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[Nuclear power currently generates approximately 10% of the world’s electricity using 440 nuclear power plants. Nuclear power delivers 29% of the low carbon power used in the world. In addition to these, 220 nuclear research reactors exist, some of which are used in the production of medical...
[Nuclear power plants (NPPs) are some of the most complex engineering systems that consist of thousands of components working together to maintain a controlled nuclear fission to generate heat and convert that heat into usable energy. Failure of one or more components may have significant...
[The utilization of digital networks has improved the ease of monitoring and control and significantly optimized the operations in industrial control systems (ICSs). With the rapid growth of artificial intelligence techniques and hardware in recent years, industries are moving toward nearly or...
[The nuclear energy industry has seen wider applications of digital technologies. These advanced technologies are intended to improve the efficiency and safety of Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs). However, recent industry experiences have shown that the use of such technologies can lead to unexpected...
[With the computerization of control and management systems deployed in nuclear power plants (NPPs), new requirements for cybersecurity assessment are emerging, which motivate the studies on new methodologies and technologies for analyzing the impacts and consequences of cyber-attacks that...
[This book addressed some of the major techniques that can help in developing a response to the cyber threat in nuclear power plants.]
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