Attachment II-1

Overview of reactor facilities at the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS
Unit 1 1号機 Unit 2号機2 Unit 3号機 3

4号機 Unit 4
784 784 2381 1972/9 2381 1978/10 1972 Sep.
Oct. 1978 BWR4

5号機

Unit 5

Unit 6号機 6

電気出力(MWe) 熱出力(MWt) Thermal output (MWt) 建設着工 営業運転開始 Start of construction 原子炉形式
Electric output (MWe) Commissioning Reactor type

460 1380 1380 1967/9 1971/3 Sep. 1967 BWR3
460 Mar. 1971 BWR3

784 784 2381 2381 1969/5 1974/7 May 1969
Jul. 1974

784 784 2381 2381 1970/10 1976/3 1970 Oct.
Mar. 1976

BWR4

784 784 2381 1971/12 2381 1978/4 1971 Dec.
Apr. 1978

11001100 3293 3293 1973/5 1979/101973 May BWR5
Oct. 1979

原子炉圧力容器内径(mm)

約4800

約5600
Approx. 5,600 約22000 Approx. 22,000

約5570
Approx. 約22000 5,570

約5570
Approx. 約22000 5,570

約5570
Approx. 5,570 約22000

約6410

BWR5

Reactor pressure vessel inside diameter 原子炉圧力容器全高(mm) (mm) Reactor pressure vessel overall height (mm) Reactor pressure vessel total weight (t)

Approx. 4,800 約20000 Approx. 20,000

Approx. 約23000 6,410

原子炉圧力容器全重量(t) 原子炉圧力容器 設計圧力(※注1)

約440

約500

約500

Approx. 22,000 Approx. 500

約500

Approx. 22,000 Approx. 500

約500

Approx. 22,000 Approx. 500

約750

Approx. 23,000 Approx. 750

Approx. 440

Approx. 500

Reactor pressure vessel design pressure (*1) Reactor pressure vessel design temperature 原子炉圧力容器 (C)

約8.62MPa[gage] Approx. 8.62 MPa [gage] (87.9 kg/cm2 [gage]) (87.9kg/cm2[gage])
302

約8.62MPa[gage] 約8.62MPa[gage] [gage] 約8.62MPa[gage] [gage] 約8.62MPa[gage] [gage] Approx. 8.62 MPa [gage] Approx. 8.62 MPa Approx. 8.62 MPa Approx. 8.62 MPa (87.9 kg/cm2 [gage]) (87.9 kg/cm2 [gage]) (87.9 [gage]) (87.9 kg/cm2 (87.9kg/cm2[gage]) (87.9kg/cm2 [gage]) (87.9kg/cm2kg/cm2 [gage]) (87.9kg/cm2 [gage])[gage]) 302
302 548

約8.62MPa[gage] [gage] Approx. 8.62 MPa (87.9 kg/cm2 [gage]) (87.9kg/cm2 [gage]) 302 764 764 302 764 764 -

設計温度(℃) Number of fuel assemblies

302

302 548 516 32 約3.71

302 548 516 32

302 548 548 約3.71

302 548 548 -

302 548 548 約3.71

302 548 548 -

Number of high burnup 8x8 fuels

燃料集合体数(本) 高燃焼度8×8燃料(本) Number of 9x9 fuels (type A) 9×9燃料(A型)(本) 9×9燃料(B型)(本) Number of 9x9 fuels (type B) MOX燃料(本)
Number of MOX fuels

400 68 - 332 332 68 -

400

548 -548 548 -

燃料棒有効長(m) 制御棒本数(本)

約3.66
Approx. 3.66 97

約3.71
Approx. 3.71

約3.71
Approx. 3.71 137

Effective fuel rod length (m) Number of control rods

Approx. 3.71

Approx. 3.71

Approx. 3.71

97

137

137

137 137 マークⅠ
Mark I

137

137

137

185 185 マークⅡ
Mark II

格納容器形式 (本体)
Containment type

格納容器全高(m) 格納容器直径(m)
Containment overall height (m)

32 17.7(球部) 9.6(円筒部)
32

34 20.0(球部) 10.9(円筒部)
34

34.1 20.0(球部) 10.9(円筒部)
34.1

34.1 20.0(球部) 10.9(円筒部)

34.1

34.1 20.0(球部) 10.9(円筒部)

