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Author NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Nuclear Power and Energy Security (2009 : Yerevan, Armenia)

Title Nuclear power and energy security / edited by Samuel A. Apikyan and David J. Diamond
Published Dordrecht : Springer : In cooperation with NATO Public Diplomacy Division, [2010]
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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 282 pages) : illustrations, maps
Series NATO science for peace and security series. Series B, Physics and biophysics, 1874-6500
NATO Science for Peace and Security series. B, Physics and biophysics.
Contents Note continued: Nuclear Energy in Armenia History, Problems, Possibilities and Outlook / Gera Sevikyan / Movses Vardanyan / Samuel Apikyan -- Development of Nuclear Energy in Armenia / Aram A. Gevorgyan / Areg A. Galstyan -- Some Neutron Absorbing Elements and Devices for Fast Nuclear Reactors Regulation Systems / Paata J. Kervalishvili -- Development of Design of a Radioisotope Switchable Neutron Source and New Portable Detector of Smuggling / Lary Meskhi / L. Kurdadze -- New Designs of Medium Power VVER Reactor Plants / V.V. Petrov / I.G. Shehekin / D.O. Veselov / A.E. Chetverikov / V.A. Mokhov / S.B. Ryzhov / Mikhael P. Nikitenko -- National Assessment Study in Armenia Using Innovative Nuclear Reactors and Fuel Cycles Methodology for an Innovative Nuclear Systems in a Country with Small Grid / Vahan H. Sargsyan / Aram A. Gevorgyan / Areg A. Galstyan -- CANDLE Reactor: An Option for Simple, Safe, High Nuclear Proliferation Resistant, Small Waste and Efficient Fuel Use Reactor / Hiroshi Sekimoto -- Emissions of the Corrosion Radionuclides in an Atmosphere / Movses Vardanyan -- IAEA Support for Operating Nuclear Reactors / Omoto Akira -- Solid Coolant and Prospects of Its Use in Innovative Reactors / Valentin P. Deniskin / A.M. Dmitriev -- Innovation Projects of Atomic Energy Institute of National Nuclear Center RK in the Area of Peaceful Use of Atomic Energy / E. Kenzhin / Irina Tazhibayeva / Y. Vasiliyev / A. Kolodeshnikov / A. Vurim -- Innovative Designs of Nuclear Reactors / Boris A. Gabaraev / Yuri S. Cherepnin
Note continued: Development of Devices for Handling with BN-350 Radioactive Waste / Irina L. Tazhibayeva / Yu. A. Serebrennikov / Dmitri I. Zelenski / A.E. Arustamov / S.A. Dmitriev / A.I. Skvortsov / V.I. Kalinkin / S. Khametov / V.V. Yakovlev / E.A. Kenzhin / O.G. Romanenko / A.G. Iksanov / S.N. Pustobaev / Yu. P. Shirobokov / G.P. Pugachyev / A.N. Baldov / L.N. Tikhomirov / V.V. Tkachenko / A. Kh. Klepikov -- Institutional Support to the Nuclear Power Based on Transportable Installations / Viacheslav P. Kuznetsov / Yuri S. Cherepnin -- International Cooperation and Security in the Field of Nuclear Energy in Armenia / Vilen E. Stepanyan / Dimitri A. Khachatryan / Arman A. Avagyan -- Applied Model of Through-Wall Crack of Coolant Vessels of VVER-Type Reactors / M. Vardanyan / A. Khachatryan / Vahram Petrosyan / Telemak Hovakimyan / K. Minasyan
Summary World energy consumption has grown dramatically over the past few decades. This growth in energy demand will be driven by large increases in both economic growth and world population coupled with rising living standards in rapidly growing countries. The last years, we routinely hear about a "renaissance" of nuclear energy. The recognition that nuclear power is vital to global energy security in the 21st century has been growing for some time. "The more we look to the future, the more we can expect countries to be considering the potential benefits that expanding nuclear power has to offer for the global environment and for economic growth," IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei said in advance of a gathering of 500 nuclear power experts assembled in Moscow for the "International Conference on Fifty Years of Nuclear Power - the Next Fifty Years". But such a renaissance is not a single-valued and sure thing. Legitimate four unresolved questions remain about high relative costs; perceived adverse safety, environmental, and health effects; potential security risks stemming from proliferation; and unresolved challenges in long-term management of nuclear wastes. Failure to answer these questions adequately could imperil the nuclear revival so many have proclaimed is night. This proceeding examines the status and future of nuclear power because of a belief that this technology is an important option for the regional and the world countries to meet the future energy needs without emitting carbon dioxide and other atmospheric pollutants. The objectives, addressed to government, industry, and academic leaders, discusses the interrelated technical, economic, environmental and political challenges facing a significant increase in the global nuclear power utilization over the next half century and what might be done to overcome those challenges
Notes "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Nuclear Power and Energy Security, Yerevan, Armenia, 26-29 May 2009"--Title page verso
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Nuclear energy -- Safety measures -- Congresses.
Nuclear power plants -- Security measures -- Congresses.
Nuclear terrorism -- Prevention -- Congresses.
Security, International -- Congresses.
Nuclear energy -- Congresses.
Energy policy -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Apikyan, Samuel.
Diamond, David J.
LC no. 2009937940
ISBN 9789048135042
9048135044
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