South Texas Nuclear – Is It Really Watertight? If The Dam Fails Can They Shut The Doors Quickly Enough?

2 09 2017


 More on the flood-threatened Texas nuke plants at The Bugle

 

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August 31st NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen, using data from the Land Atmosphere Near real-time Capability for EOS (LANCE) Zoom in of image shows the huge main cooling reservoir-dam at the South Texas Nuclear Power Station site – green spot top center of image – apparently still intact as of August 31st, though the nearby waterways continue(d) to rise.

The STP site has mainly flat topography with few gentle slopes. Elevations across the site range from 15ft (4.6 m) NGVD29 to 30ft (9.1 m) NGVD29 with plant grade of 28ft (8.53 m) NGVD29.https://www.nrc.gov/docs/ML1425/ML14259A195.pdf

If you read, or even just glance, through the US NRC’s flooding walkdown summary, below, then you will quickly get ideas as to to what the “one thing after another” that Raihan Kondker was “working tirelessly to manage” at South Texas Nuclear Power Station, according to the article…

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2 09 2017
flyingcuttlefish

Nuke Pro:

Texas Nuke Plant REfuses to Shut Down — Despite USGS Predictions of nearby River Flooding Above Their Design Basis

http://www.nukepro.net/2017/08/texas-nuke-plant-refuses-to-shut-down.html

2 09 2017
flyingcuttlefish

also on Nuke Pro –

5 09 2017
flyingcuttlefish

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