48.0 25.9
48.0

34.1

圧力抑制室 プール推量(m3 ) Containment diameter (m) 格納容器設計圧力(※注1) Pool water volume in suppression chamber (m3)
Containment design pressure (*1)

1750 17.7 (sphere) 約0.43MPa[gage] 1,750 (4.35kg/cm2[gage]) 138(D/W) Approx. 0.43 MPa [gage] 138(S/C) (4.35 kg/cm2 [gage]) 225
138 (D/W) 138 (S/C) 225 9.6 (cylinder)

2980 20.0 (sphere)
10.9 (cylinder)

2980 (sphere) 20.0
10.9 (cylinder)

2980 (sphere) 20.0
10.9 (cylinder)

298020.0 (sphere)
10.9 (cylinder)

3200
25.9

格納容器設計温度(℃) 使用済み燃料プール容量(%炉心 分)

約0.38MPa[gage] 約0.38MPa[gage] 約0.38MPa[gage] 約0.38MPa[gage] 2,980 2,980 2,980 2,980 (3.92kg/cm2[gage]) (3.92kg/cm2 [gage]) (3.92kg/cm2 [gage]) (3.92kg/cm2 [gage]) 138(D/W) 138(D/W) 138(D/W) 138(D/W) Approx. 0.38 MPa [gage] Approx. 0.38 MPa [gage] Approx. 0.38 MPa [gage] Approx. 0.38 MPa [gage] 138(S/C) 138(S/C) [gage]) 138(S/C) [gage]) 138(S/C) (3.92 kg/cm2 [gage]) (3.92 kg/cm2 (3.92 kg/cm2 (3.92 kg/cm2 [gage]) 225
138 (D/W) 138 (S/C)

約0.28MPa[gage] (2.85kg/cm23,200 [gage]) 171(D/W) Approx. 0.28 MPa [gage] 105(S/C) [gage]) (2.85 kg/cm2 230
171 (D/W) 105 (S/C)

225
138 (D/W) 138 (S/C)

290
138 (D/W) 138 (S/C)

290
138 (D/W) 138 (S/C)

Containment design temperature (C)

使用済み燃料プール使用温度 Spent fuel pool volume (% full core) (℃)
Spent fuel pool working temperature (C)

≦65

≦65 225
≦65

≦65 約9.9

225 ≦65

≦65 約9.9

290 ≦65

≦65 約9.9

290 ≦65

≦65 230
≦65

使用済み燃料プールの長さ(南 北:海岸線に平行)(m) Spent fuel pool length (north-south: parallel 使用済み燃料プールの幅(東西: to coastline) (m) 海岸線に垂直)(m) Spent fuel pool width (east-west: vertical to 使用済み燃料プールの深さ(最深 coastline) (m) 部)(m) 使用済み燃料プールの容積(m3 ) Spent fuel pool depth (deepest part) (m)
Spent fuel pool volume (m3)

≦65

約7.2
Approx. 7.2

約9.9
Approx. 9.9

約10.4
Approx. 10.4

Approx. 9.9

Approx. 9.9

Approx. 9.9

約12.0
Approx. 12.0 約11.8 Approx. 11.8 約1020 Approx. 1,020 900

約12.2
Approx. 約11.8 12.2 Approx. 約142411.8 Approx. 1,424

約12.2
Approx. 約11.8 12.2 Approx. 約1425 11.8 Approx. 1,425

約12.2
Approx. 12.2 約11.8 Approx. 11.8 約1425 Approx. 1,425

約12.2
Approx. 12.2 約11.8 Approx. 11.8 約1425 Approx. 1,425

約12.0
Approx. 約11.8 12.0 Approx. 約1497 11.8 Approx. 1,497

使用済み燃料プールでの使用済 使用済み燃料プールに貯蔵されて

Stockable number of spent fuels in pool 燃料の貯蔵可能体数(体) Number of spent fuels stored in pool (end of いる使用済燃料(体) (H22.12 Dec. 2010)

900 292

1240 1,240
587 587

1220 1,220 514
514

1590

1,590

1590 946

1,590

17701,770 876
876

292

末)

1,331 (including 548 1331(炉内取出燃料548fuels extracted inside the reactor) 体含む)

946

Number of new fuels stored in pool (end of いる新燃料(体)(H22.12末) Dec. 2010)

