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Vogtle AP100 reactor pressure vessel found seemingly abandoned in Savannah Port

Last week, a special railroad car carrying a 300-ton reactor vessel for the Vogtle reactor construction project experienced problems and dumped the massive pressure vessel on the ground.  Now, an attempt to move the pressure vessel by rail was aborted after the shipment traveled less than a mile before returning to be stored at the Port of Savannah.
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Workers complete first stage of steel cover for Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4

For the better part of the last 6 months, workers have been preparing Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 for the extraction of the spent fuel from the spent fuel pool of the destroyed reactor building.  They have removed the debris  from atop the reactor building, and worked on preparing the structure to be covered by a steel cover in order to remove the spent fuel assemblies from the pool.
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ENTERGY'S GRAND GULF EVENT REPORT: AUTOMATIC REACTOR SCRAM FROM 100% POWER DUE TO A TURBINE/GENERATOR TRIP

All control rods are fully inserted. MSIVs remained open and SRVs lifted and reseated as designed. Currently, reactor water level is being maintained by the Condensate and Feedwater system in the normal band and reactor pressure is being controlled via Main Turbine Bypass valves to the main condenser. There are no challenges to Primary or Secondary Containment at this time.
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Expert Testimony Explains Errors in San Onofre Nuke Plant Saga
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Delivering the presentation today was nuclear engineer and FOTE consultant Arnie Gundersen. According to Gunderson, SONGS' problems started when Edison officials installed replacement steam generators at the plant.

Flaws in their design led to a phenomenon known as "high void fraction." This high void fraction, Gunderson argued today, is what caused the mysterious vibrations that led to the unprecedented levels of wearing on the tubes, which is what caused the plant to be shut down for safety reasons.

According to FOTE, these errors suggest that Edison officials are incompetent and can't be trusted to continue operating SONGS. "Edison played fast and loose by making radical design changes and ducking the rules," claims the group's nuclear campaigner Kendra Ulrich. "The result was the most rapid breakdown of such replacement steam generators in the history of the U.S. nuclear industry. If Edison had followed the rules, an NRC license review would have found these glaring defects, and the lives and livelihoods of millions of people would not have been put at risk nor would hundreds of millions of dollars have been squandered."
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“When It Goes Bad, It Goes Really Bad”

Atomic States of America director Don Argott talks about our uncertain nuclear future.
[link to blogs.phillymag.com]

[snip]

What about plants closer to home?


We have the Limerick plant that’s in Pottstown. And Harrisburg isn’t far away. For the most part, the industry hasn’t seen major accidents. When accidents do happen, they aren’t normally gigantic accidents. They can be small accidents, leaks into the groundwater. One statistic we use in the film is that three quarters of the nation’s nuclear plants are leaking radioactive tritium into groundwater. This is not a good thing. They are not supposed to do this. A lot of these plants are 20 and 30 years old, and they keep getting re-licensed.

So if something does go horribly wrong, are we ready for it?


Unfortunately, we’re under-prepared. In the United States, evacuation zones are ten miles. But in Fukushima, even 50 miles wasn’t adequate. That’s a big problem with Indian Point 50 miles from New York. People say, “Well, what are the chances?” Well, the plants are aging, the technology is extremely dangerous, and if there’s a major nuclear accident, you’re going to render entire areas uninhabitable for thousands of years. With nuclear energy, when it goes bad, it goes really bad. In ways that we’re not used to.
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Very interesting read here, about reactor #4:

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“When It Goes Bad, It Goes Really Bad”

Atomic States of America director Don Argott talks about our uncertain nuclear future.
[link to blogs.phillymag.com]

[snip]

What about plants closer to home?


We have the Limerick plant that’s in Pottstown. And Harrisburg isn’t far away. For the most part, the industry hasn’t seen major accidents. When accidents do happen, they aren’t normally gigantic accidents. They can be small accidents, leaks into the groundwater. One statistic we use in the film is that three quarters of the nation’s nuclear plants are leaking radioactive tritium into groundwater. This is not a good thing. They are not supposed to do this. A lot of these plants are 20 and 30 years old, and they keep getting re-licensed.

So if something does go horribly wrong, are we ready for it?


