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[en] This book is composed of 5 chapters. It covers atom and atomic nucleus, transformation of atomic nucleus, radiation, interaction with matters and radiation measurement. It explains in detail mass and energy, bond energy, nuclear force, spontaneous disintegration, nuclear reaction, nuclear fission, nuclear fusion, radiation energy, occurrence of radiation, radiation source, elastic scattering, inelastic scattering, neutron, radiation detector, measurement of energy, radiological monitoring, relative measurement, dosimetry and absorbed dose dosimetry.
[en] This book gives descriptions of explanations of terminologies concerning to nuclear energy such as analysis of financial safety of nuclear energy, radwaste disposal, fast breeder reactor, nuclear reactor and device, nuclear fuel and technique for concentration, using of nuclear energy radiation and measurement, plan for development of nuclear energy and international institution. This book includes 160 terms on nuclear energy and arranges in Korean alphabetical order.
[en] This book gives description of technology on radiation measurement, which indicates characteristic of radiation measurement, basic knowledge for radiation, detector for radiation, energy spectrum with structure of spectrometer measurement of α-ray spectrum, β-ray and measurement in internal converter spectrum and measurement in γ-ray spectrum, measurement for radiation about conception and basic considered condition, measurement on time spectrum with method of Multi scaling and measurement of time-wave length converter, dosimetry and fluence with define of dosimetry Kerma, unit and measurement of the methods, fluence and electronic circuit with multichannel analyzer, each electronic circuit and module.
[en] This book mentions about 260 words of nuclear energy, which include general term of nuclear energy, nuclear reactor, nuclear fuel and technique for concentration, using of nuclear energy, radiation and measurement, radwaste disposal, development plan on nuclear energy and international bodies. This book is useful for students studying nuclear energy and radiation and those who are interested in nuclear field to research in easy access.
[en] The annual operation time of research reactor No. 1 and No. 2 were 248 and 2,549 hours, and the thermal output were 24 kWh and 3,519 MWh respectively. Research reactor No. 1 was mainly used for student training and research reactor No. 2 was used for sample irradiations for radioisotope production, activation analysis, etc., and for researches using neutron beam ports. The operation and utilization of both reactors were nearly similar level with past years, but the operation of research reactor No. 2 was stoped for about one month due to replacement of crane. Several problems have been found through the inspection for safety with the over head cranes of both reactors in 1992.The capacity of the new crane has increased to 7.5 tons from 5 tons, but the other one at research reactor No. 1 remains as it is prohibited from using. As the plan about future management and utilization of these two reactors it is clearing to be memorial building after dicommissioning of No. 1 reactor, and to used No. 2 reactor continuously for student training. Considering the deterioration of the most part of facilities and number of equipments, repairing or replacement of them as well as tremendous paper work such as various documents and procedures which are demanded by current raw. 14 tabs., 17 figs. (Author) .new
[en] The annual operation time and thermal output of Research Reactor No. 1 were 207 hours and 874 kWh in 1994, and the bulk of operation was for reactor training for university students. Research Reactor No. 2 was used for sample irradiation for radioisotope production, activation analysis, etc., having 2,593 hours of annual operation time and 3,266 MHh of gross thermal output in this year. Number of samples irradiated was 1,118; 371 samples for radioisotope production, 648 samples for activation analysis and 99 for other purpose. It was planned Research Reactor No. 1 and No. 2 to be stopped sometime during next year, then a new reactor (HANARO) will take all missions of these two reactors. According to this policy, the reactor training course using reactor No. 1 was decide to be called off from 1995, and all spent fuels will be transported to the storage pool of (HANARO). Currently, preliminary arrangements for fuel transporting and discuss reporting for these two reactors are under operation, and reactor operation project will place the focus on this matter. 15 tabs., 21 figs. (Author) .new