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For Unit 4 explosion and melt through 1.2.3 Unit of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant
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Updated Jun 21, 2011 10:00

May 12, 2011, TEPCO admitted (core melt) melt down from past February after the accident.
I was investigated melt down melt-through of Unit 1.
TEPCO, does not expose the data of 3/11 19:30 previously for water level and pressure of the reactor.
Further, it does not expose the data in the 3/20 22:00 previously also temperature data.
Therefore, no choice but to guess situation immediately after the accident.
I , report of October [National Institute of JNES '22 (BWR) Heisei analysis of 2009 year earthquake level 2PSA] from data,
I tried to think of an accident of Unit 1 to choose the case closest to the accident of Unit 1 of this time.
It has been trying to adopt the [accident progress analysis of 2.1 BWR-3 Mark Ⅰ type reactor facility] Since the BWR-3 Mark Ⅰ is Unit 1,
I've given up there is an assumption that can not be inserted control rods.
Assumption at this time, the event of (C) subcritical ensure failure (AE) and water injection failure of large LOCA pressure vessel damage during the event (RVR),
Composite events (B) is obtained by superimposing all AC power loss can occur during an earthquake is high it is (ABCE).
The analysis result, the fuel falls, try reactor pressure vessel damaged in about 0.9 hours, it is overtemperature damage containment about 9.6 hours to about 0.7 hours.
It must be considered as a case of the earliest meltdown.
This time, I was paying attention to, it is progress [accident analysis 2.2 BWR-4 Mark Ⅰ reactor facilities (500 000 kWe class)].
In the event of loss of power (TBU), is the loss of power by an earthquake, failure to reactor water injection by high-pressure injection system (RCIC, etc.).
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Kyodo News: Extremely contaminated water is seeping into Pacific Ocean from under Fukushima Reactor No. 2 turbine building — Tepco: We believe ir’s staying in trench
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July 27, 2013: Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Saturday it has detected 2.35 billion becquerels of cesium per liter from water in an underground passage at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant that is seeping into the sea [...] The trench, which is believed to be the source of the latest water leakage into the sea, is located below the No. 2 reactor turbine building. [...]
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THANKS for the continued updates/analysis of the situation, Waterbug and Sweden ! Beginning to believe Citizen Perth; we ARE now doomed to a slow death by cumulative radiation, unless some miracle 'outside' intervention occurs.

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THANKS for the continued updates/analysis of the situation, Waterbug and Sweden ! Beginning to believe Citizen Perth; we ARE now doomed to a slow death by cumulative radiation, unless some miracle 'outside' intervention occurs.

Eagle
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Hi E!

For a long time I felt that better people would step in
and take control of the crisis.

If they did.. how much worse off would we be if they hadn't?
If they did not.. how much better off would we be if they had?

It is what it is.

I feel like an observer at my own funeral..
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Mysterious giant magnet attracts rock-star status
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The 50-foot-wide, 15-ton electromagnet attracted a sensation wherever it went during its slow, delicate 3,200-mile journey from New York to suburban Chicago. The land-and-sea trip culminated when scientists threw a rock star's welcome for the mysterious, shrink-wrapped cargo on Friday as it arrived at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory to help study blazing-fast particles.
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Improved nuclear fuel-rod cladding might prevent future Fukushimas

A substitute for traditional zircaloy could greatly reduce the danger of hydrogen explosions.
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That hydrogen buildup was the result of hot steam coming into contact with overheated nuclear fuel rods covered by a cladding of zirconium alloy, or “zircaloy” — the material used as fuel-rod cladding in all water-cooled nuclear reactors, which constitute more than 90 percent of the world’s power reactors. When it gets hot enough, zircaloy reacts with steam to produce hydrogen, a hazard in any loss-of-coolant nuclear accident.
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[Insight] Data doesn’t show Tepco dumping contaminated water to the sea, but it’s worse than that.
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THANKS for the continued updates/analysis of the situation, Waterbug and Sweden ! Beginning to believe Citizen Perth; we ARE now doomed to a slow death by cumulative radiation, unless some miracle 'outside' intervention occurs.

Eagle
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This! hf
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By WILLIAM SPOSATO And MARI IWATA
TOKYO—Extremely high concentrations of radiation have been detected in water from near one of the reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, Tokyo Electric Power Co. 9501.TO -0.94% said Saturday.

The levels recorded haven't been seen since soon after the March 2011 disaster, it added.

