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Top Four Frequent Questions About Nuclear Power Plant by Electrical Engineerin Tour on Jun 21, 2012WHAT IS A NUCLEAR POWER  It is a thermal power station in which the heat source is one or more nuclear reactors. This is due to  the heat is used to generate steam which drives a steam turbine connected to a generator which produces el...



The History and Inventor of Nuclear Power plant by Electrical Engineerin Tour on May 16, 2012In 100 BC an Alexandrian Greek speaking philosopher by the name of Ctesibius invented the piston - pump. In 1606, Italian scientist Giovanni Batista della Porta of Naples heated water in a flask until the water turned into steam. In the 1600's sever...



10 Largest Nuclear Power Plants In The World by Electrical Engineerin Tour on May 9, 20121. Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant 8,212 Mega Watts Niigata prefecture, Japan Towns of Kashiwazaki and Kariwa Has seven nuclear reactors.  The station is about 220 km northwest of Toyko The plant, owned by Tepco, was built in 1985...



The History of Nuclear Power Plants Energy Free pdf by Electrical Engineerin Tour on Apr 24, 2011We heard a lot about the nuclear power plant, as a sign of curiosity we want to know more the complete details about the said topic, we want to know the origin, who's scientist created, what year nuclear Energy started, what place etc. I just again c...



Amazing Nuclear Explosion Pictures and Articles by Electrical Engineerin Tour on Apr 18, 2011source As we have known that nuclear power plant is the very dangered power plant now a days because of its reaction and if cannot managed it when times of difficulties like earth quake etc. If want to know how nuclear explosion look likes just look...



All About The Parts of a Nuclear Power Plant and its definition by Electrical Engineerin Tour on Apr 11, 2011The Parts of Nuclear Power Plant. Turbines The turbine will rotate when boiler produced steam or what we called heat energy converted to mechanical energy. Generator Is a device that convert mechanical energy into electrical energy, usually via e...



World's Largest Nuclear Power Plant Located in Japan by Electrical Engineerin Tour on Apr 4, 2011The Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant is the World largest Nuclear Power Plant located at Japan the land in the towns of Kashiwazaki and Karina in Niigata Prefecture, Japan it has 4.2 square kilometer or equivalent of 1,038 acres site. The owner...