Safety and disaster prevention for nuclear accidents., assignment help

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The topic is Safety and disaster prevention for nuclear accidents.

I need an abstract about the above topic. I am going to list down the research paper requirements, but you are not required to do the whole research paper now, I only need an abstract.

  • Requirements for the abstract of research paper:

Research your topic and find at least 10 journal articles in the topic. Please check the following website that discusses the difference between journal (scholarly) vs. magazine article - http://library2.barton.edu/libraryinformation/journalsvmagazines.asp

Rule of thumb: Journal articles will always have a list of references at the end of the article and non-journal articles will not do this.

Read the 10 articles and write an abstract about your topic based on the facts that you gathered from the journal articles. The abstract should not be less than one page, double-spaced, Times New Roman 10 pt. font.

Use APA style.

Note: After I receive the abstract, I will post a question in Study pool to get 12 - 14 pages of research paper based on this abstract.

Tutor Answer

Fabiannn
School: New York University

Attached.

Running head: NUCLEAR ACCIDENTS

Safety and Disaster Prevention for Nuclear Accidents

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NUCLEAR ACCIDENTS

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Abstract
The present paper discusses the role of safety and disasters strategies in preventing nuclear accidents. More
specifically, the paper addresses the fundamental aspects of prevention, detection, and response to any activity that
could lead to a nuclear accident. The strategies discussed can be applied to nuclear facilities, the transportation of
different types of nuclear materials, and the use of nuclear materials for power, industry, or medical use, among
others.
The evidence gathered suggests that while new policies of safety combined with more sophisticated designs
of nuclear reactors have greatly improved nuclear security, it is yet impossible to guarantee complete safety from
nuclear accidents. The example of the reactors at Fukushima is used. Even though the facility had high-standard
security measures, the reactors were not designed to anticipate that a tsunami could disable the backup system that...

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