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World Nuclear Power

Peter R Mounfield



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29 October 2019
Economics of industrial organisation; International economics; Mathematics & Sciences; Energy; Environmental science, engineering & technology
Originally published in 1991, this comprehensive volume provides not only technical information regardig the global nuclear power industry, but also discusses the economic, social and political issues which have an impact on the industry. There are specific chapters on the nuclear industry in the USA & Canada, Western Europe, the former USSR and Eastern Europe and East Asia which examine in detail the particular set of geographical and economic conditions which affect each area. Including an extensive glossary, figures and tabulated information, this book remains one of the most accessible, impartial and thorough studies of the global nucelar industry.
By:   Peter R Mounfield
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 156mm, 
Weight:   862g
ISBN:   9781138306400
ISBN 10:   1138306401
Series:   Routledge Library Editions: Energy Economics
Pages:   462
Publication Date:   29 October 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Further / Higher Education ,  A / AS level
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
1. Preliminary Considerations: Reactor Types and Characteristics 2. The world Pattern of Nuclear Power Production 3. The USA and Canada 4. Western Europe 5. The USSR and CMEA Countries of Eatern Europe 6. East Asia 7. From Uranium Ore to Fuel Element: The Front-End of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle 8. The Nature of the Hazards: Radiation and Its Biological Effects 9. Money Costs of Nuclear and Their Locational Effects 10. Safety issues in the Siting of Nuclear Power Plants 11. Siting in Relation to Exceptional Environmental Events: Earthquakes and Faults, Tornadoes, Tsunamis and Floods 12. The Back-End of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle: Storing and Transporting Radioactive Waste 13. Prospects for the Future.

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