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A Brief History of Nuclear Reactor Accidents: From Leipzig to Fukushima (Paperback)

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Are you afraid of a nuclear reactor accident? Should you be? This book will arm you with the scientific knowledge necessary to make a rational and informed opinion on the subject, without having to be an expert in nuclear physics. Written so that a non-specialist can easily approach the highly technical aspects, it looks at all significant nuclear reactor accidents since the dawn of the Atomic Age and brings to light many crucial details that rarely, if ever, appear in the general media. Serge Marguet, an internationally renowned expert in reactor physics, breaks down the must-know technical aspects of numerous nuclear reactor accidents throughout history - both famous and unknown - from the first ever nuclear accident in Leipzig to the Chernobyl explosion and, finally, the Fukushima affair and its most recent developments. With many high-quality photographs and diagrams, this book is essential reading for anyone concerned about nuclear safety, curious about nuclear reactors, or simply interested in the history - and future - of nuclear power.

Product Details
ISBN: 9783031104992
ISBN-10: 3031104994
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: January 24th, 2023
Pages: 414
Language: English
Series: Springer Praxis Books
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