The radiation is millions of times higher than Japan's acceptable limit under normal circumstances.

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Tepco Under Fire Again Over Nuclear Accident Site
Radiation of 750 million becquerels a liter of cesium-134 and 1.6 billion becquerels a liter of cesium-137 was recorded, Tepco said. The normal limits for the two potentially harmful isotopes are 60 and 90 becquerels, respectively. In April 2011 a combined 1.8 billion becquerels was recorded.

"The level of radioactivity is potentially serious but the impact would depend on where it is found," a Tepco official said. The sample came from a trench near the No. 2 reactor turbine building, the utility said.
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Thread: U.S DOCTORS: Fukushima Radiation Must Be Monitored (AMA) (bout time).......

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It's life as we know it, but only just.
My Fukushima Site:
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sic ut vos es vos should exsisto , denego alius vicis facio vos change , exsisto youself , proprie

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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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cover-up of leukemia deaths from fuku..

[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]

6 out of 10 evacuees DIE from leukemia... a rare type of cancer which "normally" affects 1 in 100,000... no cause for concern, WHAT coverup you ask?
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
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Thread: Kristen Iversen - Full Body Burden - Growing Up in the Nuclear Shadow of Rocky Flats.. Author Read.. mite want to bookmark this

LOOOONG video, but really interesting....
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
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sry for reposting threads, but more people see them on the 'outside' :)

carry on all

xooxoxxo
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
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sry for reposting threads, but more people see them on the 'outside' :)

carry on all

xooxoxxo
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Repost away. The more info shared, the better.
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Sellafield failed by private clean-up firms: Series of expensive mistakes has led to review at nuclear plant

The Government is expected to take back control of the clean-up of nuclear waste at Cumbria's Sellafield, following a string of failures by a private sector consortium of US, French and British engineers. Alarmed by spiralling budgets – £70bn and counting – and a series of delays to crucial projects, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has quietly drafted in a team of consultants from the accountants KPMG to review how Sellafield is run, The Independent on Sunday can reveal.

It is running through three options to sort out a situation in which 12 of 14 major projects were behind schedule last year, as well as last month's £700,000 fine for sending bags filled with radioactive waste to a landfill site in Cumbria rather than a specialist facility.

The most eye-catching – and believed to be favoured – choice, involves stripping the contract from Nuclear Management Partners, a consortium made up of URS from California, France's Areva and Amec, one of Britain's biggest listed companies.
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TEPCO cam...

Notice:
"The live camera location has been moved from Unit 1 side to Unit 4 side.
Starting from 10:46 AM on August 1, images of Unit 4 side of the station are provided."
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Areva earnings hit by new provision for Finland reactor project

French nuclear group Areva said first-half earnings were hit by another provision for its troubled reactor construction project in Finland, but the group stuck by its 2013 profit outlook.

Areva said it booked a 150 million euro (130 million pounds) charge related to the construction of its flagship EPR reactor in Olkiluoto, Finland, which is years behind schedule and billions of euros over budget. Provisions on the project now total about 3.3 billion euros.

Finnish utility Teollisuuden Voima (TVO) said in February it did not expect Areva's EPR reactor to start producing power before 2016, seven years behind schedule.

Areva has never said when it expects the reactor to start and did not mention it on Wednesday either.

Another EPR reactor under construction in Flamanville, France is experiencing similar delays and cost overruns, but two EPRs being built in China are on budget and on schedule.

Areva has not sold a new reactor since 2007, when China Guangdong Nuclear Power Corp in Taishan bought the two EPRs.
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Emergency declared at U.S. nuclear plant: Fire shuts down reactor — “Reports of black smoke” — Company says no release of radioactivity “above normal operating limits” #Callaway
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This will be a very difficult one...

TEPCO ordered to drain contaminated tunnel water

Japan's nuclear regulator has ordered the operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant to remove radioactive wastewater from underground tunnels.

The Nuclear Regulation Authority told Tokyo Electric Power Company on Monday it must stop the water from leaking into the sea.

High levels of radioactivity have been detected in wells in the plant site and an adjacent port since May. TEPCO admitted last week that contaminated water is leaking into the sea from the site.

The regulators pointed out a possible leak of highly-radioactive wastewater in the plant's underground tunnels through gravel laid on the floor.
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Why on earth ship them to us?... keep your sh!t and recycle them in Canada ffs... lol...

