors (over have been decommissioned worldwide in the past decade). 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. InChina began exploring such extraction, drawing on a pile of some million metric tons of brown-coal fly ash at Xiaolongtang in.
This is a list of books about nuclear are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power.
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Having read this book and using the great notes at the end to further my research, I have had to change a lot of what I believed about nuclear energy. A very well written book on a subject that tends to cause arguments based on black or white with very little s: The burning of fossil fuels (oil, gas and coal) emit greenhouse gases, but there is also a limited supply and we are quickly using up our reserves.
Since nuclear fuel contains much more energy than a similar mass of hydrocarbons or coal, nuclear energy is an attractive alternative to carbon-based fuels. The world faces serious difficulties in obtaining the energy that will be needed in coming decades for a growing population, especially given the problem of climate change caused by fossil fuel use.
This book presents a view of nuclear energy as an important carbon-free energy s: 2. Executive Summary Nuclear power in the United States is at a moment of existential crisis. If the present challenges are not addressed, then the future of nuclear energy may be far less promising and superior US nuclear expertise diminished.
Nuclear power plants across the United States (and some other developed countries) are in trouble, shutting [ ]. In "Using Nuclear Energy", we find out how scientists discovered nuclear power, what happens if you split an atom, and about the immense blast a nuclear weapon can create.
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The uranium that is currently used for energy production in power plants is estimated to become depleted over the next centuries if we continue to use it for energy production purposes in the current manner. It's definitely pro-nuclear energy and would be good to read alongside an anti-nuclear energy book.
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