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nucleonics

the branch of physics concerned with the applications of nuclear energy

nucleonics

[‚nü·klē′än·iks]
(engineering)
The technology based on phenomena of the atomic nucleus such as radioactivity, fission, and fusion; includes nuclear reactors, various applications of radioisotopes and radiation, particle accelerators, and radiation-detection devices.
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Since you're probably not a regular reader of the trade publication Nucleonics Week, let me summarize an article that appeared in its October 8 issue: It reported that Iran's supply of low-enriched uranium -- the potential feedstock for nuclear bombs -- appears to have certain "impurities" that "could cause centrifuges to fail" if the Iranians try to boost it to weapons grade.
8 billion megawatt-hours (MWh) recorded in 2006, according to data released by Nucleonics Week, a publication of Platts, a leading global provider of energy and commodities information.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for October 2000, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 206.
North Anna and Surry were the lowest and second-lowest cost producers of the companies that reported their costs to the federal government during the three-year period 2010-2012, Nucleonics Week, a newsletter and database published by The McGraw-Hill Companies, reported recently.
It joins the greater suite of hundreds of long-established global energy information products, including Platts Global Alert, a real-time petroleum information service, and regional and global newsletters including but not exclusive to such names as Platts Oilgram Price Report, Global Power Report, Platts International Coal Report, Platts Energy in East Europe, Platts Petrochemical Report, Platts Renewable Energy Report, Platts Inside Energy, Platts UK Gas Report, Platts Nucleonics Week, Platts Energy Trader, Platts Electric Utility Week, and Platts Steel Markets Daily.
6% were missing eyewash bottles in nucleonics and near the secondary sample sink.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for September 1998, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 193.
Companies discussed include: Berkeley Nucleonics, Canberra Industries, Covance, Fluke Electronics, Fuji Electronics, General Atomics, Inveresk, Kromek, Laurus Systems, Ludlum Measurements, Mirion Technologies, Oak Ridge Detector Laboratory (ORDELA):, Ortec (Ametek), Polimaster, Quintiles, RadComm, RAE Systems (Honeywell), RapiScan Systems, Sanofi-Synthelabo, Saphymo, SE International, SMART Labs, and Thermo Fisher Scientific.
The world's nuclear operators have set a record for total power generation in 2006, according to preliminary data just released by Nucleonics Week, a publication of Platts, the world's leading energy information provider and top supplier of benchmark spot energy prices.
Personal eyewash bottles are required and must be accessible in the vicinity of nucleonics and the secondary sample sink.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for July 1998, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 199.
Companies discussed in this report include: Arrow-Tech, Baltic Scientific, Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation, Bruker, Bubble Technology, Canberra, FLIR, L-3 Communications, Leidos, Ludlam Measurements, Mirion, North American Technical Services, Nuctech, Radiation Monitoring Devices (Dynasil), Rapiscan, Safran/Morpho, Saphymo, Smiths Group, and Thermo Fisher Scientific.