Richard R. Deckro
Engineering Economic Analysis
The evolution of safety standards and criteria in the industry that supports the commercial generation of electricity from nuclear power stations is a continuing process that rest on a broad basis of scientific investigation and risk assessment. This paper is not another debate about whether a person is pro- or anti-nuclear. The intention of the author in this paper is to clarify the risks taken in nuclear plant and estimate the risks taken in a nuclear plant and estimate the amount of money spent to reduce those risks. It is very important nowadays to be able to strike a balance between the benefits foreseen from new technical development and the resources that have to deployed to achieve or to prove an acceptable level of safety
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