Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1981: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, Second Session, Partie 7
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980
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activities additional annual Appropriation approximately authority BEVILL Bonneville budget building capacity completed conservation CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA continue contract cost estimate costs customers Date Defense Department of Energy dollars effective effort electric energy engineering equipment estimate existing expenses facilities Federal fuel funding future handling Idaho improvements increase initiated installed Laboratory location of project maintain maintenance major meet million NAVAL REACTORS necessary NUCLEAR POWER Office operation performance period personnel planned plant Power Administration power marketing present PROBLEMS PROJECT DATA SHEETS project funding proposed PROPULSION PROTOTYPE purchase RADIATION radioactive reactor received reduce replacement request RESPONSIBLE result Richland safety Savannah River schedule ships storage STUDENT studies submarines supply tanks technical testing Title and location TRAINING transfer UNCLASSIFIED United upgrading utilities waste waste management Western
Page 2050 - Successful development of this breeder cycle will provide the basic technology which would make available for power production about fifty percent of the energy in the nation's thorium reserves, a source of energy many times greater than known fossil fuel reserves.
Page 2078 - These ships have steamed a total of more than 40 million miles; yet there has never been an accident involving a reactor nor has there been any release of radioactivity which has had a significant effect on the enviroment.
Page 2052 - LWBR core has operated satisfactorily and bred as predicted, the basic reactor technology will have been established that could make available for power production about fifty percent of the energy potentially available in thorium reserves. The FY 1981 requested funds of S29.0 million will be u»ed to provide technical support for operation of the LWBR core.
Page 1992 - I wish it would result in these studies being stopped so we can get on with our real work of building submarines. But these studies have a life of their own and they will continue. Ultimately the burden will fall on the Congress, as it always has. Congressional committee investigates and recommends upgraded attack submarine program The Subcommittee on Seapower and Strategic and Critical Materials of the House Armed Services Committee has already taken an indepth look into the nuclear attack submarine...
Page 1980 - Previous to my confirmation 270 personnel were employed under the old organizations of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Engineering and Systems and the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Shipbuilding and Logistics, as well as in the Information Resource Management organization.
Page 2052 - ... years. After operation and shutdown, the reactor will be defueled, and the core modules will be shipped to the Naval Reactors Expended Core Facility for detailed examination to verify core performance including breeding characteristics.
Page 2029 - This room is equipped with Edison Electric light. Do not attempt to light with match. Simply turn key on wall by the door. The use of electricity for lighting is in no way harmful to health, nor does it affect the soundness of sleep.
Page 2029 - FOLLOWING THE INVENTION OF THE ELECTRIC LIGHT BULB ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO BY THOMAS EDISON. PUBLIC FEAR OF ELECTRICITY WAS INFLAMED. WALL PLAQUES HAD TO BE INSTALLED IN ROOMS WITH ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ASSURING PEOPLE THAT "THE USE OF ELECTRICITY FOR LIGHTING IS IN NO WAY HARMFUL TO HEALTH, NOR DOES IT AFFECT THE SOUNDNESS OF SLEEP." YET ELECTRICITY HAS HELPED TO TRANSFORM MAN'S LIFE FROM A SHORT ONE OF DRUDGERY TO ONE WHERE LONG LIFE AND HIGHER ASPIRATION CAN BE REALIZED. SCIENTISTS HAVE STATED FOR DECADES...
Page 2201 - CONDUCTS FREQUENT AND DETAILED AUDITS. HE ALSO REPORTS IN WRITING TO ME EACH WEEK. AS IS EVIDENCED FROM WHAT I HAVE SAID, DURING THE PERIODS OF FORMAL ACADEMIC INSTRUCTION AT NUCLEAR POWER SCHOOL AND PROTOTYPE TRAINING, A PROCESS OF WEEDING OUT THOSE PERSONNEL NOT SUITABLE TO BECOME NUCLEAR PLANT OPERATORS TAKES PLACE. ONLY THOSE OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN WHO HAVE DEMONSTRATED THAT THEY HAVE THE ACADEMIC AND PRACTICAL ABILITIES REQUIRED OF A SAFE AND COMPETENT OPERATOR ARE GRADUATED FROM THE TRAINING...