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eBook Proving the Principle: A History of the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, 1949-1999 ePub

by Susan M. Stacy

eBook Proving the Principle: A History of the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, 1949-1999 ePub
Author: Susan M. Stacy
Language: English
ISBN: 0160591856
ISBN13: 978-0160591853
Publisher: United States Government Printing; 1 edition (October 6, 2000)
Pages: 348
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 767
Formats: lrf txt doc azw
ePub file: 1680 kb
Fb2 file: 1240 kb

There was even a nuclear powered aircraft project which fortunately never flew. The coverage of the fatal reactor accident is brief and doesn't speculate on the cause much beyond the official enquiries.

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History "Proving the Principle, A History of The Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, 1949-1999", (Chapter 10). United States Naval Reactors.

It first operated in October 1958. Proving the Principle, A History of The Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, 1949-1999", (Chapter 10).

Proving the Principle: a history of the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, 1949-1999, Susan M. p. cm. Includes index. ISBN: 0-16-059185-6 (pbk:alk. paper) 1. Stacy, Susan . 1943- 2. Nuclear reactorsHistory. 4. Radioactive waste disposalIdaho. I. Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL).

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Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is one of the national laboratories of the United States Department of Energy and is managed by the Battelle Energy Alliance

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is one of the national laboratories of the United States Department of Energy and is managed by the Battelle Energy Alliance. Much of current knowledge about how nuclear reactors behave and misbehave was discovered at what is now Idaho National Laboratory.

Stacy, Proving the Principle A History of the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory 1949-1999; Idaho Operations Office of the Department of Energy, Idaho Falls, Idaho, DOE/ID-10799 (2000)Google Scholar. Hocevar, Nuclear Reactor Licensing A Critique of the Computer Safety Prediction Methods (Union of Concerned Scientists, Cambridge, MA, 1975)Google Scholar. Harlow, Fluid dynamics in group T-3 Los Alamos National Laboratory. 195, 414–433 (2004) Scholar.

This book was a history of the INEL, the site of numerous nuclear reactors - including the only deadly nuclear accident in the US. It made for very interesting reading, no nuclear science background required. At times, illustrations would cover up text on the page. Many illustrations were enlarged and highly pixelated.

Stacy, Susan M (2000). National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, .

The Idaho Lab's research directly resulted in, among many other things, nuclear reactors producing electricity and nuclear propulsion of subs and carriers. There was even a nuclear powered aircraft project which fortunately never flew. The coverage of the fatal reactor accident is brief and doesn't speculate on the cause much beyond the official enquiries. --starkraven, Amazon Review
Humin
My time at the NRTS was a 6 month period from December 1972 to June 1973 as a young sailor assigned to the S5G prototype at the NRF. Lots of hard work qualifying and finishing my quals. Very accurate description (Chapter 10) of what went on there, the studying and qualification and the long hours. I personally hated the bus ride from Idaho Falls therefore stayed over for days sleeping in the bunk rooms. The additional time studying put me ahead of the "power curve" for quals. Once you were qualified, you did not have stay the additional 4 hours required for all "non-quals". When bussing we passed by the SL-1 site on our way to NRF. After qualifying we were shown a classified movie of the SL-1 accident so we could learn what can happen..... IF.
Gholbimand
I was educated out in the Idaho desert many, many years ago. When I saw this book, I had to have it. The whole book used to be available online, but no longer. It deals mostly with the civilian side of the reactor research, but has a small section devoted to the military training and research done there. If you ever worked out there, it will keep your interest. If not, the info here will probably bore you to tears.
Jack
Lot's of rarely known data of the early years.
Agrainel
I saw this when I was out in Idaho working at INL and after hearing all of the history from the INL site it was a must have for me.
Rare
I worked at the INL for 3 years in the early 90's and found it very interesting. This book covers stories I heard and fleshes them out, including pictures. Those were heady days during the 50's, 60's and into the 70's when a lot of important projects were undertaken. There is less going on the last 20-30 years due to "search for a mission" and a risk-averse attitude in the country. Hopefully one day our country will assume a leadership role again in nuclear power as well as other areas.
Jorius
Great story if you are familiar with INL. Get it.
Samuhn
Great condition for a book this old! The information contained within is so valuable! I've been looking for quite some time for this book. Thanks!!!
Interesting reading and solid documentation of an exciting post WWII research period. The Idaho Lab's research directly resulted in, among many other things, nuclear reactors producing electricity and nuclear propulsion of subs and carriers. There was even a nuclear powered aircraft project which fortunately never flew. The coverage of the fatal reactor accident is brief and doesn't speculate on the cause much beyond the official enquiries. The electronic version amply illustrated with high quality photos, notes and diagrams is available at the INL Lab website [...].
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