Saturday, 19 June 2010

Asian & African Nuclear Astrophysics Institute


The origin and fate of matter in our universe are the fundamental questions in nuclear astrophysics


To Applied Nuclear Sciences and Technology for Enriched Human Being


1. Research

2. Innovation

3. Development

4. Education


1. Energy

2. Application & Engineering

(President Sukarno, Pada Saat Pembukaan Konprensi Asia-Afrika di Bandung)

(President Sukarno, Pada saat Peresmian Reaktor Penelitian BATAN, di Bandung)

 (Peneliti Muda dan Temannya sedang berfoto dengan MAKET reaktor Penelitian Nuklir BATAN)
Asia & Africa Nuclear Energy Association
(Community for Building Nuclear Reactor in Asia & Africa Continent)


The key components common to most types of nuclear power plants are:

(Penulis sedang "Nyengirrr" he.,he.,, cakep juga ya? Wkwkwk.,.(Readers: "Kepedean tuh mas"))

Nuclear power is produced by controlled (i.e., non-explosive) nuclear reactions. Commercial and utility plants currently use nuclear fission reactions to heat water to produce steam, which is then used to generate electricity. In 2009, 13-14% of the world's electricity came from nuclear power.[1] Also, more than 150 naval vessels using nuclear propulsion have been built.

 (Mr. Angga Fuja W.)

The economics of new nuclear power plants is a controversial subject, since there are diverging views on this topic, and multi-billion dollar investments ride on the choice of an energy source. Nuclear power plants typically have high capital costs for building the plant, but low fuel costs. Therefore, comparison with other power generation methods is strongly dependent on assumptions about construction timescales and capital financing for nuclear plants. Cost estimates also need to take into account plant decommissioning and nuclear waste storage costs. On the other hand measures to mitigate global warming, such as a carbon tax or carbon emissions trading, may favor the economics of nuclear power.