使用済み燃料プールに貯蔵されて
100

100
2

2828

52

52

204

204

48

48

64

64

*1: The unit used in the application for the reactor establishment permit was kg/cm2 [gage]. 注1:原子炉設置許可申請書での単位はkg/cm [gage]

Source: Tokyo Electric Power Company, “The impact of Tohoku-Chihou Taiheiyo-Oki Earthquake to Nuclear Reactor Facilities at Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station,” September 2011

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Attachment II-2
Principle of power generation by boiling water reactor (BWR)
“Based on the link from the ‘Disaster Prevention Network for Nuclear Environments’ created by the Nuclear Safety Division, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology”

(1) Principle of nuclear power generation All power reactors existing in Japan are so-called light water reactors. Light water means normal water, and water is used in light water reactors in order to cool reactors when extracting thermal energy. Light water reactors are divided into boiling water reactors (BWRs) and pressurized water reactors (PWRs). As of the end of February 2011, fifty-four power reactors are in operation in Japan. In a BWR, steam produced inside the reactor directly rotates the turbine of the generator.

(2) Structure of boiling water reactor (BWR) In a BWR, cooling water delivered by the feedwater pump and the recirculation pump flows along the fuel rods upward from the bottom of the reactor pressure vessel. Because the cooling water is heated by the fuel rods which are generating heat, the higher up it flows, the higher the water temperature becomes; it starts to boil along the way, emitting a mixture of water and steam upward. In a BWR whose electric output is comparable to 1,000,000 kW, the pressure of the cooling water is generally 7.0 MPa and the reactor exit stream temperature is 286 degrees Celsius in general. The steam separator located at the upper part of the reactor pressure vessel is to extract the steam from the boiling cooling water, and then, dry and deliver it to the turbine. The outline of a BWR nuclear power plant system is described in the figure below (the shape of the containment corresponds to that of Unit 6 in the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station).

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Power transmission

Primary containment vessel Steam separator
Reactor pressure vessel

Steam Water Fuels Turbine

Transformer

Generator

Control rods Recirculation pump

Water

Condenser To discharge channel Cooling water (seawater)

Water

Suppression pool

Feedwater pump

Circulating water pump

Based on 5-2, Graphical Flip-chart of “Nuclear & Energy Related Topics” 2011 by the Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan

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福島第一原子力発電所 図上部 左⇒右 配置図:General layout of the Fukushima Daiichi NPS 1 ○双葉町側:Futaba-machi 2 ○大熊町側:Okuma-machi 3 ○取水路開渠:Intake channel open ditch 4 ○カーテンウォール:Curtain wall 5 ○取水口:Water intake 6 ○東波防堤: East breakwater 7 ○カーテンウォール:Curtain wall 8 ○取水路開渠:Intake channel open ditch 図中央部 左⇒右 9 ○超高圧開閉所:Ultrahigh voltage switchyard 10 ○66KV開閉所:66 kV switching station 11 ○第1土捨場:1st Spoil bank 12 ○固体廃棄物貯蔵所:Solid waste storage 13 ○計測器予備品倉庫:Storage for measurement equipment and spare items 14 ○定検用機材倉庫:Storage for regular inspection equipment 15 ○物揚場:Shallow draft quay 16 ○使用済燃料輸送容器保管建屋:Spent fuel transportation cask storage building 17 ○駐車場:Parking space 18 ○駐車場:Parking space 19 ○事務本館:Main office building 20 ○免震重要棟:Seismic isolation building 21 ○駐車場:Parking space 22 ○超高圧開閉所:Ultrahigh voltage switchyard 23 ○超高圧開閉所:Ultrahigh voltage switchyard 24 ○運用補助共用施設(共用プール):Common auxiliary facilities (shared pool) 25 ○放射性廃棄物集中処理施設:Centralized radioactive waste treatment facilities 26 ○放射性廃棄物集中処理施設:Centralized radioactive waste treatment facilities 27 ○排風気建屋:Air-exhaust ventilation building 28 ○焼工建屋:Combustion building 29 ○高放射性固体廃棄物処理建屋:High activity solid waste treatment building 30 ○高温焼却建屋:High temperature incineration building -5- .

