Sökning: "Maja Fjæstad"

Hittade 2 avhandlingar innehållade orden Maja Fjæstad.

  1. 1. Visionen om outtömlig energi : Bridreaktorn i svensk kärnkraftshistoria 1945–80

    Författare :Maja Fjæstad; Thomas Kaiserfeld; Thomas Jonter; Henrik Björck; KTH; []
    Nyckelord :HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANITIES; nuclear power; nuclear energy; nuclear power history; nuclear weapons; breeder reactor; fast reactor; AB Atomenergi; history; history of science; history of technology; environmental history; Sweden; 20th century; vision; technological vision; interpretative flexibility; kärnkraft; kärnkraftshistoria; kärnvapen; bridreaktorer; snabba reaktorer; AB Atomenergi; historia; vetenskapshistoria; teknikhistoria; miljöhistoria; Sverige; svensk historia; 1900-tal; vision; tekniska visioner; utopi; tolkningsflexibilitet; History of technology; Teknikhistoria; History of science and ideas; Idé- o lärdomshistoria; History of science; Vetenskapshistoria;

    Sammanfattning : The fast breeder is a type of nuclear reactor that aroused much attention in the 1950s and 60s. Its ability to produce more nuclear fuel than it consumes offered promises of cheap and reliable energy, and thereby connected it to utopian ideas about an eternal supply of energy. LÄS MER

  2. 2. The Specter of Scarcity : Experiencing and Coping with Metal Shortages, 1870-2015

    Författare :Hanna Vikström; Per Högselius; Dag Avango; Fjaestad Maja; Ingulstad Mats; KTH; []
    Nyckelord :HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; scarcity; critical metals; Sweden; small countries; strategic metals; metal shortages; history of technology; experiences of scarcity; coping with shortages; technological trends; World War I; resource crisis; construction of resources.; History of Science; Technology and Environment; Historiska studier av teknik; vetenskap och miljö;

    Sammanfattning : In spite of an ever-growing supply of metals, actors have long feared metal shortages. This thesis – departing from an understanding that metals scarcity is not an objective geological fact, but an experience, a fear of a shortage – explores why business and state actors have experienced metals as scarce and how they coped with scarcity from 1870 to 2015. LÄS MER