Lecture 12 Alternative Fuels

Lecture 12 Alternative Fuels - Lecture 12: Alternative...

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Lecture 12: Alternative Energy Lecture 12: Alternative Energy W C P G Lecture 12: Alternative Energy 39% 21% 12% 24% 4% N. Gas Oil Coal Hydro Alt Energy generation and source in Canada >70% fossil fuels Lecture 12: Alternative Energy Below 300 o C energy allocation Lecture 12: Alternative Energy Alternate energy sources Nearly 90 percent of the world’s energy needs are derived from nonrenewable fossil fuels Possible alternate energy sources Nuclear energy Hydroelectric power Solar energy Wind energy Geothermal energy Tidal energy Lecture 12: Alternative Energy Nuclear Energy Bruce Nuclear Candu Reactor Fission reaction 235 U (enriched) Chain reaction Release “E” Controlled Uncontrolled
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Lecture 12: Alternative Energy Nuclear Fission the process Lecture 12: Alternative Energy Nuclear reactor components Reactor vessel Fuel Pins Control Rods Coolant 3 Lecture 12: Alternative Energy Power generation Fossil Fuel Power Plant
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