L3 and L4 42 ○福島原子力技能訓練センター:Skills Training Center 43 ○駐車場:Parking space 44 ○請負企業センター:Contractor center 45 ○サービスホール:Service hall -6- .31 ○共用サプレッションプールサージタンク建屋:Common suppression pool surge tank building 32 ○予備変電所:Auxiliary substation 33 ○用水池:Reservoir 図下部 左⇒右 34 ○双葉線1号・2 号:Futaba Transmission Line. L1 and L2 35 ○夜ノ森線 1 号・2 号:Yorunomori Transmission Line. L1 and L2 41 ○大熊線 3 号・4 号: Okuma Transmission Line. L1 and L2 36 ○ろ過水タンク:Filtrate tank 37 ○多目的運動場:Multi-purpose athletic field 38 ○登録センター:Registration center 39 ○駐車場:Parking space 40 ○大熊線 1 号・2 号:Okuma Transmission Line.

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Attachment II-4: Plant layout for Units 1 to 4 of the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS
1 ○物揚場:Shallow draft quay 2 ○純水ポンプ建屋:Pure water pump building 3 ○No.1 純水タンク:Deionized water tank 1 4 ○No.2 純水タンク:Deionized water tank 2 5 ○保健安全センター別館:Annex of the health and safety center 6 ○薬品貯槽:Chemical storage 7 ○厚生棟:Welfare building 8 ○(旧)水処理建屋:(Former) Water treatment building 9 ○事務本館別館:Annex of the main office building 10 ○総合情報等:General information building 11 ○飲料水タンク:Drinking water tank 12 ○重油タンク:Heavy oil tank 13 ○No.1 危険物倉庫:Dangerous object storage No. 1 14 ○泡消火栓装置:Foam fire extinguishing equipment 15 ○予備品倉庫:Spare item storage 16 ○新サービス建屋:Units 1 and 2 new service building 17 ○1 号機復水貯蔵タンク: Unit 1condensate storage tank 18 ○逆洗弁ピット:Reversing valve pit 19 ○1 号機タービン建屋:Unit 1 turbine building 20 ○起動変圧器:Startup transformer 21 ○主変圧器:Main transformer 22 ○地震観測小屋:Seismic observatory 23 ○窒素供給装置:Nitrogen-supplying device 24 ○1,2 号機取水設備電源室:Power room for the water intake facility for Units 1 and 2 25 ○機械室:Machine room 26 ○No.1 軽油タンク:Light oil tank No. 1 27 ○浄化槽:Septic tank 28 ○2 号機復水貯蔵タンク:Unit 2 condensate storage tank 29 ○1,2 号機サービス建屋:Units 1 and 2 service building 30 ○1,2 号機サービスエリア:Units 1 and 2 service area 31 ○1 号機コントロール建屋:Unit 1 control building 32 ○2 号機コントロール建屋:Unit 2 control building 33 ○1 号機廃棄物処理建屋:Unit 1 waste treatment building 34 ○2 号機廃棄物処理建屋:Unit 2 waste treatment building 35 ○1,2 号機排気筒:Stack for Units 1 and 2

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36 ○1,2 号機排気筒モニタ収納小屋:Monitoring equipment chamber for Units 1 and 2 stack 37 ○1,2 号機超高圧開閉所

Ultrahigh voltage switching station for Units 1 and 2

38 ○1~4 号機共用所内ボイラ直流電源室:DC power supply room for the common station-service

boiler for Units 1-4
39 ○所内変圧器:Auxiliary transformer 40 ○No.2 危険物倉庫:Dangerous object storage No.2 41 ○1~4 号機発電機注入用窒素ガスボンベ室:Nitrogen gas cylinder room for Units 1 to 4

generators
42 ○No.2 軽油タンク Light oil tank No.2 43 ○3 号機復水貯蔵タンク: Unit 3 condensate storage tank 44 ○立坑:Shaft 45 ○メタクラ2SA建屋:Metal clad switch gear 2SA building 46 ○3 号機原子炉建屋:Unit 3 reactor building 47 ○1,2 号機活性炭ホールドアップ装置建屋:Units 1 and 2 charcoal building 48 ○3号機活性炭ホールドアップ装置建屋:Unit 3 charcoal building 49 ○4 号機スクリーン電源室:Power room of Unit 4 screen 50 ○北側立坑:North shaft 51 ○3 号機主発電機励磁装置盤建屋:Building for the energizing device of Unit 3 main generator 52 ○励磁電源変圧器:Energizing power transformer 53 ○汚損検出器:Contamination detector 54 ○計算機室冷凍機:Computer room cooler 55 ○タービン建屋換気系排気筒:Stack for the turbine building ventilation system 56 ○排風気建屋:Air-exhaust ventilation building 57 ○可燃性雑固体廃棄物焼却設備及び工作機械室(焼工建屋):Miscellaneous flammable solid

waste combustor and engineering machine room (combustion room)
58 (プロセス補助建屋) Central radioactive waste treatment facilities : ○放射性廃棄物集中処理施設