Nuclear power plant puts radioactive shipping plans on hold
Plan to move 16 radioactive steam generators was met with strong opposition


A plan to ship 16 radioactive steam generators through the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River for recycling in Sweden has been cancelled after delays caused by public opposition.

An agreement was reached in 2009 between Bruce Power in Tiverton, Ont., and Swedish company Studsvik, but Bruce Power president Duncan Hawthorne said the plans have been put on hold to allow further discussion with First Nations, Métis and other groups.
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WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC COMPANY: POTENTIAL EXISTENCE OF DEFECTS IN SHIELD PASSIVE THERMAL SHUTDOWN SEAL SYSTEM

The defect being reported concerns an identified inconsistency between the intended design functionality of the SHIELD passive thermal shutdown seal (SDS) and that observed during post-service testing.

The purpose of the SDS is to reduce current reactor coolant system inventory losses to very small leakage rates for a plant that results in the loss of all reactor coolant pump (RCP) seal cooling. The SDS is a thermally actuated, passive device integral to the RCP Number 1 seal insert and is positioned between the Number 1 seal and the Number 1 seal leak-off line to provide a near leak-tight seal once activated.

The SDS has only been delivered and installed in the following plants: Beaver Valley Unit 2, Callaway, D.C. Cook Unit 1, Farley Units 1 and 2, and Wolf Creek.

Westinghouse has concluded that the hardware itself will not adversely impact safe plant operation.

Affected customers have been informed via their respective Customer Project Managers of the post-service test failure.
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How Much Nuclear Waste Does Your State Hold?

One of the biggest critiques of nuclear energy is that it produces radioactive waste in the form of used nuclear fuel, or UNF. While the amounts are relatively small -- just 20 metric tons per power plant annually -- they remain radioactive for periods of time that are difficult for humans to comprehend. The waste adds up across the 100 nuclear reactors currently in operation across the United States. At last count, the country's atomic fleet had produced approximately 69,720 metric tons of UNF over the past four decades.

Where does it all go? Power plants first store waste on-site in steel-lined concrete pools. After maxing out capacity, however, waste is stored in large dry casks similar to the ones pictured above. They may look intimidating, but there has never been a radiation leak since dry storage techniques were implemented in 1986.

Phew! No worries. But really, do you live in a state that hoards radioactive waste?
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Top 3 states: Illinois, Pennsylvania and South Carolina
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Gov’t: Extremely radioactive tunnels at Fukushima must be drained — Contaminated from melted fuel — Nuclear material going through gravel and into ocean? (VIDEO)
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Scant hope...

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Japan gov’t intervening at Fukushima nuclear plant — Will take over measuring radiation levels — Top official “questioned accuracy of Tepco’s data on contamination”
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Fire that shut down U.S. nuclear reactor released “potentially toxic gas or asphyxiant or flammable gas that could impact plant operation” #Callaway
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Niigata governor protests nuclear safety standards

The governor of Niigata has refused a Cabinet minister's request to allow a nuclear power plant operator in the prefecture to apply for a government safety screening to restart operations.

Economic Revitalization Minister Akira Amari met Governor Hirohiko Izumida in Tokyo on Tuesday.

Izumida said that undergoing a government safety screening and deciding to restart the plant are separate issues and consistent efforts should be made to heighten safety.

Amari sought the governor's approval for Tokyo Electric Power Company to apply for the screening process to restart its Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant in Niigata Prefecture.
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Unbelievable...

Tourists to Fukushima Pref. rebound to 77% of pre-quake level

The number of tourists to Fukushima Prefecture rose 26.3 percent in 2012 from the previous year to 44.46 million, rebounding to 77.8 percent of 2010, the year before the triple disaster -- an earthquake, a tsunami and a nuclear meltdown -- struck, the prefectural government said Monday.

Tourism "steadily recovered due to restoration of tourist facilities and declining misinformation about the nuclear power plant accident," an official at the prefecture said.

The survey showed that tourists last year to the region including the Futaba district, which is home to the quake-disabled Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, were still 74.1 percent fewer than 2010

The survey was conducted jointly by the prefecture and local municipalities at a total of 374 tourist spots and events, nine places more than the previous year.
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Rejected environmental report could delay Turkey's first nuke plant

A rejected environmental impact analysis report could delay construction of Turkey's first nuclear power plant, the company behind the project says.

The Environment and Urban Planning Ministry rejected the Environmental Impact Analysis Report for the Akkuyu plant, citing deficiencies in form and content, Hurriyet Daily News reported Monday.
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