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Fukushima: the incident and future implications

Lecture

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Review actual sequence of events and their significance

Date and Time

11 March 2014 - 19:00-21:00

Location

Peterborough, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Peterborough & Huntingdon local network. Contact karl.pjp@btinternet.com for more information.


About this event

The Great NE Japan Earthquake of March 2011 caused massive destruction and devastated the lives of thousands but, for the international news media, it was the involvement of four nuclear power plants that grabbed the headlines. Three years on, the effect on the nuclear power industry has been felt world-wide.

The speaker will analyse the sequence of events in the Fukushima plant, the short-term and longer-term consequences, and the implications for the wider debate on energy supplies against a background of climate change, with particular reference to the UK.

Speaker

Professor Tony Wickham is a Visiting Professor in the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering, The University of Manchester. He has also been involved with the university in joint research with TU Delft (The Netherlands) on designs of small unattended reactor systems for small communities. Tony chairs the IAEA Collaborative Research Programme (CRP) on Treatment Options for Irradiated Graphite Waste, and also the Technical Steering Committee for the IAEA Knowledge Base on Nuclear Graphite. He is also technical secretary for a second CRP on Irradiation Creep in Nuclear Graphite.

The poster for this event can be downloaded from our MyCommunity page.

Programme

19.00pm Refreshments & Networking
19.30pm Lecture
20.30pm Q&A
21.00pm Event ends

Reasons to attend

Review the actual sequence of events and their significance (which differs somewhat from what was presented on TV!)

Additional information

Peterborough Joint Panel (PJP) event - joint with IMechE & IET

Registration information

Registration not required

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