Market potential for non-electric applications of nuclear energy
International Atomic Energy Agency, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 242 pages
This report assesses the market potential and economics of the use of nuclear energy in various non-electric applications, including district heating, the supply of process heat, water desalination, ship propulsion and outer space applications. It also gives an overview of promising innovative applications, such as fuel synthesis (including hydrogen production) and oil extraction.
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MOTIVATION AND BACKGROUND
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