I refer to the following publication:
EMERGENCY CORE COOLING. Report of Advisory Task Force on Power Reactor Emergency Cooling. catalogue data:
Atomic Energy Commission, Washington, D. C. (us)
Other Information: UNCL. Orig. Receipt Date: 31-DEC-68
Country of Publication:
N38180* -Power Reactor Development-Safety & Siting; ANALYSIS; ECCS; POWER PLANTS; REACTOR SAFETY; REACTORS; REACTORS, POWER/Emergency Core Cooling Systems for, complete analysis of.
Full text download available https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/4526348/
it has taken the nuclear from 1968 until 2018 to make this publication easily available. Previously I had to ask a suitably qualified and placed person to photocopy it and send it to me. Which that person did. The was a copy in a central library in Beijing as well. Which is probably why China demanded that Westinghouse Toshiba modify the design of the AP1000 reactor ECCS. Delaying construction and adding billions to the price tag.
This report was contributed to by the AEC, the Ergen committee, and companies called Westinghouse and General Electric. It’s findings are uncontroversial. The industry accepted them and accepts them. The industry helped write the report. It knows and has always known about the full contents of the reports and what the report’s findings mean to the real world and the people who live in the real world.
Here is the table of contents from the report:
Well might the American Nuclear Society say that : “Such accident
management strategies need to be thought out in advance given
the evolution of an accident.” in their report entitled “FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI: ANS Committee Report, A Report by The American Nuclear Society Special Committee on Fukushima” revised June 2012, at http://fukushima.ans.org/report/Fukushima_report.pdf For they themselves and every other involved organisation and involved person has had since the publication date of EMERGENCY CORE COOLING. Report of Advisory Task Force on Power Reactor Emergency Cooling.
That is the industry has had 49 years to come up with the solution to the problem of emergency core cooling in order to prevent overheat, over pressure, release of radionuclides, core damage, meltdown and loss of containment integrity.
So far, as attested by the events of 3/11, and may any means, the industry failed to appropriately think, act and solve the problems inherent in nuclear reactors. Devices in which a trained person may easily start and stop the fission of uranium, but which are also devices in which the decay of the fission products is impossible for any human anywhere to stop or start.
If you can only stop and start fission and not stop fission decay and therefore you cannot stop decay heat generation, can anyone anywhere control the complete ranges of functions inherent in nuclear reactors?
No, no one can. And thats’ a fact. Further, reactors are RELIANT UPON EXTERNAL SOURCES OF POWER FOR SAFE OPERATION. Therefore they are not inherently safe.
And they never will be.
Australia’s national grid further, is NOT up to the task of performing any better than’s Japan’s did in its ability of providing the required power needed for the safe operation of a single nuclear reactor 100% of the time. The wind knocks entire states out on a routine basis here.
How pathetic is it that station blackout, as the nukers call it, is sufficient to cause a nuclear alert status? Its very pathetic.
Lastly, I refer to page 74 of the report EMERGENCY CORE COOLING. Report of Advisory Task Force on Power Reactor Emergency Cooling. as follows:
of this I can ask two things: “It didnt work on 3/11, when and where next will it not work either?” and
“How sick are these people in their naming of scientific studies?” And yet they call us the radiophobes. They seem more scared than the average person who has to live in the shadow of 55 Japanese reactors. Waiting for the next Ford Pinto moment. Ting Car Boom.