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Tepco, 2010:
Aging Management and Safe Long Term Operation At Guess Where





I have here reproduced, a certain Tokyo Electric Power Company PDF (with alternate download links below),

In an ongoing effort by many of the webs finest minds (and myself) to Gain Satisfaction With Regard to a Certain Question

Submitted for your Perusal:



Note the date of the presentation, above.  




Note the vendors 
--- 3 & 5 are made by Toshiba, 4 by Hitachi --  
This threw me off for a good long time.




One-Fukushima is one of the oldest 
-- so they have to ease it into modernity....




Perhaps these sheets needed to be updated?
 -- but I am not interposing remarks for my health... *ahem*




It would seem automation is the standard.




Particularly with the pumps.




Pay dirt. Enjoy.  Please: comment.  I don't claim to be an expert engineer.  Gentle Readers, should ye find a moiety of satisfaction hereunder, do share.... 






































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2 comments:

  1. Thank you for this insightful information!

    Nexion

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  2. Nexion:

    you are most welcome: more to come. please if you would share your insights/deductions/conjectures/responses/&c with the class -- keeping in mind that many, if not most, of us may be, shall we say, rather new to the specific fields of study....

    ...thank you for taking a moment to comment.

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