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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 You cannot see, hear, smell, taste, or touch radiation. You can only detect radiation with special equipment. Detecting Non-Ionizing Radiation (NIR) Since non-ionizing radiation is simply low-energy waves of the electromagnetic spectrum (radio waves or microwaves), detection is hard. The easiest way is to look for any nearby antennas, satellite dishes, or radio towers. Or, if you can listen to your radio, watch TV, have cell service or use wireless internet, Bluetooth, wireless mouse or keyboard you are definitely being exposed to NIR. To measure the quantity of radio/microwaves you will need an EMF (electromagnetic field) meter. A very simple way to determine the wavelength of NIR is the length of the antenna. As a general rule, the shorter the antenna, the more energized the waves. To pick up radio waves, an antenna must be the length of the longest wavelength. You can compare the antenna length to the electromagnetic spectrum chart to find the energy intensity. Detecting Ionizing Radiation Ionizing radiation can be measured very precisely — much more precisely than other potentially hazardous materials. One of the basic measuring instruments is the Geiger-Muller counter. The instrument consists of a detector set at the end of a probe with counting electronics. This instrument counts the number of radioactive particles entering a sensitive detection chamber, and translates that signal into a needle movement on an analog dial or a value displayed on a screen. The Geiger counter emits a click for every particle, so with only background radiation, the instrument clicks every few seconds. In a high radiation environment, it clicks rapidly in proportion to the radiation level. This way, the user gets a visible as well as audible measurement of radioactivity. Some people receive exposure to radiation as part of their employment (radiologists and nuclear plant workers). Worker radiation exposures are carefully
28 Mar 2017
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18 Aug 2008
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To increase public awareness of innovations within the nuclear energy industry and their importance, the Nuclear Energy Institute has produced a series of videos about projects that have been recognized with a Top Industry Practice award. This is the second in a series of four videos that will be posted on the Nuclear Energy Institute’s website on a weekly basis. This video, “Global Ties Boost Nuclear Plant Performance,” highlights an international exchange of best practices by Exelon Nuclear. In its international technical exchange program, Exelon Nuclear has partnered in technical exchange with three of the largest international electric utilities: Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Tokyo Electric Power Co. and Electricity de France. Together, the four companies operate nearly one-quarter of the nuclear energy plants worldwide. All four have benefited from sharing plant operating experience, best practices, lessons learned, equipment reliability, risk management, and predictive and preventative maintenance practices. Released on July 7, the first video, “High Tech Stress Relief,” looked at the challenge of microscopic stress corrosion cracking in plant systems.
15 Jul 2009
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An explosion at a nuclear plant and nuclear reactor in Japan 12.03.2011 Взрыв на ядерной АЭС in Japan, реактор взарвался 12.03.2011 Авария на АЭС в Фукусиме.
13 Mar 2011
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Model no : 18A The display unit, which is used to display the results of corresponding temperature of a nuclear plant and to generate a warning signal in the event of rising temperature beyond limits as set. Here the controller continuously polls the temperature with certain regular time intervals and displays over the 7_segment display unit for the Microcontroller to enable the whole operation by executing the program. The temperature readings observed by the microcontroller through temperature sensor are compared with the programmed temperature value to in turn operate the relay that switches on a warning device. The power supply consists of a step down transformer 230/12V, which steps down the voltage to 12V AC. This is converted to DC using a Bridge rectifier. The ripples are removed using a capacitive filter and it is then regulated to +5V using a voltage regulator 7805 which is required for the operation of the microcontroller and other components. For more info visit;
5 Mar 2012
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Over 1,300 tubes containing radioactive water inside San Onofre nuclear plant's steam generators in California has been reportedly damaged enough that they need to be taken out of service.
15 Jun 2012
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24 May 2009
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5 Aug 2010
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Iran began fueling the nation's first nuclear reactor Tuesday amidst controversy over the intended use of the plant.
29 Oct 2010
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Guess more than just humans are watching Japan 's nuclear plight!
14 Apr 2011
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Use Microsoft Excel to locate nuclear facilities within a radius of a target zip code. Download the free template at
20 May 2011
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1:12 - CRAZY! A berm holding the flooded Missouri River back from a Nebraska nuclear power station collapsed early Sunday, but federal regulators said they were monitoring the situation and there was no danger. The Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station shut down in early April for refueling, and there is no water inside the plant, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said. Also, the river is not expected to rise higher than the level the plant was designed to handle. NRC spokesman Victor Dricks said the plant remains safe. Before you die, Get a $1500 fast cash loan in 1 hour from 'Top 10 Best Payday Loan Lenders Online' at ==>
27 Jun 2011
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WASHINGTON, D.C., June 17, 2008 - The Clean and Safe Energy Coalition (CASEnergy Coalition) today released a new white paper titled, Job Creation in the Nuclear Renaissance that catalogues the potential for tens of thousands of American jobs in the nuclear energy industry in the next decade. The white paper examines the job growth potential for existing and future nuclear power plants and finds that nuclear plants are a boon to local economies. Altogether, 12,000 to 21,000 new jobs will be added to the U.S. market if some 30 reactors currently planned for construction are built. These are long-term jobs that would exist throughout the operation of the reactor, promising decades of employment. Produced for The Clean and Safe Energy Coalition
28 Jun 2008
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4 Jul 2009
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In “The Secret is Plastic,” the Nuclear Energy Institute highlights award-winning new applications of plastic piping at two nuclear plants that enhance their operation and decrease the cost of maintaining plant water systems. Duke Energy employees at the Catawba nuclear station in South Carolina and AmerenUE employees at the Callaway nuclear plant in Missouri shared the award.
22 Jul 2009
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Susan McGinnis anchors this morning's Clean Skies News Energy Report from Washington, DC. On the Program: - President Obama and DOE will announce the first loan guarantee for a new nuclear plant.- Vermont closes its lone nuclear unit- the Vermont Yankee Plant.- South Carolina could be the first state to sue over the Obama administration's decision to end the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project.- Senator Evan Bayh announces his retirement- could change Energy Committee.- The President of Conoco Phillips Alaska, Jim Bowles, killed in an avalanche.- GM says half its vehicle lineup will be able to run on E85 ethanol by 2012.- The Czech grid has stopped issuing all permits to connect new solar and wind plants.- Norway builds "monster" wind turbine.
17 Feb 2010
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