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Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan, March 18
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  • 1. Technical Briefing of nuclear safety aspects of the situation in Japan<br />James E. LyonsDirector Nuclear Installation Safety, IAEA<br />March 18th 2011<br />
  • 2. FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI<br />Reactor Unit 1<br />Common spent fuel pond<br />Reactor Unit 2<br />Reactor Unit 3<br />Smoke or vapour plume<br />Reactor Unit 4<br />Possible vapour plume<br />18 MAR 2011, 10:19am local time<br />Contains DIGITALGLOBE Copyrighted Materials<br />
  • 3. FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI<br />Switchyard for Reactor Units 5 and 6<br />Reactor Unit 6<br />Diesel generator building<br />Reactor Unit 5<br />Fukushima Daiichi, Reactor Unit 5 and Reactor Unit 6, no blast or fire damage observed<br />18 MAR 2011, 10:19am local time<br />Contains DIGITALGLOBE Copyrighted Materials<br />
  • 4. FUKUSHIIMA DAIICHI UNIT 1 REACTOR WATER LEVEL<br />
  • 5. FUKUSHIIMA DAIICHI UNIT 1 REACTOR VESSEL PRESSURE<br />
  • 6. FUKUSHIIMA DAIICHI UNIT 2 REACTOR WATER LEVEL<br />
  • 7. FUKUSHIIMA DAIICHI UNIT 2 REACTOR VESSEL PRESSURE<br />
  • 8. FUKUSHIIMA DAIICHI UNIT 2 CONTAINMENT DRYWELL PRESSURE<br />
  • 9. FUKUSHIIMA DAIICHI UNIT 3 REACTOR WATER LEVEL<br />
  • 10. FUKUSHIIMA DAIICHI UNIT 3 REACTOR VESSEL PRESSURE<br />
  • 11. FUKUSHIIMA DAIICHI UNIT 3 CONTAINMENT DRYWELL PRESSURE<br />
  • 12. IAEA International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale - INES<br /><ul><li>The Japanese authorities today issued new INES Ratings
  • 13. Fukushima Daiichi Units 1, 2 and 3 - INES 5.
  • 14. Fukushima Daiichi Unit 4 - INES 3
  • 15. Fukushima DainiUnits 1, 2 and 4 - INES 3</li>

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