Unfortunately, we’re under-prepared. In the United States, evacuation zones are ten miles. But in Fukushima, even 50 miles wasn’t adequate. That’s a big problem with Indian Point 50 miles from New York. People say, “Well, what are the chances?” Well, the plants are aging, the technology is extremely dangerous, and if there’s a major nuclear accident, you’re going to render entire areas uninhabitable for thousands of years. With nuclear energy, when it goes bad, it goes really bad. In ways that we’re not used to.
 Quoting: Waterbug


OP this should be it’s own thread…
I'm only human, it's my biggest flaw.

We must all realize a sink a chair and a pillow are all luxuries of home and a soldiers helmet takes the place of all three.
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“When It Goes Bad, It Goes Really Bad”

Atomic States of America director Don Argott talks about our uncertain nuclear future.
[link to blogs.phillymag.com]

[snip]

What about plants closer to home?


We have the Limerick plant that’s in Pottstown. And Harrisburg isn’t far away. For the most part, the industry hasn’t seen major accidents. When accidents do happen, they aren’t normally gigantic accidents. They can be small accidents, leaks into the groundwater. One statistic we use in the film is that three quarters of the nation’s nuclear plants are leaking radioactive tritium into groundwater. This is not a good thing. They are not supposed to do this. A lot of these plants are 20 and 30 years old, and they keep getting re-licensed.

So if something does go horribly wrong, are we ready for it?


Unfortunately, we’re under-prepared. In the United States, evacuation zones are ten miles. But in Fukushima, even 50 miles wasn’t adequate. That’s a big problem with Indian Point 50 miles from New York. People say, “Well, what are the chances?” Well, the plants are aging, the technology is extremely dangerous, and if there’s a major nuclear accident, you’re going to render entire areas uninhabitable for thousands of years. With nuclear energy, when it goes bad, it goes really bad. In ways that we’re not used to.
 Quoting: Waterbug


OP this should be it’s own thread…
 Quoting: Chrit


agreed... and hi chrit
wave
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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Interesting Article:

Fukushima: Fallout of fear
After the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan kept people safe from the physical effects of radiation — but not from the psychological impacts.

In the immediate aftermath of the nuclear accident, public-health experts worried about the possible risk from radiation. Subsequent analyses have shown that the prompt, if frantic, evacuation of areas around the reactors probably limited the public’s exposure to a relatively safe level (see ‘The evacuation zones’). But uncertainty, isolation and fears about radioactivity’s invisible threat are jeopardizing the mental health of the 210,000 residents who fled from the nuclear disaster.
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“When It Goes Bad, It Goes Really Bad”

Atomic States of America director Don Argott talks about our uncertain nuclear future.
[link to blogs.phillymag.com]

[snip]

What about plants closer to home?


We have the Limerick plant that’s in Pottstown. And Harrisburg isn’t far away. For the most part, the industry hasn’t seen major accidents. When accidents do happen, they aren’t normally gigantic accidents. They can be small accidents, leaks into the groundwater. One statistic we use in the film is that three quarters of the nation’s nuclear plants are leaking radioactive tritium into groundwater. This is not a good thing. They are not supposed to do this. A lot of these plants are 20 and 30 years old, and they keep getting re-licensed.

So if something does go horribly wrong, are we ready for it?


Unfortunately, we’re under-prepared. In the United States, evacuation zones are ten miles. But in Fukushima, even 50 miles wasn’t adequate. That’s a big problem with Indian Point 50 miles from New York. People say, “Well, what are the chances?” Well, the plants are aging, the technology is extremely dangerous, and if there’s a major nuclear accident, you’re going to render entire areas uninhabitable for thousands of years. With nuclear energy, when it goes bad, it goes really bad. In ways that we’re not used to.
 Quoting: Waterbug


OP this should be it’s own thread…
 Quoting: Chrit


I agree... but my attempts to create other
threads usually receive little attention..
I would like to see this information offered to
the forum by someone who could drive a
thread successfully...

You, perhaps..?
A keyword reply search of this thread would offer much corroboration of that premise.

Major population areas are in grave danger if one of these old
plants suffers a major release.. for whatever reason..
Could be human error, natural disaster,
systems/mechanical failure, loss of power by solar event,
or even sabotage by malcontent or foreign entity.
Imagine a place such as NYC.. rendered uninhabitable..

