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Tagged events

September 2015

SEP 24
We are pleased to announce that BIT’s 5th New Energy Forum-2015 will be held in Xi'an, China during September 24-26, 2...

Xi’an,
China

February 2016

FEB 1
Power Plant Simulation Conference is an annual conference sponsored by The Society for Modeling and Simulation Internati...

San Antonio, Texas,
United States

April 2017

APR 10
Focusing on real-world planning, financing, business and economic issues, the course will examine how reactor procuremen...

Jakarta,
Indonesia

January 2019

JAN 20
The 2019 Power Plant Simulation Conference (PowerPlantSim’19) is an annual conference sponsored by The Society for Mod...

Tampa,
United States

August 2019

AUG 12
The 8th ICCE conference (ICCE2019) takes place in Montreal, Canada. Montreal rates as one of the world’s most livable...

Montreal,
Canada

AUG 29
Outlook Conferences is pleased to welcome you all for OLC Condensed Matter Physics Conference(OLCCMPC-2019), which will...

Valencia, Spain,
United Kingdom

Books

by Ruben M. Serrato

11/10/2010

Laser isotope separation (LIS) is an emerging technology that uses relatively small, widely-available lasers to achieve civilian or weapons grade concentration of fissile material to fuel nuclear reactions. To date only a few, limited proliferation risk analyses of LIS technology have been conducted. This paper provides a historically and technically informed update on the current state of LIS technology and it explains the high likelihood of increased global LIS adoption. The paper also explains how international rules governing nuclear energy are ill-equipped to handle such new technology. It traces the current limitations to broader issues in international relations theory, especially the incomplete accounts of the role of technology in the proliferation dynamic in the dominant neoreali...

by Wolfgang Hummel

07/28/2002

The Nagra/PSI Chemical Thermodynamic Data Base 01/01 is an encyclopedia of thermodynamic data recommended for environmental studies. The data base focuses on elements commonly found as major solutes in natural waters, and on actinides and fission products relevant for radioactive waste disposal projects. It is the official chemical thermodynamic data base used in Swiss radioactive waste disposal projects. The detailed discussion of every number recommended in this encyclopedia is the result of a multi man-year project of the Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI), a Swiss National Lab. The five authors of this work have many years of experience in research, data base development and the application of thermodynamic data in environmental studies. The data included for many elements are based on the...