Thursday, September 7, 2017

Indian nuclear research - भारतीय परमाणु अनुसंधान

In order to make policies for the use of nuclear energy in a peaceful manner, the Atomic Energy Commission was established on August 10, 1948. In order to execute these policies, the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) was established in 1954. All programs of nuclear energy are done under the aegis of the Prime Minister.


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Indian nuclear research
In order to make policies for the use of nuclear energy in a peaceful manner, the Atomic Energy Commission was established on August 10, 1948. In order to execute these policies, the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) was established in 1954. All programs of nuclear energy are done under the aegis of the Prime Minister.
Research Centre
(i) Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) - Mumbai, Maharashtra. - This was established in the year 1957 as a nuclear power establishment in Trombay near Mumbai and in 1967 AD it was renamed 'Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Bark' in memory of its founder Dr. Homi Jahangir Bhabha. This is the main national centre for research and development work on nuclear energy and other related subjects.
(ii) Indira Gandhi Atomic Research Centre (IGCAR) - Kalpakkam, Tamilnadu. It was established in Kalpakkam, Chennai for research and development of fast breeder technology in 1971. IGIGCAR designed Fast Breeder Reactor FBTR, which uses native blended fuel with plutonium and natural uranium radish. This will help India to generate nuclear energy from its abundant thorium resources. This research centre also developed the country's first neutron reactor 'Kamini'. Dhruv, Apsara and Cyrus are used in preparation of radio isotope as well as in research, basic and practical research and training in atomic technologies and materials.
(iii) Advanced Technology Centre (CAT) - Indore In 1984, the main work of establishing Indore Meyen High Technology Centre was to develop technology in the field of laser and accelerator.
(iv) Convertible Energy Cyclotron Centre (VECC) - Kolkata. A research and development center of the Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India. Here is research in basic and applied nuclear science.
This centre has 224 cm cyclotron installed which is the first of its kind in India. It has been working since 1977. From this, ray beans of different energy are proton, deuteron, alpha particle and other heavy ions.
(v) Directorate of Atomic Research Investigation and Research (AMD) - Hyderabad.
कृपया कुछ समय दे कर हमें अपने सुझावों से अवगत करें, ताकि हम इस जानकारी को अधिक उपयोगी बना सकें. अपनी व्यक्तिगत जानकारी जैसे नाम, पता और संपर्क सूत्र न छोडें. यह एक प्रतिक्रिया मात्र है और इसकी कोई पुष्टि अथवा जवाब आपको नहीं भेजा जायेगा.