Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Situation is Still Very Difficult

. Wednesday, March 23, 2011



Residents who live around the Fukushima nuclear power plant seems to stay longer in shelters after the earthquake and tsunami on March 11 and then damaged the nuclear power plant. The nuclear crisis is not yet clear when it will end.

Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, Japan, yesterday was still in an unstable condition. Even there was reported radioactive steam out of the reactor numbers 1,2 and 3 when technicians tried to reduce pressure inside the reactor vessel.

Hazardous substances, suspected leaked from a container of damaged nuclear fuel in reactors 1,3 and 4. The three reactors was damaged by fire due to explosion of hydrogen released by the reactor itself.

However, the recovery of access to external electric power and decreasing the temperature in the reservoir of fuel, did show the condition of power began to improve. But overall, the reactor has not been stable and can leak more radiation.

That's why power plant operators, Tokyo Electric Power Co.., ordered the engineers back to work, after being evacuated Monday, and expect electrical control room of reactor No. 2 can be recovered in the afternoon. If successful, the technician can be more intensive work to overcome the nuclear crisis. Even if the white smoke, the possibility of steam, it was found out from reactor number 2 and 3 Monday, the operator decided not to stop work to restore electricity as long as radiation level does not increased substantially at the location.

1 comments:

moongoddesslei said...

very boggling. God help Japan

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