Complex analysis for the climate change impact on the nuclear industry incorporated with the green energy
by Tae Ho Woo
International Journal of Global Warming (IJGW), Vol. 15, No. 1, 2018

Abstract: The economic value based investigation is performed for the nuclear energy incorporated with the global warming in which the dynamical simulations are performed. The nuclear power source is studied for the climate consideration in the aspect of the justification of energy usage. The price of the relevant energy is examined for the modelling, which is analysed by the climate change related quantifications for the improved energy policy incorporated with the anticipated carbon quantity. In the simulations, the earlier time has much higher values comparing to the later part, which means that the impact of the nuclear energy for climate is effective. Most minus values are shown in the simulations where the climate impact related with global warming decreases gradually. However, the abrupt jumping up value is on 2083 when the impact of nuclear energy by climate change is abnormal status in this study.

Online publication date: Mon, 21-May-2018

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