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Nuclear Engineering: A Conceptual Introduction to Nuclear Power Nuclear Engineering A Conceptual Introduction to Nuclear Power provides coverage of the introductory, salient principles of nuclear engineering in a comprehensive manner for those entering the profession at the end of their degree The nuclear power industry is undergoing a renaissance because of the desire for low carbon baseload electricity, the growing population, and environmental concerns about shale gas, so this book is a welcomed addition to the science In addition, users will find a great deal of information on the change in the industry, along with other topical areas of interest that are uniquely covered Intended for undergraduate students or early postgraduate students studying nuclear engineering, this new text will also be appealing to scientifically literate non experts wishing to be better informed about the nuclear option Presents a succinct and clear explanation of the key facts and concepts on how nuclear engineering power systems function and how their related fuel supply cycles operateProvides full coverage of the nuclear fuel cycle, including its scientific and historical basisDescribes a comprehensive range of relevant reactor designs, from those that are defunct, current, and in plan construction for the future, including SMRs and GenIVSummarizes all major accidents and their impact on the industry and societyMalcolm Joyce holds a Personal Chair in Nuclear Engineering at Lancaster University and was Head of Department from His industrial experience includes Smith System Engineering Ltd BNFL plc and most recently as Technical Director of Hybrid Instruments Ltd His area of research interest is in Nuclear Engineering including nuclear safeguards instrumentation, portable neutron spectrometry,decommissioning related analytical methods, nuclear policy and environmental consequences, medical radiotherapy radiation effects He is author onrefereed journal articles and has specialised over the lastyears in the field of digital mixed field radiation assay with fast, organic liquid scintillation detectors Prior to this he spent four years in research in industry and has a h index ofAn impact case study based on Professor Joyce s research submitted to theResearch Excellent Framework was assessed as being ofquality Professor Joyce was the Scientific Chair of the Nuclear Institute s International Conference on Control Instrumentation for Nuclear Installations SeptemberHe is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Nuclear Institute He is Editor on the Elsevier journal Progress in Nuclear Energy He led the team inthat researched and wrote the Nuclear Lessons Learned report, on behalf of the Royal Academy of Engineering and Engineering the Future In October , the degree of Doctor of Engineering DEng was conferred upon him in recognition of his contribution to the field of Fast Neutron Digitization and Related Analytical Methods He is a member of the UK Government s Nuclear Industry Research Advisory Board NIRAB , and elected member of the IEEE Radiation Instrumentation Steering Committee RISC and deputy chair of the steering committee of the National Nuclear Users Facility NNUF Inhe and his team were awarded the James Watt medal by the Institution of Civil Engineers ICE for best paper in the journal Proc ICE Energy for research on the depth profiling of radioactive contamination in concrete

  • Format Kindle
  • 420 pages
  • Nuclear Engineering: A Conceptual Introduction to Nuclear Power
  • Malcolm Joyce Professor
  • Anglais
  • 13 June 2019
  • 0081009623

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