Some Thoughts On Coastal Nuclear Power Construction's Safety

Zhen Chen
August 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Vol. 1008-1009, p1443
Academic Journal
This article firstly describes the backgrounds and status of coastal nuclear power construction restarts, analyzing problems in coastal nuclear power construction's safety, proposing safety strategies to reduce the risk of coastal nuclear power construction, and promotes economic development in coastal areas.


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