The average man cannot "help" make nuclear power. Once the plant is online, there is a crew hired by the owner of the plant to run it. I guess you could apply for any job openings at your nearest plant.
it is a place to make things like electricity out of nuclear power.
Generally, no. But nations capable of making nuclear power plants may be able to extend the technology to make weapons.
Yes there is a difference between Nuclear Physics and Nuclear power.Nuclear power is its power and physics is how you make it and all of its engineering
because coal power plants use coal and nuclear power plants use nuclear energy to make electricity!!
Nuclear power reactors are potentially dangerous, we have to make them safe by careful design and operation
Nuclear power is in use. Feasibility is 100%. There are a lot of questions yet to be reasolved, but whether it can make power or not is proven.
Nuclear power does not produce emissions like CO2 and sulphur dioxide that are produced when fossil fuels are burned.
Nuclear Power Plants are used to help generate electricity. The advantages of Nuclear Power Plants are the efficiency and low immediate pollution. The disadvantages are the radioactive waste and possibility of a meltdown.
it helps us by giving off loads of power of from a little amount of uranium and that's how nuclear helps us. :-)
Nuclear energy was invented many years ago to help provide electricity, and to help develop powerful weapons. Nuclear power is still used today.
You don't need nuclear power, energy can be generated using other methods, fossil fuels, hydro-electric etc. However nuclear power does reduce a countries reliance on fossil fuel, which can be particularly important for countries with few fossil fuel reserves of their own. Nuclear power stations do not release CO2 into the atmosphere so do not directly contribute to global warming. Many countries are looking at an investment in nuclear power to help meet CO2 emissions targets. Nuclear power stations are also required to make plutonium for nuclear weapons. Plutonium does not occur naturally and can only be made from uranium in nuclear reactors. Any country with a nuclear weapons program will have a civilian nuclear power industry for this reason.
power generators or nuclear power can be used to make electricity
No, nuclear energy is only used to make electricity
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Yes coal is cheaper than nuclear power station because with nuclear they use it to make weapons and nuclear is a lot of money than coal
Nuclear reactors produce heat, the heat then is used to make steam, turning turbines. Therefore, the waste of a nuclear power plant is excess steam.
To make steam, to turn a generator.
Well, if you use it to make a bomb...
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pros... Nuclear power costs about the same as coal, around 3 cent so it's not expensive to make
Way to many -- nuclear power is by far the most efficient.
Nuclear power plants use the heat from the radioactive decay of Uranium or other radioactive atoms to boil water and make steam to run electrical generators.
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