The consequences would be enormous.
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Kobe marks quake anniversary

Thursday marks the 18th anniversary of the earthquake that hit Kobe City and its surrounding areas, western Japan. Local communities held ceremonies to remember the nearly 6,500 victims of the disaster.

Families and friends of the victims lit candles arranged in the shape of the numbers 1 and 17 at a Kobe park. The numbers represent the month and day the Great Hanshin Earthquake struck in 1995.

Crowds fell silent at 5:46 AM -- the exact time the quake struck.
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Mitsubishi invests $770 mil in German offshore wind

BERLIN — Mitsubishi Corp is investing €576 million ($770 million) in developing German offshore wind farms.

Netherlands-based grid operator Tennet said Wednesday that Mitsubishi will take a 49% stake in the €2.9 billion high-voltage cables linking four offshore farms to the German grid.

The four plants have a total production capacity of 2.8 gigawatts, more than two average nuclear reactors.

Germany is phasing out nuclear power by 2022 in favor of renewable energies instead, and offshore wind is expected to become one of the main energy sources.
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Finally...

Resumption of Japan's boiling water reactors may be delayed

A member of Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority said Thursday that boiling water reactors will not be allowed to resume operation unless they are equipped with venting systems with filters that can reduce the amount of radioactive substances when pressure is released from reactor containers during emergencies.

Of the 50 commercial reactors in Japan, 26 are BWR reactors -- the same type as the ones that suffered core meltdowns in the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster. Most of them have venting systems, but the systems do not have filters.
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Finally...

Resumption of Japan's boiling water reactors may be delayed

A member of Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority said Thursday that boiling water reactors will not be allowed to resume operation unless they are equipped with venting systems with filters that can reduce the amount of radioactive substances when pressure is released from reactor containers during emergencies.

Of the 50 commercial reactors in Japan, 26 are BWR reactors -- the same type as the ones that suffered core meltdowns in the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster. Most of them have venting systems, but the systems do not have filters.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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Small steps. clap



And now.... we dance....



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Toshiba developing small N-reactor / Reactor to be used to mine oil sands in Canada; initial operation by 2020 eyed

Toshiba Corp. has been developing a small nuclear reactor for mining oil sands at the request of a firm engaged in such mining projects in Alberta Province, Canada, and aims to begin operating the reactor by 2020, it has been learned.
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Note that Toshiba owns Westinghouse Electric Company...
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Hitachi's Wylfa B reactor design to be assessed

NUCLEAR regulators are to start the assessment process of reactors planned for Wylfa B.

Ministers asked the Office for Nuclear Regulation and the Environment Agency to assess the design of the Hitachi reactor.

Japanese firm Hitachi recently acquired Horizon Nuclear Power and plan to develop new nuclear reactors at Wylfa in Anglesey and Oldbury in Gloucestershire.

They submitted the application for their reactor design last week.

A Generic Design Assessment (GDA) will now be carried out on the Advanced Boiling Water Reactor, which is the only Generation III + reactor which has been in operation anywhere in the world, with four ABWRs in Japan, and three others under construction in Japan and Taiwan.
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NRC Forms Special San Onofre Review Panel

The NRC has established a special panel to coordinate the agency’s evaluation of Southern California Edison Co.’s proposed plan for restarting its Unit 2 reactor and ensuring that the root causes of problems with the plant’s steam generators are identified and addressed.
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Thread: GLPVC Presents LEUREN MORET *** Thursday Jan 17 at 11 PM EST **ON AIR LIVE NOW**

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Thanks, Hugh.. Should be very informative.
I don't do VC but I'll be listening..
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Thanks, Hugh.. Should be very informative.
I don't do VC but I'll be listening..
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Here's another post you may find interesting here-

Thread: Arkansas gets radioactive sleet and snow.
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Very interesting read here, about reactor #4:

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Very..

Thinks they were creating high grade Pu in reactor 4 when EQ hit..
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Kurion.. is their answer THE answer, or more rubbish... from what i understand you can't just 'put' radiation somewhere... it's not a substance as such...?????

