The definition of nuclear energy


Energy is divided into life to the renewable energy and energy and non-renewable, non-renewable energy is the natural gas, oil and consists in limited quantities in underground during the long years, as a result of burning a lot of pollution.

While renewable energy is that the infinite, such as solar energy and water and wind and other, clean not cause pollution when used, therefore, is going to be used, there is also the nuclear energy that is the Renewable Sources of Energy, what is the nuclear energy?

Nuclear energy


Is the power generated through the splitting or integration of cores, this is done in the nuclear reactor, which have a special specifications to control interactions so as not to get out of control, and caused and undesirable.


The seriousness of the nuclear energy infrared rays, as they affect the living organisms, causing disabilities and distortions and can cause death directly, Radioactivity entering the intervention to the cells and affect their interactions directly, the process of getting rid of waste resulting from interactions big problem because it is up to the diet of the population through access to drinking water or to plants through leaks inside the Earth layers.


The cost of construction of a nuclear reactor is too large to be difficult for some States production, here in Jordan experts found quantities of uranium in nuclear reactors, and there are still discussions on the construction of the reactor and the electric power generation and a few prices lieu of oil and natural gas.


But in practice of scientists considers nuclear energy types of renewable energy inexhaustible, reliable in many of uses without fear of ending such as oil and natural gas.


Nuclear reactors

Centers which runs through the process of producing nuclear energy, in which it is the process or fission nuclear integration which produce thermal power enormous used to heat water to produce steam water, which in turn will be launched on the engines and turbines for the conversion of kinetic energy into electrical energy used to play many cities factories, one of the most important components of the nuclear reactor of the reactor core containing nuclear fuel which place the operations on the core, as well as to speed which calms the speed of neutron flux to exploit the largest possible power of the movement, and also contains the nuclear reactor on radiator which consists of water or hydrogen gas, which works to withdraw temperature nuclear interaction on the one hand, and the use of steam output in other operations on the other hand.

The use of nuclear energy


The use of nuclear energy in ancient times through the nuclear bomb thrown by the United States of America on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which left behind many of the devastating effects of the large numbers of the population, but as was the exploitation of this energy in the areas of various useful to serve the interests of human rights.


The areas of the use of nuclear energy

The military field: use of Uranium titanium in the manufacturing of nuclear bombs and offspring.

The treatment of cancer diseases through destroy cancerous cells and stop their growth.

The treatment of thyroid disease,
is used here of radioactive iodine. Use some of the isotopes in the diagnosis of diseases such as calcium the INF Code.

Used in Sterilization Operations of peacekeeping and some types of food as it is considered the best of other ways, and maintained for extended periods of time, and the sterilization and food conservation through exposing them to a certain proportion of nuclear radiation.

Electric power generation and reliance on them in various areas.


The future of nuclear energy

The use of the world nuclear energy because of the residues of radioactive nuclear and non-recyclable, in view of the global warming phenomenon resulting from the smoke of factories and outputs nuclear reactors, as well as to the significant losses as a result of mistakes in dealing with the reactors like what happened with the Fukushima reactor 2011 M.

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The production of energy from the watersheds (hydropower)

(challenge President hydropower is that it is able to provide power to the transport sector)

Hydropower is the electricity generated by the watersheds, any energy production through the use of the gravitational force as a result of the fall of water. It is one of the forms of renewable energy used in the production of electricity. Before hydro energy use on a large scale to provide electrical energy, energy and water use for irrigation purposes only, operate machinery, such as the water windmills, textile machinery. Techniques currently hydropower sophisticated significantly and is not expected to occur a big leap in techniques in the future to increase its efficiency and expansion in use. Generating energy from the watersheds through the use of force or the flow of water to move the turbine generators instead of using the steam bath. Used the hydropower stations for generating electricity on a large scale since early in the twentieth century. There are two types of hydropower stations: the first type includes stations that use their birthplaces high water, these stations benefit from the strength of the fall of water from the high places, through the building of dams along the rivers chairperson, is usually the establishment of giant reservoirs for storing water as well as to control the flow of water quantity through the dam according to the demand for electricity. This produces usually stations huge quantities of electric power. The other kind of the hydropower stations are using the watershed of the rivers, these stations benefit from the flow of rivers to move the turbines. Energy produced from these stations is much less than the amount of energy generated by their birthplaces stations high water. Currently water energy is the source of the electrical energy, renewable energy, which provides more than 97 per cent of total electricity generated by renewable energy sources, any more than 700 thousand megawatts of electricity, this represents about 19 per cent of the electricity produced in the world. The other sources including solar and geothermal energy, wind, biomass constitute less than 3 per cent of the production of renewable electricity. But it is not expected to grow much production in the future, especially in the industrialized States, because most of the available capabilities had been exploited in these countries.

There are many benefits of energy production by hydropower stations: for example, there is no greenhouse gas hazardous or solid waste, and there are no fuel costs but are fully sustainable, also hydropower stations reliable technical performance and maintenance costs low, in addition to the dams to help flood control. And the production of hydroelectric energy less than the cost of electricity generated using fossil fuel or nuclear energy. Also an abundance of energy sources, hydropower and help to attract industry.

But at the same time there are negative effects of atomic energy


The advantages of using power generation stations and water


Not occurring contamination of the environment.

Capital is agreed in the construction of the Dam or the reservoir, and this was conducive to the organization of irrigation and electricity generation.
The efficiency of electricity generation from energy and high water up to 85 % while the thermal stations do not exceed 40 %.
Water turbines easy installation and turned on, and do not need to high costs for maintenance.

The hydropower an important source of energy in Egypt, in the time that was half of the capacity of the country of the Aswan High Dam on the River Nile in 1980, is now represent about 10 % in 2009 and 2010, and with that, the relative importance of hydropower in decline since then, but he could not meet the growing demands of energy through increased hydropower, where the ability to generate more hydropower energy on the River Nile I have given to exploit all the sites almost completely in the form of (2) shows part of the power station the High Dam.

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