Nuclear power 2012

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Presentation 5th October 2012

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Magdalena G L

Spanish student 1


Where's your work??

Where is your contribution?--L.Doolaard (talk) 12:03, 2 October 2012 (CEST)

MY WORK A nuclear power plant produces 7.900 million KWh.

The advantages of nuclear power its efficiency and high energy generation from smalls amounts of fuel;the low greenhouse gas emission.

The disadvantages os nuclear power, the storage and management of dangerous high level radioactive waste; the possibility of proliferation of nuclear materials and potential terrorist expplications, the high cost of building nuclear facilities and the small possibility of accidents.

Sara I

HI!!! ;)

Where is your contribution???--L.Doolaard (talk) 12:03, 2 October 2012 (CEST) The basic principle of operation of a nuclear power plant is based on obtaining heat energy through nuclear fission core comustible atoms. With this heat energy, which have a vapor of water, will convert into mechanical energy in a turbine, and finally convert mechanical energy into electrical energy by a generator. Do you really understand how it works?--L.Doolaard (talk) 22:52, 3 October 2012 (CEST) EFFECTS ON THE ENVIROMENT: Nuclear power is not necessarily a source of clean energy. The effects of nuclear energy in the environment pose serious problems to be taken into account. Nuclear energy has been called a clean source of energy because plants do not emit carbon dioxide. CONCLUSION:--L.Doolaard (talk) 22:59, 3 October 2012 (CEST) While nuclear energy is a good way to get electricity besides fossil fuels and reduce leverage other compounds do not have the total and reliable security measures, as any mistake can end up with millions of vidas. The're part the vast majority people know the benefits it has brought production of this energy, but very few people know the real risk that means. For more security measures are in place there is always 0.1% that may occur at any time a global catastrophe. Copy paste? no.

Famke V

hello world!!!!!!!!!!!!!! can it be used in the netherlands or in spain, why?/ why not? it can be used in the netherlands because in the netherlands there is lots of water which can be used for get of the heat. and it is the same for spain.

is it expensive? yes it is very expensive because the nuclear power plants are very big and all the things around it are expensive. and also when there happend an accident because they have to clear all of the damage, which is expensive, and they need to build it aqain, which is expensive also. is it renewable? no because once the energy is used, they can´t use it again. it is impossible.

How does it work? Nuclear power is the use of sustained nuclear fission to generate heat and electricity.

Are you dependent of other countries when you want to generate electricity with this energy scource? Nuclear power plants provide about 6% of the world's energy and 13–14% of the world's electricity, with the U.S., France, and Japan together accounting for about 50% of nuclear generated electricity.

Is it renewable? Although nuclear power is considered a low carbon power generation source,[1] its legal inclusion with renewable energy power sources has been the subject of debate. Statutory and scientific definitions of renewable energies usually exclude nuclear energy.


Martijne van de H

How does it work? Nuclear power is het use of sustained nuclear fission to generate heat and electricity. By heating up things in the nuclear power plant this getting heated up, and so you can generate electricity. Where can you find plants of this scource and why? There are 439 nuclear power plants in the whole world, in 31 countries. The most and the biggest nuclear power plants are finded in Japan, the US, and you also can find alot of nuclear power plants in France. There are also 150 naval vessels (

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