Submitted by: Nuclear Solutions, Inc.
Posted: Mar 12, 2002 – 11:00 PM EST
Mar. 12 /CSRwire/ - Nuclear Solutions Inc. (OTCBB:NSOL) announced today that Dr. Paul M. Brown, its President and CEO, is to be the featured guest speaker at the March 14th meeting of Las Vegas Chapter of the Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE).
Dr. Brown will present "Transmutation of Nuclear Waste By Means of Photon Acceleration Technology". He is the inventor of the patented and patent pending photonuclear transmutation technology for the efficient elimination of radioactive waste and the safe and environmentally benign generation of electric power.
The presentation will be March 14th at 7:00 PM in the UNLV BEH building (at the Beam Business Building) Room 112.
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NOTES TO EDITORS:
1. Nuclear Solutions, Inc. (NSOL) is pioneering the application of photonuclear physics for the treatment of nuclear waste and the safe, efficient generation of electricity. Development of this patented and patent-pending technology could result in the elimination of nuclear waste and a new generation of nuclear reactors that are able to burn their own waste.
The application of photonuclear physics to nuclear waste is called Photodeactivation (a term coined by the inventor, Dr. Paul M. Brown). Photodeactivation involves the irradiation of specific radioactive isotopes to force the emission of a neutron, thereby producing an isotope of reduced atomic mass. These resultant isotopes can be characteristically either not radioactive or radioactive with a short half-life.
The fundamental mechanism works on the laboratory scale, and preliminary computer simulations suggest that this technology will also work on the industrial scale. NSOL is taking the steps necessary for commercialization of the technology. As for most of the advanced nuclear technologies developed today, computer simulation is one of the most important and necessary steps. NSOL will use and improve a series of nuclear simulation codes (MCNP). The new set of simulation codes will allow the NSOL research and development team to design, test, improve, and develop experiments and commercial facilities through computer modeling.
NSOL plans to capitalize on its patent and patent-pending technology by forming strategic alliances and joint ventures with well-established leaders in the nuclear industry. Continued revenue streams are expected through licensing of the technology with both upfront fees and ongoing royalties.
2. NSOL's technology, the HYPERCON(TM) ADS process, is an electron accelerator-based photodisintegration process, incorporating the most recent advances in the photo-nuclear industry.
3. The technology could be developed into new applications for remediation of nuclear waste. Industrially, it would operate at a sub-critical level, so the heat produced by the process could also be used to generate electricity in a safe and environmentally benign manner.
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