Faysal Bank Case Study

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English 102 Term Report Is nuclear power the answer to climate change? Al-Bara Adel Al-Makinzy Instructor: Mr. Pearson 102-46 12/15/2013 Contents Introduction 2 I. Background 2 A. The main factor of climate change. 2 B. The nuclear power plant. 2 II. The effects of nuclear power on the environment. 2 A. The indirect greenhouse gases emission to the air. 2 B. The usage of water. 2 C. The impact of radioactive wastes. 3 III. The factors of nuclear power that could end climate change. 3 A. The efficiency of nuclear power to other power resources. 3 B. The security and safety. 3 IV. The argument about nuclear power. 4 A. For. 4 B. Against. 4 C. Expert people opinion. 4 Conclusion 4 WORKS CITED 5 Introduction Nuclear power energy usually gives a negative impression on most of us. Actually that feeling comes from the word radioactive waste of nuclear power and also nuclear power known as pollution source for the environment. Furthermore events such as Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Fukushima, and Chernobyl left cities abandoned and destroyed. Nuclear has disastrous effects on the environment but can fix our climate change problem. I. Background this section will discuss the main factor of climate change and nuclear power plant’s important parts. A. The main factor of climate change. Industries, houses and transportation vehicles use power that usually comes from non-renewable energy resources such as fossil fuel and coal which produce greenhouse gases such as Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Methane (CH4) and Nitrous Oxide (N2O). B. The nuclear power plant. One of the most efficient sources of electric power is nuclear energy. Nuclear power plants contain four main parts. The most important part of nuclear power plants is the generator which converts the energy came from steam turbine to AC .The second part is steam turbine which takes the heat energy from the nuclear reactors

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