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gelroose Yıl önce
For anyone wondering -- the method to stop nuclear fission in an emergency is called a "SCRAM" (i.e. if there is a problem you better "scram" outta here). In a SCRAM, the control rods are pushed all the way in to terminate the nuclear reaction. There's also "suicide squads" if everything fails. Some of the most ballsy people on earth who are willing to risk their life to stop reactions in order to save thousands of others.
Dynamagon Yıl önce
If only more people were interested in this.
Canton Chigurh
Canton Chigurh Yıl önce
@Dynamagon Fr!!
Ben Dover
Ben Dover Yıl önce
I’d be interested to see how the control rods are distributed within the core using horizontally mounted fuel clusters this way. It seems like it would make it a lot more difficult to reach centerline fuel clusters with the rods making a scram less effective and producing more unwanted fission.
Blitzer RC
Blitzer RC 11 aylar önce
I want to be nirmal fernando's parent
JokerGordon Yıl önce
This had to be the most entertaining way to learn how a nuclear plant works. I'm sure there's a lot more technical stuff to it, but it gets his point across. Great job! 👍
Ridha J
Ridha J Yıl önce
This is the best way to teach something really technical. Hats off to the creator! Thank you so much.
Logan Throne
Logan Throne Yıl önce
This is specifically a CANDU type reactor. Very good video on how they work. If a video like this interests you you should look into other models like the RBMK type reactors that were used at chernobyl and are still in use in Russia to this day.
Haggeo Perez
Haggeo Perez 11 aylar önce
where can i look into these types of reactors?
x 10 aylar önce
@Haggeo Perez the internet..
Siberian Moschid
Siberian Moschid 4 aylar önce
Candu Lmao
TheUnseenSoldier 7 aylar önce
Fun fact: The standard that encompasses the distribution piping to the turbines is found under ASME B31.1 These standards are very high.
Drawing with Munna Painter
Great animation🙏 thanks for providing simple explanation of the concept
Mike Stiglic
Mike Stiglic Yıl önce
It was nicely done video but it actually is only kind of how this style of reactor works. For instance, the power of this style reactor (CANDU) is controlled by vertical columns of water which they control the level of. Also the fuel bundles are contained within zircalloy tubes that run the length of the Calandra. The heavy water flows through each of the tubes being distributed to each tube by a manifold on either side of the Calandra. That heavy water is warmed by 50C as it passes through. Once heated, the heavy water passes its heat to light water via a heat exchanger that is within the containment. The light water is boiled and that is what passes through the turbine.
justin marshall
justin marshall 9 aylar önce
too shay
XY Wang
XY Wang Yıl önce
AFAIK, the heavy water is served as a safety "swimming pool" where the heating core is submerged in, to confine the excessive neutrons, and a liquid sodium metal circulation is used as the first stage of heat transfer, and the regular water/steam circulation is the last power generating stage.
Obum John okafor
Obum John okafor Yıl önce
Now I understand how a nuclear power plant works based on nuclear fission. Thanks for the video and explanation. I hope to the see the tokamak Nuclear fusion reactor function efficiently in the near future. It will be the solution to all the energy problem we have and will definitely change the world we live in so many ways. Best of luck guys.
Steven Rogers
Steven Rogers Yıl önce
Yes its gonna reduce the usage of uranium that will be eco-friendly
Monquea White
Monquea White Yıl önce
Right I always had an open mind for physics.
Laugh Yıl önce
@Monquea White This is a good mindset. Not many have an open mind for such technology, and it's sad.
A@. art
A@. art 10 aylar önce
Yes,are you working on this
Sanjeev Kumar
Sanjeev Kumar Yıl önce
I saw a lot of videos before this but I got confused between all of them but, this was amazing and interesting also. Now I am able to get it . Actually I am from 8th grade and I have a chapter about this but when my teachers explain me about this I didn't understand. But, now that quite easy for me to understand .Thank you.
Krish Gadhe
Krish Gadhe Yıl önce
Sanjeev Kumar
Sanjeev Kumar Yıl önce
@Krish Gadhe Are you also from 8th grade??
fidel catsro
fidel catsro Yıl önce
congratulations! im from 21st grade!
