Über den Autor
Taeho Woo is a member of the research staff in the department of nuclear engineering at the Seoul National University in Republic of Korea. He has worked in advanced topics in atomic science and technology with a focus on industrial applications and research in nuclear industry by the statistical and complex algorithm method. One of his critical research fields is the applications of artificial intelligence and business management in the nuclear power plants. In addition, he is also involved in the interdisciplinary areas like the nanotechnology and biotechnology where the atomic information technology has been a valuable role for research and development activities.
1. Introduction.- 2. Dynamical modeling of economy in global nuclear energy market.- 3. Assessment of national nuclear fuel cycle for transmutations of high level nuclear waste (HLW).- 4. Dynamical management of atomic-multinology (AM) in the aspect of energy policy.- 5. Technological management of atomic-multinology (AM) by social network theory.- 6. Nuclear safety assessment for the passive system of the nuclear power plants (NPPs) in safety margin estimation.- 7. Non-linear dynamical reliability analysis in the Very High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactor.- 8. Dynamical seismic probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) for earthquake.- 9. Safety assessment for lunar nuclear power reactor (LNPR) in accident of cooling loop failure (ACLF).- 10. Nuclear safeguard management of operation security in nuclear power plants (NPPs).- 11. Life extension assessment for safeguard in nuclear power plants (NPPs) using a production function.- 12. Security investigations in nuclear materials using analytic pair values.- 13. Nuclear security assessment using loss function with modified random numbers.- 14. Conclusion.
Atomic Information Technology revaluates current conceptions of the information technology aspects of the nuclear industry. Economic and safety research in the nuclear energy sector are explored, considering statistical methods which incorporate Monte-Carlo simulations for practical applications.
Divided into three sections, Atomic Information Technology covers:
Atomic economics and management,
Atomic safety and reliability, and
Atomic safeguarding and security.
Either as a standalone volume or as a companion to conventional nuclear safety and reliability books, Atomic Information Technology acts as a concise and thorough reference on statistical assessment technology in the nuclear industry. Students and industry professionals alike will find this a key tool in expanding and updating their understanding of this industry and the applications of information technology within it.
Illustrates the range of information technology aspects in nuclear power plants (NPPs) Considers the statistical methods and economic and safety studies which are currently used to evaluate their shortcomings Provides a resource to be used with conventional nuclear safety and reliability books as a reference for students and practitioners alike