Nuclear

Nuclear Waste Policy in the United States

July
2010
Special Section
Bond Calloway, Sarah Widder
The current U.S. reactor fleet produces 2,100–2,400 ton/yr of spent nuclear fuel (SNF). After 50-plus years of nuclear power generation, 64,000 tons of SNF has accumulated in temporary storage at the reactor sites. How did we get where we are, and...

Clean Nuclear Energy

AIChE Annual Meeting
Oct 16, 2011
This presentation will discuss nuclear energy.

Nuclear Process Chemistry Tutorial - Session 4

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 29, 2009
Part IV of a two day tutorial on nuclear process chemistry is presented in four instruction sessions and two review/problem sessions. Purpose of the...

Nuclear Process Chemistry Tutorial - Session 3

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 29, 2009
Part III of a two day tutorial on nuclear process chemistry is presented in four instruction sessions and two review/problem sessions. Purpose of the...

Nuclear Process Chemistry Tutorial - Session 2

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 27, 2009
Part II of a two day tutorial on nuclear process chemistry is presented in four instruction sessions and two review/problem sessions. Purpose of the...

Nuclear Process Chemistry Tutorial - Session 1

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 27, 2009
Part I of a two day tutorial on nuclear process chemistry is presented in four instruction sessions and two review/problem sessions. Purpose of the...

Nuclear Power: Fueling the Hydrogen Economy

July
2010
Special Section
William A. Summers
Nuclear hydrogen might first enter the transportation market to supplement existing fossil resources. In the long-term, it could be a key in the development of a hydrogen economy.

Developing a Position on Nuclear Power

July
2010
Special Section
AIChE’s Nuclear Engineering Division recommends expanding the role of nuclear power and closing the nuclear fuel cycle. <br>

Nuclear Renaissance: A Flawed Proposition

July
2010
Special Section
Anthony D'Agostino, Benjamin K. Sovacool
Nuclear power has never been safe and it never will be. Efficiency gains and investment in renewable sources of energy will be sufficient to power the planet without resorting to nuclear reactors.
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