Javelin Bayraktarovich
Waaaay to many “but”
Update Gaming and Fun
What an entertaining manner of learning 👍🏻👍🏻 Teachers must use this method. Thank you a lot
I was worked Koodankulam and kalpakkam nuclear plant, first one is supported by 🇷🇺and second one is PFBR(SODIUM based ) in Thamil nadu 🇮🇳 as a instrument technician (construction time 2012-2017.
hassen khaled
hassen khaled Yıl önce
i have a question : how long a nuclear reactor still in action . i mean when they start on the reactor. when they shut it down , after few minutes , jours , days , months ? ( not talking about a reactor lifetime ) im asking about fission , how long the reactor Can still On
Suryavarman L
Suryavarman L Yıl önce
Tamil Nadu not thamil
Ilir Ilir shushku
nuclear power plants are of great economic interest to those countries that own it but to have such a plant requires great care in use and not all countries can have this luck, countries that do not have economic and political stability find it difficult to manage such a plant. anyway i like the video because it shows how it works 👍 thank you 😜
Graphics and commentary wise, one of the best presentations in this topic.
JB official
JB official Yıl önce
Seeing your videos first time.Really explaining and understandable.Thank you very much
Bob Spalding
Bob Spalding Yıl önce
very few of the operational plants today actually use this method, with a sideways core and heavy water. Most are BWRs and PWRs
Vinnu Sapavath
Vinnu Sapavath Yıl önce
Thank you so much for your good explanation this video is very useful and important to me once again All the best for your future videos 👍👍
Moises Sequera
Moises Sequera Yıl önce
This is a great video, easy to understand the process but now I wish you could show us the tunes of wtv is it through where the neutros are shot towards the uranium in order to split it apart.
TheMallard 8 aylar önce
Still the safest, most efficient, and cleanest energy known to man
Suraj Singh
Suraj Singh 11 aylar önce
Awesome Explanation with Great Animation ❤️
neta m
neta m 4 aylar önce
Which software did you use for your 3D animation?
Baboon_92 Yıl önce
I recently bought a nuclear power plant. I lost the owner's manual, so this was very helpful. Hopefully I'll be able to turn it on soon!
raed bishtawy
raed bishtawy Aylar önce
Thank you so much for this amazing tutorial
Artificial Intelligence ✪
In nuclear power plants, neutrons collide with uranium atoms, splitting them. ... In the core of nuclear reactors, the fission of uranium atoms releases energy that heats water to about 520 degrees Farenheit. This hot water is then used to spin turbines that are connected to generators, producing electricity.
rncmv Yıl önce
"This hot water is then used to spin turbines" it is steam, not water anymore
Paul Raymond Margeot
Just curious: where do the neutrons come from inside the reactor? How are they 'started' to hit Uranium atoms ?
drëæmr Yıl önce
@Paul Raymond Margeot i guess only one neutron is hit and then it is just a chain reaction. Neutrons keep getting emitted from the new neutron atoms.
Joao Gualberto Dias
It's easy to understand when is explained this way. Hope Brazil's politicians and its old public burocracy watch this vídeo. Thanks.
Chuma James Nxele
🤣Damn bro...
nikhil shukla
nikhil shukla Yıl önce
Same condition is in india bro 😂
Dustin Yıl önce
Also to germany They said that they were going full renewables at some point
Kacper Helbino
Kacper Helbino Yıl önce
@Dustin going full renewable and getting rid of nuclear plants that's really smart
john coffey
john coffey Yıl önce
@Dustine g Dr
Simple Cat 🙄
Simple Cat 🙄 11 aylar önce
Thanks you so much this helps me a lot in my sst project 👍❤️
mandar Kumthekar
mandar Kumthekar Aylar önce
Very well described🙏
Purple chemical
Purple chemical Yıl önce
This was so simple in animation thanks for the video 🥰
Łegend Minatî
Łegend Minatî Yıl önce
Thanks these type of videoes helps a lot. And because of ur simple explanation i started to love it.
Study😐 Yıl önce
Thank you.......very much.....for sharing this video.......Now I understand how it works..........🥰
LEAD Yıl önce
Thanks for explaining so so clearly
Bhanuri Poojitha
Bhanuri Poojitha 3 aylar önce
Perfect explaination 👏👏 Thanks
Steven Rogers
Steven Rogers Yıl önce
Thank to those who have worked on this🙌🤗
yes very good !!