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]
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Monitoring of decontamination work to be boosted

Japan's Environment Ministry will tighten its monitoring of decontamination work in Fukushima Prefecture, home to the crippled nuclear power plant.

The ministry has been investigating reports of shoddy work by crews cleaning up contaminated areas. Officials said on Thursday that questioning of workers had revealed 5 cases of inappropriate practices. They say water used in decontamination work was discharged in ditches in Tamura City, Naraha Town and Iitate Town.

The ministry said it investigated 14 other suspected cases, but none could be confirmed as inappropriate.
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Tokyo Gas, Panasonic develop new home fuel cell

OSAKA — Tokyo Gas Co and Panasonic Corp have jointly developed a new version of their Ene-Farm home fuel cell. Panasonic manufactures the fuel cell unit and supplies it to Tokyo Gas in combination with a hot water unit and backup heat source produced by Gastar Co, a subsidiary of Tokyo Gas.

The new model will be sold by Tokyo Gas from April 1. The price of the new product will be 1,995,000 yen (with the standard backup heat source, excluding installation fee). This is about 760,000 yen less than the recommended retail price of the Ene-Farm model currently on the market, made possible by a reduction in the number of components.
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Utilities voice disagreement over new safety criteria for reactors

Japanese nuclear power plant operators on Friday voiced disagreement over some envisaged regulatory requirements to be included in the country's new safety criteria for reactors in the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi complex disaster.

The rough draft of the criteria, worked out by a panel set up by the Nuclear Regulation Authority, calls for a boiling water reactor to be equipped with more than one radiation filter-equipped vent that can be used to reduce pressure to prevent damage to the containment structure during emergencies.
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S. Korean nuclear reactor halts operations due to malfunction

SEOUL, Jan. 17 (Yonhap) -- A nuclear reactor at a South Korean nuclear power plant stopped operating Thursday due to what plant operators there called a problem with the reactor's energy system.

The officials from the Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., however, said there was no immediate danger of any radiation leak at the Uljin Nuclear Power Plant.

The Uljin-1 reactor at the plant, located 330 kilometers southeast of Seoul, was shut down at 11:15 a.m. An investigation was currently under way to identify the exact cause of the problem, they said.
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Areva says India keen to start using French nuclear reactors

Negotiations for the sale of two French nuclear reactors to India are at an advanced stage and Indian authorities are keen to start using French nuclear technology, reactor builder Areva Group said on Wednesday.

A deal with the Nuclear Power Corp. of India Ltd. (NPCIL) would be a major breakthrough for Areva, which has been embarrassed by cost overruns and long delays at two EPR reactors under construction in Finland and France.
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EDF Sees 1 Billion-Euro Cost Cuts, Keeps French Reactor Plan

Electricite de France SA, the world’s biggest nuclear-plant operator, will cut 1 billion euros ($1.3 billion) of costs while sticking to a plan to turn on a new reactor in Normandy in 2016.

“All parts” of the utility will contribute to cost reductions, Herve Machenaud, head of production and engineering, said yesterday at a press briefing in Flamanville, where the planned reactor has been plagued by delays and budget overruns. “EDF is confronted with financial constraints,” he said.

The expense of building the so-called EPR plant has swelled following revisions to its engineering and design, as well as changes made in the wake of Japan’s Fukushima nuclear disaster. The utility, which will detail the planned cost savings next month, also blamed the cuts on a law forcing it to sell atomic output to competitors in France, where it’s still dominant.
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Proposed New Nuclear Reactor At Fermi Plant Clears Hurdle

FRENCHTOWN TWP. (AP) - The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has found that environmental concerns are not significant enough to halt the construction of a proposed new reactor at the Fermi plant in Monroe County.

Fermi owner Detroit Edison applied to the NRC in 2008 to build one of the newest generation of nuclear reactors at its plant, located next to Lake Erie in Frenchtown Township. The reactor, known as Fermi 3, is the first of its kind currently proposed in the Midwest.
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Record contamination detected in fish caught inside of Fukushima Daiichi harbor

TEPCO announced that it had captured a Murasoi fish from inside of the harbor at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.  Analysis detected 254,000 becquerels per kilogram of radioactive cesium in the fish, 2,540 times the legal dose.  The internal dose if eaten would be 4mSv per kilogram.
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