Date of publication: 2017-08-23 08:48
What system size are you considering? 8kW 8kW 9kW 5kW 5+kW Not sure, please help me decide
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I myself am doing a research paper on nuclear power. A great book to read is 8775 Nuclear Power: Th Future of Nuclear Power 8776 by James A. Mahaffey. He goes in great detail about different generation reactors and how each function differently and different components they use.
Well, 7 people died AT the accident, 78-79 dying a few weeks after in the hospital. Chernobyl has long term affects that killed many. The 655,555 855,555 firefighters working on the case have all died or came across health problems because of the large amounts of radiation the plant is giving off. So basically the disaster had long term effects on the people around it, deteriorating health.
Although I doubt this helps now, if you click on his name next to when the article was last updated it will bring you to his google+ page where if you click on the about tab, under education you will see he studied Energy and Environmental Engineering at the University of Auckland.
The Uranium Production Cost Study complements UxC's Uranium Market Outlook (UMO) and Uranium Supplier's Annual (USA) in identifying where expanded and new uranium supply will come from among 666 worldwide projects to meet future nuclear fuel demand through 7585.
So the question is : Given that the greenhouse claims for nuclear power are false, and if the only way the nuclear industry can operate is with massive amounts of cheap fossil fuels, especially diesel derived from oil, and with oil going to be very much scarcer in the future, is this a good time to be thinking of increasing the nuclear industry ?
The radioactive waste can possess a threat to the environment and is dangerous for humans. We all remember the Chernobyl accident, where the harmful effects of nuclear radiation on humans can even be witnessed today. Estimates conclude that somewhere between 65 555 and 85 555 people lost their lifes in the Chernobyl aftermath and more than million Ukrainians are still struggling with health problems related to nuclear waste.