Ram suryawanshi
Ram suryawanshi 2 yıl önce
👍👍 WONDERFUL Easy to understand 👍👍
A.i.i -Top Information🌍
I seen a nuclear reactor many times but I never know that this was the technology behind 👍👍👍👍👍
Manohar Lal Kushwaha
Navneeth SagarAnd I've seen in Mylta Power in Pubg 😂😂🤣🤣😀😁🤣🤣😂
sonali barik
sonali barik Yıl önce
Nagaraj Arikeri
Nagaraj Arikeri Yıl önce
Nagaraj Arikeri
Nagaraj Arikeri Yıl önce
Nagaraj Arikeri
Nagaraj Arikeri Yıl önce
Kevin López
Kevin López Yıl önce
What software do you use to design your videos with?
Your Medical Doctor
Your Medical Doctor 2 yıl önce
I Love your explanation !😍
fidel catsro
fidel catsro Yıl önce
my cat loves u too!
im here after my sir starts the concept nuclear reactors , easily understanded after this vid 👍
Maninder Singh
Maninder Singh Yıl önce
never seen before ❤️ thanks for giving knowladge
Sandipan Sarkar
Sandipan Sarkar 17 gün önce
Thank you Sir ❤️🔥
Priyanshu Khare
Priyanshu Khare 2 yıl önce
Superb Explaination! Well Done 👍🙏
First Last
First Last 9 aylar önce
This makes so much sense now. Thanks
Chari Raju
Chari Raju Yıl önce
Very nice 👌. And waiting for more and more videos from u r team.
Dipak Bhoge
Dipak Bhoge 6 aylar önce
very nice animation and explanation
Tekguru4u Yıl önce
animation is amazing can you please tell which software you used?
Jubair Creations
Jubair Creations 9 aylar önce
Thank you so much for sharing 👍👏
Zarif Atif
Zarif Atif Yıl önce
after hitting the uranium atom with neutron it creates 2 different atoms not the same uranium atom. that would go against the conservation of energy
Dr Mahendra Damor
Dr Mahendra Damor 9 aylar önce
Thanks Sir ji for your information 💕💐🎉👌🏼🙏🏼
Vaishnavi Ranaware
It was great explanation!!
Nikita shah
Nikita shah 2 yıl önce
Your videos are 🔥🔥
Kumar N
Kumar N 10 aylar önce
I am an phyics teacher this is helpful ✨️
Scott Johnson
Scott Johnson Yıl önce
Good video, I learned something - Thanks!
Ajmal khan
Ajmal khan Yıl önce
Good, this video is very easy to understand.
Alpha Ace - Pubg Mobile
Great work 👍🏻
Canton Chigurh
Canton Chigurh Yıl önce
This type of energy source was the greenest and risky at the same time
McD Yıl önce
Nice informative video. Thanks 👑🏆🌴💞🌐👍💞👍💞👍
Mr Boonski
Mr Boonski Yıl önce
Loving your videos ✌️
Upgraded Titan Mecha
Now I can feel the taste of a nuclear engineer
fidel catsro
fidel catsro Yıl önce
what does it taste like?
Samuel Galdieri
Samuel Galdieri 6 aylar önce
It’s crazy that a nuclear reactor is essentially a steam engine…..
Trendy Cook
Trendy Cook Yıl önce
Easy understanding method thank you dear
N Yıl önce
On the way to become a similar Lesics ❤️.
Mike Guo
Mike Guo 5 aylar önce
question, are the uranium pallets standard uranium atoms or uranium isotopes?
Isaac Quesada
Isaac Quesada Yıl önce
Thanks a lot bro I love this kind of videos
Wegz Yıl önce
Thank you sir for this amazin video.
Maneesh Manorenj
Maneesh Manorenj 2 yıl önce
Hi sir can u explain how rocket engine works in your next video
N Vinu
N Vinu 2 aylar önce
Watching this video after watching Chernobyl episodes...really haunting till now 😯😯😯
richSalaz me
richSalaz me 10 aylar önce
Before I really didn't understand nuclear reactors. I really thought they're generating electricity a different way. Turns out it's just a complicated way of turning a electromagnet to generate electricity
Alec Hannula
Alec Hannula 10 aylar önce
All power stations use a turbine of some sort because it’s the most efficient way to generate electricity.
Mr Error
Mr Error 2 yıl önce
Your video was superb, I will with my friends, you deserve more then..
If I had studied chemistry properly in my schooling then today I could easily understand it 😂😂😂😂
fidel catsro
fidel catsro Yıl önce
naaaah all you need is to watch a car radiatior to understand this..
anything 3 aylar önce
Well explained
Gabriel Cuadra
Gabriel Cuadra Yıl önce
So, according to these guys, you get the item duplication glitch, making Uranium out of Uranium. Interesting.
