2012 and Beyond: State of-the-Art Radiation Monitoring Systems for Nuclear Power Plants and Accelerators

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Executive Summary: Demand for Electrical Power is Far Outpacing the Current Global Capacity.

'Our modem industrial world stands or falls on the success of our People, Institutions and Infrastructure. Clean Electric Power including Nuclear Power is a central pillar of our global infrastructure requirement. ' Robert Goldstein, 2011.

The recognition of this critical element - ELECTRICAL POWER - in today's world has spurred action around the globe to upgrade, re-commission and re-license old nuclear plants and build new; to develop new sources of nuclear power such as Fusion, and to increase development of particle accelerators.

This paper examines the current and projected demands for an upgraded State-of-the-Art nuclear industry. The time has come to move into current technology for monitoring the radionuclide effluent of Nuclear Power Plants and Accelerators. Transitioning into the 21s century with the next generation of monitoring systems is proactive and a sound capital investment for all Nuclear Power Plants and Accelerator operations. Technical Associates/Overhoff Technology provides cost effective integrated monitoring systems unique in the nuclear industry; monitoring Tritium, organic and inorganic Carbon-14, in addition to the typical detection and measurement of Isotopes in Particulates, Iodine, and Nobel Gases, as well as a comprehensive plant wide software system for critical and expeditious plant management.

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