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The History of the Soviet Atomic Industry

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The History of the Soviet Atomic Industry

The History of the Soviet Atomic Industry

282 pages, parution le 14/10/2002

Résumé

This extremely detailed book, published for the first time in English, covers the development of the atomic industry in the former Soviet Union. It deals with the activities of the production facilities, research institutes and design bureaus involved in the design and manufacture of equipments and materials applied in various fields of atomic science and engineering, but the primary focus is on the construction of atomic weapons.

This is the first publication to list the names of the numerous pioneers of the Soviet nuclear industry, including the role of the scientific supervisors of Russia's nuclear project, and the statesman coordinating the functions of the atomic industry in the former Soviet Union. This book will be of interest to scientists and engineers involved in the nuclear industry, as well as historians of science and the post-war Soviet Union.

Contents

  1. Prewar Period (1918-1941)
  2. War Period (1941-1945)
  3. Infancy of Nuclear Weapons Creation in the USSR
  4. First Production Reactor A
  5. First Radiochemical Plant B
  6. First Plant for Producing Nuclear Charges (Plant V)
  7. Concluding Phase of the First Plutonium Bomb Project. Semipalatinsk Test Site
  8. Experimental and Full-Scale Enriched 235U Production
  9. First Soviet Heavy-Water Nuclear Reactors
  10. Natural Uranium Resources for the Nuclear Program
  11. First Plant for Producing Items of Uranium Metal and Other Materials for Atomic Industry
  12. Nuclear and Radiation Safety
    Conclusion
    References

Caractéristiques techniques du livre "The History of the Soviet Atomic Industry"

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Éditeur(s) Taylor and Francis Books
Auteur(s) Arkadii Kruglov
Parution 14/10/2002
Nb. de pages 282
Format 16 x 24
Couverture Relié
Poids 555g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780415269704
ISBN13 978-0-415-26970-4

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