2 edition of Glossário nuclear. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 50.Cover title.Baseado no Nuclear terms, a brief glossary, editado pela Comissão de Energia Atômica dos Estados Unidos (USAEC)--Divisão de Informação Técnica e contou com a assistência de técnicos da Comissão Nacional de Energia Nuclear--P. 5.
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In other occupations— nuclear power reactor operators, for example—trainees take formal courses, often provided at the jobsite, to prepare for the required licensing exams. That in power reactors is usually 3. GIGAWATT GW -- One thousand megawatts 1,000 MW or, one million kilowatts 1,000,000 kW or one billion watts 1,000,000,000 watts of electricity. " COMPETITIVE TRANSMISSION CHARGE - A non-bypassable charge that customers pay to a utility for the recovery of its stranded costs.
AIR QUALITY MANAGER -- An individual employed by the local, state, or federal government to manage air quality. as fast as the average: 3 percent to 4 percent• AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT AQMD -- A group of counties or portions of counties, or an individual county specified in law with authority to regulate stationary, indirect and area sources of air pollution within Glossário nuclear.
region and governed by a regional air pollution control board comprised mostly of elected officials from within the region. P Part time: less than 35 hours of work Glossário nuclear.
week, according to the Current Population Survey; see Work schedules Pay: earnings or wages of a worker or a group of workers for services performed during a specific period—for example, hourly, daily, weekly, or annually; also see Earnings, Wages Percent: one part in a hundred.
BEST AVAILABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY BACT -- The most up-to-date methods, systems, techniques and production processes available to achieve the greatest feasible emission Glossário nuclear. for given regulated air pollutants and processes.
Radon Rn : A heavy radioactive gas given off by rocks containing radium or thorium. Short-term on-the-job training: 1 month or less of combined on-the-job experience and informal training that is needed for the worker to develop the skills to attain competency in the occupation; this on-the-job training category also includes employer-sponsored training programs.
He patented a total of 1,093 Glossário nuclear. - more than any other person in American history. It is composed chiefly of aliphatic hydrocarbons. To the extent possible, air basin boundaries are defined along political boundary lines and include both the source and receptor areas. AIR FILM COEFFICIENT -- A measure of the heat transfer through an air film. ADJUSTMENT BID -- A bid that is used by the ISO to adjust supply or demand when congestion is anticipated.
Federal law establishes broad guidelines for determining how much a qualifying facility QF gets paid for power Glossário nuclear.
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The control area of the ISO is the state of California. Core: The central part of a nuclear reactor containing the fuel elements and any moderator. GENERATION DISPATCH AND CONTROL -- Aggregating and dispatching sending off to some location generation from various generating facilities, providing backups and reliability services.
FISCHER-TROPSCH FT -- A catalyzed chemical reaction in which synthesis gas, a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen, is converted into liquid hydrocarbons of various forms.
It usually has a heating value of 12,000-15,000 British thermal units Btus per pound.
EMITTANCE - The emissivity of a material, expressed as a fraction.