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  • NuclearEnergy
    • Introduction
    • Energy History
    • What Is Nuclear Energy?
    • What’s fission process?
    • How itworks?
    • Nuclearenergy: good or bad ?
    • The future of nuclearenergy
    • Biblography
  • Introduction:
  • Einstein'sdiscovery
    Einstein's discovery
    equation :E=mc²
    • E is the [energy]
    • m is the [mass]
    • c speed of light.
  • What is Nuclear Energy ?
  • What’s fission process ?
  • Fission process
  • Chain reaction
  • How it works ?
  • Reactor
  • Steamgenerator
  • Turbine
  • Generator
  • Generator
  • Nuclearenergy : good or bad ?
  • Advantages
    12-18% of the world's electricity is generated through nuclear energy.
    there is very little effect on the environment.
    the high reserves of uranium found on Earth, are expected to last for another 100 years.
    nuclear fuel is inexpensive and easier to transport.
  • Nuclear energy can be used for production and proliferation of nuclear weapons
    The nuclear reactors will work only as long as uranium is available
    The waste produced after fission reactions contains unstable elements and is highly radioactive
    The Chernobyl disaster
    Disadvantages
  • The future of Nuclear Energy
    What do you think we should do?
    After reviewing the pros and cons,
    it is up to you to formulate your own
    opinion.
  • Bibliography
    • [Times Topics Energy nuclear] By nyt,MatthewL.Wald
    web site : <http://www.nytimes.com/info/nuclear-energy/>
    Last cheked : Friday , December 17, 2010
    • [World NuclearAssociation] By Wilson, P.D., 1996, The Nuclear Fuel Cycle, OUP.
    Web site : <http://www.world-nuclear.org/info/inf32.html>
    Last cheked :November 2010
    • [The future Nuclear Power] Massachusetts institute of Technology
    Web site: <http://web.mit.edu/nuclearpower/>
    Last cheked : Friday , December 17, 2010