(auxiliary processing building)
59 ○放射性廃棄物集中処理施設(プロセス主建屋):Central radioactive waste treatment facilities

( main processing building)
60 ○高放射線性固体廃棄物処理建屋(サイトバンカー):High activity waste treatment building

(side bunker)
61 ○高温焼却建屋:High temperature incineration building 62 ○共用サプレッションプールサージタンク建屋:Common suppression pool surge tank building 63 ○軽油移送ポンプ:Light oil transfer pump 64 ○水素トレーラー:Hydrogen trailer 65 ○液体酸素タンク:Liquid oxygen tank

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福島第一原子力発電所5号機及び6号機 配置図:Plant layout for Units 5 and 6 of the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS 図上部 左⇒右 1 ○5/6号機サンプリング建屋:Units 5 and 6 sampling building 2 ○取水口:Water intake 3 ○循環水ポンプ:Circulating water pump 4 ○5,6号機取水設備電源室:Power room for Units 5 and 6 intake facilities 5 ○取水口:Water intake 6 ○循環水ポンプ:Circulating water pump 7 ○重油タンク:Heavy oil tanks 8 ○サプレッションプール水タンク:Suppression pool water tank 図中央部 左⇒右 9 ○No.6軽油タンク:Light oil tank No. 3 15 ○復水貯蔵タンク:Condensate storage tank 16 ○サービスエリア:Service area 17 ○5号機タービン建屋: Unit 5 turbine building 18 ○5,6号機コントロール建屋:Units 5 and 6 control building 19 ○6号機所内変圧器:Unit 6 auxiliary transformers 20 ○6号機主変圧器:Unit 6 main transformer 21 ○6号機復水貯蔵タンク:Unit 6 condensate storage tank 22 ○電気品室:Electrical item room 23 ○非常用ディーゼル発電機室:Emergency diesel generator room 24 ○6号機原子炉建屋:Unit 6 reactor building 25 ○長期地震観測建屋:Long-term seismic observation building 26 ○5/6号機廃棄物地下貯蔵設備建屋:Units 5 and 6 filter sludge tank room 27 ○5号機起動変圧器:Unit 5 startup transformers 28 ○6号機雑固体処理建屋:Unit 6 miscellaneous solid treatment building 29 ○連絡通路:Passageway 30 ○廃棄物処理エリア:Waste treatment area . 6 10 ○6号機ディーゼル発電機建屋:Unit 6 diesel generator building 11 ○6号機MGセット建屋:Unit 6 MG set building 12 ○6号機タービン建屋:Unit 6 turbine building 13 ○5,6号機サービス建屋 :Units 5 and 6 service building 14 ○No.3軽油タンク:Light oil tank No.11 - .

4 図下部 左⇒右 45 ○6号機超高圧開閉所:Ultrahigh voltage switching station for Unit 6 46 ○5号機超高圧開閉所:Ultrahigh voltage switching station for Unit 5 47 ○66KV開閉所:66kv switching station .12 - .31 ○主排気ダクト:Main exhaust air duct 32 ○排気筒:Stack 33 ○5, 6号機排気筒モニタ収納小屋:Monitoring equipment chamber for the stack of Units 5 and 6 34 ○5号機廃棄物処理建屋:Unit 5 waste treatment building 35 ○5号所内ボイラー建屋:Unit 5 auxiliary boiler building 36 ○5号機原子炉建屋:Unit 5 reactor building 37 ○窒素供給装置:Nitrogen-supplying device 38 ○主変圧器:Main transformer 39 ○励磁変圧器:Energizing transformer 40 ○所内変圧器:Auxiliary transformers 41 ○水素供給設備制御盤室:Hydrogen-supplying facility control board room 42 ○水素トレーラー:Hydrogen trailer 43 ○純水タンク:Demineralized water tank 44 ○No.4資材倉庫:Material storage No.