Phantom Yıl önce
Watches chernobyl and starts becoming a nuclear physicist through TRvid.
MiniMator X
MiniMator X Yıl önce
Dam dude you should be a professor! What are you doin in yt? You can become a lecturer and get thousands of grand every year bro!
Nice bro nice explation ❤️
HARI BABU 2 yıl önce
So, some steel hollow rods contains uranium pellets tied up as as a stack, and many such stacks brought together, that is where the fire starts and heats up surrounding water. Why the fire won't start when uranium rods stacked up?
Discovery Balochistan
Well done👍
Greg k
Greg k Yıl önce
The byproduct of u235 is fission fragments like xenon and strontium that decay into cerium and other such stuff
M Rabby
M Rabby 10 aylar önce
hi what app you are using to make animation
Emmy the Adventurous!!!.
This is the reason I switched onto commerce in my college 🤯
Govindu Harshana
Govindu Harshana Yıl önce
Very good vedio. ❤ physics and chemistry 👍
Dinesh kumar
Dinesh kumar 2 yıl önce
Excellent brother 👍👍
Jason Folk
Jason Folk Yıl önce
You can make your own heavy water all you gotta do is pass high currents of electricity through water for long periods of time.
fidel catsro
fidel catsro Yıl önce
why cant we use normal drinking water in the heating element?
Rajendra Tepale
Rajendra Tepale Yıl önce
thats a very effective knowledge video
G K Yıl önce
How much water inside the boiler turn into steam in a second for run turbines in a nuclear power plant?
Abu Al Ahad Chowdhury
In a nutshell, a nuclear power plant is basically a hightech steam engine (at least in current generation) 😁
fidel catsro
fidel catsro Yıl önce
you passed!
fidel catsro
fidel catsro Yıl önce
you passed!
Ana Julia
Ana Julia 8 aylar önce
Awesome video. Thanks
MGames Yıl önce
Amazing animations... Which software you use to make these animations...
Shamsul Islam
Shamsul Islam Yıl önce
Fact Wala
Fact Wala Yıl önce
Nice video bro 😍
Shahrukh khan
Shahrukh khan Yıl önce
wonderful and simlpe explanation
Manuel Borromeo
Manuel Borromeo 11 aylar önce
What kind of Nuclear Reactor was installed at the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant? In late January 1986 a successful dry run on Breeder Reactor was performed by technicians from Westinghouse ! 28 Filipino Electrical and Mechanical Engineers underwent training at Westinghouse!
xJamesxKingx 10 aylar önce
I've watched video after video and no one mentions where the neutrons come from to start the chain reaction. Anyone know?
Jim 54
Jim 54 Yıl önce
Humanity’s rejection of Nuclear power was a massive mistake, and the environment has payed dearly for it as we continue to rely on fossil fuels for our electricity
Robert Trovato
Robert Trovato Yıl önce
As we are trying to get to cleaner and cleaner energy we should be at 90% nuclear I would like a mini one in my backyard it beats wind or solar 😆
Virendra Dhotre
Virendra Dhotre Yıl önce
Three mistakes... 1. Uranium atom once split into two, again Uranium atoms don't get formed, some other lighter elements r formed, like Cs-137+Sr-90. 2. Heavy water cooling the fuel bubbles in tube is called primary heat transport system ...not Moderator 3. Moderator is filled inside calandria around the tubes containing fuel (outside the tubes) and it reduced speed of neutrons to facilitate fission
drëæmr Yıl önce
What does that magnetic thing in rotor do? I did not get it. He said that it produces electricity, not the turbines.
希望alex Yıl önce
Good explanation.
Marty Lynchian
Marty Lynchian 9 aylar önce
How is this cooled? I never seen a reactor not submersed in a pool before.
G D 6 aylar önce
With water (heavy in case of candu) flowing through the core, which transfers energy further
saswath 2 yıl önce
Bro Submarine 2nd part enna upload caheyya?
SIE and KNS Productions the C651 and C751B fan
Now I know how Three Mile Island works
M Tuaseen Ilyas
M Tuaseen Ilyas Yıl önce
Very well. But each uranium atom splits into "barium" and "krypton" and three atoms with release of termendous amount of energy.
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