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RE: First Law of Thermodynamics, Nuclear
- Subject: RE: First Law of Thermodynamics, Nuclear
- From: Paul Stoughton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2001 09:12:38 -0800
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E = mc(squared) really does apply. However you must remember to balance
that with ALL of the energy and, often times, finding all of the energy in
this equation is difficult. Remember 'c' = the speed of light or ~3 X 10(to
the 8) m/sec. And all energy MUST be conserved. Hope that helps!
Paul E. Stoughton
Product Design Engineer
JAE Oregon, Inc.
11555 SW Leveton Dr.
Tualatin, OR 97062
(503) 692-1333 ext. 215
From: Daniel N. Webster [mailto:dnwebste@Mines.EDU]
Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 11:00 PM
Subject: First Law of Thermodynamics, Nuclear
Does anyone know this Law in detail as it related to Nuclear Power.
It stated something about conservation of energy and matter except in a
Or energy and matter can not be destroyed except in a nuclear reaction.
Thanks in advance
Former United States Nuclear Machinist Mate
Current Student at Colorado School of Mines
Currently Working at Walsh Environmental