Center for Home Energy Promotion Industrial Customer Energy Dept. (Fukushima Daini): Maintenance Dept. Customer Center Service Center Control & Maintenance Office. Equipment Dept. Switchyard Real Estate Acquisition & Management Dept.. Network Service Center Thermal Power Dept. Sales and Marketing Dept. Engineering Management Dept. Medical Dept.. Plant Siting & Regional Relations Dept. Fuel Dept. Numazu) PCB Solution Center Corporate Systems Dept. Maintenance and Repair Dept.13 - . 東京電力作成 Created by Tokyo Electric Power Company . Kanagawa) Construction Office (Tochigi. Saitama. Corporate Communications Dept. Kashiwazaki-Kariwa): Daiichi Operation Management Dept. Public Relations Dept. Chairman President (Branch Offices and Companies) Branch Office Tochigi Gunma Ibaraki Saitama Chiba Tokyo Tama Kanagawa Yamanashi Numazu Administration Dept. Construction Office Thermal Power Plant Operation & Maintenance Training Center Legal Office Office Service Center Construction Dept.. Environment Dept. Inter-corporate Business Dept. Fukushima Daini Quality Management Dept. Operation Management Dept. Engineering Dept. Kashiwazaki-Kariwa): Daiichi Maintenance Dept. Emergency Planning and Industrial Safety Dept. Research & Development Center Electrical Power Historical Museum Intellectual Property Center Material Engineering Center Internal Audit & Management of Quality & Safety Dept. Thermal Power Station International Affairs Dept. Corporate Planning Dept. Planning Dept.. Fukushima Daini Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Contract Center Administration Dept. Transmission & Substations Construction Center Distribution Dept. (Fukushima Daini): Operation Management Dept. Nuclear Power Information Center New Business Development Dept. Nuclear Power & Plant Siting Division Nuclear Power & Plant Siting Administrative Dept. Employee Relations & Human Resources Dept. Tokyo. Quality and Safety Management Dept. Materials & Procurement Dept. *1 (Fukushima Daiichi. Substation Islands Service Center (Tokyo) Office (set up on islands) Load-dispatching Station Construction Center (Ibaraki. Corporate Marketing & Sales Dept. Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Quality Management Dept. Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Project Survey Office Chikuma-gawa Power Station Office (Matsumoto) Remote Control & Maintenance Office Power Procurement Center Transmission & Distribution Procurement Center Electronic Telecommunications Dept. Construction Engineering Center Construction Office Accounting & Treasury Dept. Chiba.TEPCO Organization Chart Auditors Office of Assistant to Auditors Power Network Division Transmission Dept. Power System Office Inawashiro Matsumoto Shinanogawa Hama-dori Power System Office (Inawashiro) Substation. Nuclear Quality Management Dept. Nuclear Seismic Engineering Center Nuclear Fuel Cycle Dept. Distribution Engineering Center Power System Operation Dept. Central Load Dispatching Office System Load Dispatching Office Load-dispatching Operation & Maintenance Training Center Power Network Control System Engineering Center Thermal Power Plant Engineering Center (Head Office) Executive Vice President Managing Directors Secretary Dept. (*1) Maintenance Dept. Customer Relations Division Attachment II-5 Marketing & Customer Relations Dept. Fuel-related Corporate Regrouping Office Corporate Affairs Dept. Commercial Customer Energy Dept. Washington Office London Office Beijing Office TEPCO Hospital Administration Dept. Transmission Office (Matsumoto. Pricing & Power Contract Dept. Construction Office Futtsu Thermal Power Plant Hitachinaka Thermal Power Plant Kawasaki Thermal Power Plant Hirono Thermal Power Plant Gas Business Company Human Resources Development Center (Fukushima Daiichi. Shinanogawa) Administration Dept. Medical Clinic TEPCO General Training Center Engineering Research & Development Division General Training Division Technical-Engineering Training Division Nuclear Power Plant Management Dept. Substation (Matsumoto). Telecommunications Network Engineering Center Electronic Telecommunications Operation & Maintenance Training Center Overseas Business Dept. *2 (Fukushima Daiichi. Kashiwazaki-Kariwa) Higashidori Nuclear Power Plant Construction Office Research & Development Planning Dept. Nuclear Asset Management Dept. Gunma). Nuclear Quality & Safety Management Dept. Daini Operation Management Dept. Daini Maintenance Dept. Fukushima Daiichi Quality Management Dept. Transmission Office. (*2) Thermal Power Office East West Central Remote Control & Maintenance Office. Nuclear Power Stations Fukushima Daiichi. NOTE: The following organizations belong to TEPCO in addition to those indicated in this chart: [Branches] Switchyards (Saitama.

