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March 23rd, 2011 - Over 9,000 Lbs of Salt Added Each Day to Reactor Pressure Vessels of Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 and Unit 3 - Pages From C146301-02X - Group DK-14

March 23rd, 2011 - Over 9,000 Lbs of Salt Added Each Day to Reactor Pressure Vessels of Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 and Unit 3 - Pages From C146301-02X - Group DK-14

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March 23rd, 2011 - Over 9,000 lbs of salt added each day to reactor pressure vessels of Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 and Unit 3
March 23rd, 2011 - Over 9,000 lbs of salt added each day to reactor pressure vessels of Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2 and Unit 3

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From:
RSTO1B
Hoc
Sent: Wednesday,
March
23,
2011
10:47
AM
To:
RST01
Hoc
Subject:
FW:
Mass
energy
balance
Attachments:
mass balance.ppt
---
Original
Message
From: Versluis,
Rob
[mailto:ROB.VERSLUIS@nuclear.energy.gov]
Sent: Tuesday,
March
22,
2011
3:55
PM
To:
RST01B
Hoc
Subject:
FW:
Mass
energy
balance
 
Original
Message
From: Peltz,
James
On
Behalf
Of
Kelly,
John
E
NE)
Sent: Tuesday,
March 22,
2011 2:37
PM
To:
Larzelere,
Alex;
Elizabeth
A
Connell ; Binder,
Jeff;
Douglas.Burns@inl.gov ;
Peko, Damian;
Beville, Tim;
Bisconti,
Giulia; Cook,
Trevor;
Funk, Dan;
Golub,
Sal;
Hutmaker,
Matthew;
Kelly,
John
E
NE);
Kendall,
Rick;
McCaughey,
Bill;
McGinnis,
Edward;
Miller,
Tom;
O Connor,
Tom
NE-HQ);
Peltz,
James; Reister,
Richard;
Schwab,
Patrick; Smith-Kevern,Rebecca; Tyson,
Sean;
Versluis,
Rob;
Welling,
Craig
Subject:
FW:
Mass
energy
balance
FYI
---
Original
Message----
From:
Farmer,
Mitchell
T.
[mailto:farmer@anl.gov]
Sent: Tuesday,
March 22,
2011
1:45
PM
To:
Grandy, Christopher;
Gehin,
Jess
C.;
Busby,
Jeremy
Todd;
Binder,
ff
Cc:
Kelly,
John
E
NE)
Subject: Mass
energy
balance
This
isn t pretty
I
hope
it
helps.
Mitch
DK
661
of
1892
 
Mass-Energy Balances
March
21,
12:00
CST
DK
662
of 1892
 
Where
is
he
water
going?
 The
sea
water
that becomes steam
is
eing
vented
through
the reactor
safety
relief
valve
and
passing
into
the
suppression
pool.
 Without
heat
sink,
the
suppression
pool
is
aturated,
requiring
venting through
the
torus
pressure
relief
system.
 Water
leaking
from
the
vessel
through
the
recirc
pump
seals
GE);
leakage
collecting
in
rywell.
 At
a
eawater
pumping
rate
of
80 gpm
GE),
then
for
the
current
decay heat
level
of,.
6
MWt
in
nits 2-3,
-
25
gpm
is
oing
into
steam,
leaving 55
gpm
to
accumulate
in
he
drywell.
 Drywell
is
bout
1.1
Million
gallons
in
olume,
and
so
drywell
will
fill
in
ill
in
bout
two
weeks.
 Venting
will
be
required
to
preclude
drywell
pressure
buildup due
to
water
injection,
and
allow
more
water
to
be
pumped
through
the
core
DK
663
of
1892

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