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Nuclear and Emerging Technologies for Space (NETS 2023)
May 7–11, 2023
Idaho Falls, ID|Snake River Event Center
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Notes from the 2023 NN Reference Section
This year marks the 25th year that ANS's Nuclear News magazine has published its Reference Section, which features a world list of nuclear power plants, maps showing worldwide plant locations, tables with information on U.S. plant renewals, and international data tables and graphics. What follows are interesting tidbits that Nuclear Newswire has picked up from this year's Reference Section.
From the Reference SectionFive power reactors started commercial operations around the world in 2022 and five more closed, leaving the total number of operable nuclear power reactors in this 25th Annual Reference Section at 434, the same as the year before. What’s more, that number is just one more than the 433 power reactors listed in the 1st Annual Reference Section back in 1999. But make no mistake, plenty has changed over 25 years. Read on.
Technical Session|Sponsored by IRD
Monday, November 14, 2022|3:15–5:00PM MST|Sonoran 1
Steven R. Biegalski
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Impact of Glass Radiation Damage on Optical Spectroscopy Analysis
L.J. Garrett (Univ. Michigan), B. Morgan (Univ. Michigan), M. Burger (Univ. Michigan), Y. Lee (KAIST), H. Kim (Seoul Nat'l Univ.), S. Choi (Seoul Nat'l Univ.), I. Jovanovic (Univ. Michigan)
Neutron Activation Analysis of Light Emitting Diodes in Modern Urban Environments
Justin Phelps (Univ. Florida), James E. Baciak (Univ. Florida)
Response of Silicon Photovoltaic Cell to Neutrons
Praneeth Kandlakunta (Ohio State), Matthew Van Zile (Ohio State), Wyatt Panaccione (Ohio State), Lei Raymond Cao (Ohio State)
Lead-Free Perovskite FA3Bi2I9 Single Crystals for Radiation Detection
Doup Kim (NCSU), Da Cao (NCSU), Ge Yang (NCSU)
Ultra-Accelerated Decay of Long-Lived Fission Products via Bound-State Beta Decay
Yonghee Kim (KAIST), Sunjoo Yoon (KAIST)
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