5-6) (For disasters at Units No. 3-4) Electric Maintenance Group (Units No. Manager (Units No. (5・6号機発災時)Manager (Units No. 5-6) Maintenance Planning GM Person in charge of Operation Management 第二運転管理担当 (Units No. 3-4) 電気機器(3・4号)グループ Control and Instrument Maintenance Group 計測制御(1・2号)グループ (Units No. Manager) 技術班 (班長:技術総括部長) Quality and Safety 品質・安全部 Management Dept. 1-4) 資材班 Procurement(班長:資材GM) Team (Leader: Material Procurement GM) Infrastructure Team (Leader: Administration Dept. (Units No. 第一保全部 (Units No. 5-6) 計測制御グループ Plant Life Management Project Group 高経年化プロジェクトグループ Reactor Project Group 原子炉プロジェクトグループ Maintenance Innovation Group 保全革新グループ Control and Instrument Maintenance Group Fukushima Human Resources 福島原子力人材開発センター Development Center Education Management Group 教育管理グループ Technical & Skill Training Group 技能訓練グループ . 1-4) 班長:第二保全部長 Section Chief: Maintenance Dept. Public Relations 広報部 Dept. 5-6) (5・6号機発災時) No. (Units No. As of March 7. Manager (1~4号機発災時) (Units No. 1-2) Turbine Mechanical Maintenance Group タービン(3・4号)グループ (Units No.TEPCO organization at the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS [At normal times] Site 発電所長 Superintendent Deputy Superintendent (3) 副所長(3人) Staff of 所長付 Superintendent 総務部 Administration Dept. 5-6 ②第二運転評価GM (iii) ③第二保全計画GM(Units No. 第二保全部 (Units No. Article 15 of the abovementioned Act) As of February 1. 1-2) ④発電(1・2)GM 第一運転管理部 Operation Management Dept. ※副班長の○数字は、班長代行順位 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company Attachment II-6 Maintenance Dept. 3-4) Shift supervisor (2) of Operation 第一運転管理(当直長2名) Management (Units No.14 - . 1-4) (For disasters at Units No. 1-4) ②第一保全計画GM (iii) Environmental Facilities GM ③環境施設GM (iv) Plant Operation GM (Units No. 1-2) 電気機器(1・2号)グループ Electric Maintenance Group (Units No. 1-4) (i) Person in charge of Operation Management ①第一運転管理担当 (Units No. 1-2) Control and Instrument Maintenance Group 計測制御(3・4号)グループ (Units No. 5-6) ①第二発電GM (i) Plant Operation GM (Units No. 1-2) Reactor Mechanical Maintenance Group 原子炉(3・4号)グループ (Units No. 3-4) Environmental Facilities Group 環境施設グループ 環境施設プロジェクトグループ Environmental Facilities Project Group Plant Operation Group 発電グループ Work Clearance Control Group 作業管理グループ Operation 当直 Shift Team Plant Operation Assessment 運転評価グループ Group Radiation and Chemistry Control Group 放射線・化学管理グループ 燃料グループ Core and Fuel Group Maintenance Planning Group 保全計画グループ Turbine Mechanical Maintenance タービングループ Reactor Mechanical Maintenance 原子炉グループ Electric Maintenance Group 電気機器グループ ⑤発電(3・4)GM (v) Plant Operation GM (Units No. Manager) 厚生班 (班長:総務部長) Medical Treatment Team (Leader: Employee Relations GM) 医療班 (班長:労務GM) General Affairs Team (Leader: Administration GM) 総務班 (班長:総務GM) 警備 Guard-Guidance Team (Leader: Physical Protection GM) (班長:防護管理GM) 誘導班 Operation 第二運転管理部 Management Dept. 2011 Emergency Response Center (ERC) 緊急時対策本部 Emergency Planning and 防災安全部 Industrial Safety Dept. Deputy Superintendent (3)) (副原子力防災管理者たる Intelligence(班長:技術GM) Team (Section Chief: Plant Engineering GM) 情報班 Communication Team (Section Chief: Local Government Relations GM) 通報班 (班長:行政広報GM) Public Relations Team (Section Chief: Public Relations Dept. 5-6) * GM: Group Manager ※GM:グループマネージャー * Numbers in () for Subsection Chief indicate the order in which each substitutes Section Chief. 