Asked in Nuclear Energy, Science Experiments
Should the UK develop nuclear power in the future?
We should not have nuclear power in the future because so many things can happen; for example people can get skin cancer and can cause high level radioactive waste/and it is very expensive and also nuclear power can cause small accidents. the nuclear power looks like a dick with wee coming out (that is a very true fact) i am very picc or i dont want skin cancer ...
Asked in Science, Physics, Nuclear Energy
Is nuclear power the best for the world in the future?
No. Like fossil fuels, it has only a temporary positive effect and just creates more problems for later generations to solve. ...
Asked in Nuclear Energy, Energy, Fossil Fuels
How much time will it take for us to fully convert to nuclear power from fossil fuel?
We will almost certainly not convert fully to nuclear power. What we will most likely have in the future is a mix of power sources, just as we have today, but with a decreased emphasis on fossil fuel. Every power source has its costs and its problems, in addition to its benefits. Like all the others, nuclear power has its problems, just like any other. We do not have a good way to manage the waste. And nuclear fuel will eventually run...
Asked in Nuclear Energy
What is one advantage of nuclear power?
Nuclear power Gives almost infinite electricity. like the sun, it has nuclear fusion, and nuclear fusion is infinite power. we are not that far with technology. so we have nuclear separation. now i don't know if that's the correct English term, but separation too gives allot of cheap electricity. The advantage Of nuclear power is allot of cheap Energy. ...
Asked in Economics, Nuclear Energy
What solutions have been found for nuclear energy?
Solutions? The most effective way to use nuclear power yet found is the PWR, with BWR a close second. These work well, but more advanced solutions will be developed in the future, like fast breeder reactors and fusion. ...
What is nuclear power station?
A Nuclear Power Station is facility for producing electricity using Nuclear Power. It uses the principle of "Nuclear Fission" of the radioactive element Like Uranium, plutonium etc by bombardment of "Neutron" on them. Nuclear fission disintegrates the nucleus of a radioactive atom in to two parts, with release of huge amount of heat energy. This energy is used to produce steam & thus power / electricity by turbine principle. ...
Asked in Science
Can you make a real ark reactor?
An Ark reactor as currently describe in comic is very much like a Nuclear Fuel Cell. Possibly convert energy from Nuclear reaction to power. Possibly a plasma nuclear fusion reactor. I believe in the future it could be made. See the link and compare the similarity of fusion reactor and Ark reactor. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Why is there a renewed interest in nuclear power for electricity?
Because nuclear power whilst producing radioactive waste does not produce carbon dioxide like coal power plants. Also they produce alot more power than burning coal. ...
Asked in Nuclear Reactors
Why did a nuclear power plant chooses an egglike shape reactor?
The reactor is not Egg like. It is the Containment area that is egg like, So no steam or nuclear radiation cannot escape. ...