Uranium and Nuclear Energy: 1981 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780408221511, 9781483162096

Uranium and Nuclear Energy: 1981

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium Held by the Uranium Institute, London, 2 – 4 September, 1981

Authors: Yong Zhou
eBook ISBN: 9781483162096
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 15th April 1982
Page Count: 416
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Description

Uranium and Nuclear Energy: 1981 is a collection of 27 papers presented at the Sixth International Symposium on Uranium and Nuclear Energy, held by The Uranium Institute, London on September 2-4, 1981. This six-part volume represents a true cross-section of world opinion on nuclear matters.
After briefly discussing the leading problems linked to world’s energy and ideas concerning possible solutions, this book goes on presenting the Uranium Institute analysis on uranium supply and demand, the growth in stockpiles of natural and enriched uranium, and the effect of these stockpiles on the market for natural uranium. Part III examines the principles and applicability of the geological, geophysical, and geochemical uranium exploration techniques, while Part IV highlights the possibility of utilizing nuclear energy in a number of countries, with a particular emphasis on the involvement of public and the organizations in nuclear plant construction for project implementation. Part V considers the controversy in supply assurances in the nuclear field and the prospects of reaching new international consensus concerning uranium utilization. Part VI deals with the growing maturity of the nuclear industry, the nature of the world’s energy crisis, and the plight of the developing countries in nuclear energy.
This book will be of value to nuclear energy researchers and economists.

Table of Contents


The Uranium Institute

Members

Officers and Council

Editors' Note

Foreword

Part One World Energy Perspectives

Chairman and Authors

Chairman's Introduction

World Energy Outlook

Coal's Contribution to Energy Supply

Electricity Production Costs in European Countries

Nuclear Energy and the Developing World

Prospects and Problems for Nuclear Power and Its Fuel Cycle in Developing Countries

Prospects for Nuclear Power in the USA

Discussion

Part Two Uranium Supply and Demand

Chairman and Authors

Uranium Supply and Demand, 1980-1995: A Uranium Institute Analysis

Influence of Stockpiles on the Market for Natural Uranium

The American Uranium Market: Three Perspectives

Discussion

Part Three Uranium Production and Exploration

Chairman and Authors

Uranium Exploration Techniques and Their Applicability

Application of Information Technology to Uranium Exploration

Uranium Exploration in Developing Countries

The ERGO Project: Uranium from Mine Tailings

Uranium Production in Canada

Discussion

Part Four Nuclear Acceptance

Chairman and Authors

Chairman's Introduction

Introduction to Subject

Risk of Producing Energy — and Conserving it

Relative Risk Studies and Their Relevance to Decision-Making: The Analytical Approach in Perspective

Nuclear Energy and the Public: Risk Perception, Attitudes and Behavior

Nuclear Acceptance and the Regulatory Environment: Hard Lessons from American Experience

Swedish Policy for the Back End of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle

What Should the Nuclear Industry Do?

Discussion

Invited Lecture

Introduction and Author

Energy Production and Climatic Change: An Assessment

Discussion

Part Five International and Commercial Aspects of Uranium Policy

Chairman and Authors

Supply Assurances: A New International Consensus?

Institutional Models for Nuclear Fuel Cycle Facilities

Guarantee in Uranium Supply Contracts: Force Majeure and Embargo Provisions

Responsible Leadership in International Commerce

Summing up on Behalf of the Uranium Institute

Discussion

Part Six Summary of Proceedings and Banquet Address

Speakers

Chairman's Closing Remarks

Banquet Address

Participants in the Symposium

Details

No. of pages:
416
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Butterworth-Heinemann 1982
Published:
Imprint:
Butterworth-Heinemann
eBook ISBN:
9781483162096

About the Author

Yong Zhou

Professor Yong Zhou is a recognized expert in the field of non-linear difference equations and their applications in China. He was Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations over 2007-2011, and is present Guest Editor at Optimization (T&F), Nonlinear Dynamics and Journal of Vibration and Control (Sage), and at Elsevier former Guest Editor of Computers & Mathematics with Applications over 2010-2012 and Applied Mathematics and Computation over 2014-2015.

Affiliations and Expertise

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Zhejiang Normal University, P.R. China.

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