5-6) Unitユニット所長 Superintendent (Units No. Manager (Units No. 5-6) ユニット所長 Unit Superintendent (5・6号) (Units No. 本部長 Nuclear Disaster Prevention Manager (Site Superintendent) (原子力防災管理者たる発電所長) Vice Nuclear Disaster Prevention Manager 副本部長 (Unit Superintendent (2). Visitor Service Group Quality Assurance Group 品質保証グループ PR Planning Group 企画広報グループ Regional Relations Group 地域広報グループ 行政広報グループ Local Government Relations Group 報道グループ Group Information Service サービスホールグループ ユニット所長2名及び副所長3名) Members of Headquarters 副原子力防災管理者たる本部員 保安班 (班長:放射線安全GM) Health Physics Team (Section Chief: Radiation Safety GM) 復旧班 Recovery Team 班長:第一保全部長 Section Chief: Maintenance Dept. 5-6) (For disasters at Units (Subsection Chief) Safety Management Group 安全管理グループ 品質管理グループ Quality Control Group Plant Engineering 技術グループ Group Inspector Relations Group 保安検査グループ Computer System Management Group 業務システムグループ Radiation Safety Group 放射線安全グループ Environment Group 環境グループ Plant Operation Group (Units No. 技術総括部 Engineering Management Dept. 5-6) Shift supervisor (1) of Operation Management 第二運転管理(当直長1名) (Units No. 1-4) (For disasters at Units (1~4号機発災時) No. 3-4) 発電(3・4号)グループ Work Clearance Control 作業管理グループ Group 当直 Operation Shift Team 運転評価グループ Plant Operation Assessment Group 放射線・化学管理グループ Radiation and Chemistry Control Group 燃料グループ Core and Fuel Group Maintenance Planning Group 保全計画グループ Turbine Mechanical Maintenance Group タービン(1・2号)グループ (Units No. 3-4) Reactor Mechanical Maintenance Group 原子炉(1・2号)グループ (Units No. 1-4) (ii) Maintenance Planning GM (Units No. 5-6) (ii) Plant Operation Assessment GM (Units No. 1-4) (Subsection Chief) (副班長) Section Chief: Operation 班長:第二運転管理部長 Management Dept. Manager) 広報班 (班長:広報部長) Engineering Team (Section Chief: Engineering Management Dept. 2011 Administration Group 総務グループ Personnel Group 人事グループ 労務グループ Employee Relations Group 会計グループ Accounting Group 資材グループ Material Procurement Group 土木グループ Group Civil Engineering 建築グループ Architectural Group Emergency Planning and Industrial Safety Group 防災安全グループ Physical Protection Group 防護管理グループ [In a First Level Emergency] (after warning of an event specified in Article 10 of the Act on Special Measures concerning Nuclear Emergency Preparedness) [In a Second Level Emergency] (after the occurrence of a situation specified in Section 1. 1-4) (1~4号) Maintenance Dept. 1-2) Operation 発電班 Team (副班長) Section Chief: Operation 班長:第一運転管理部長 Management Dept. 1-4) 発電(1・2号)グループ Plant Operation Group (Units No.

1-4) (1~4号) Operation Management Dept. 5-6) Shift 当直長 supervisor (1名) (1) 当直副長 shift supervisor (1名) (1) Assistant Senior 当直主任 operator (2名) (2) 当直副主任 senior operator (1名) (1) Assistant 主機操作員 equipment shift equipment shift 補機操作員 operator operator (2名) (4名) (2) (4) Main Auxiliary Attachment II-7 *1 One dedicated senior operator and main equipment shift operator are assigned to each plant. 第二運転管理部長 Manager (Units No. 3-4) Shift 当直長 supervisor (1名) (1) 当直副長 shift supervisor (1名) (1) Assistant Senior 当直主任 operator (2名) (2) 当直副主任 senior operator (1名) (1) Assistant 主機操作員 equipment shift equipment shift 補機操作員 operator operator (2名) (4名) (2) (4) Main Auxiliary (In charge of Units No. 第一運転管理部長 Manager (Units No. (5・6号機担当) 5-6) ユニット所長 Unit Superintendent (Units No. 5-6) (5・6号) Operation Management Dept.15 - . 1-2) Site 発電所長 Superintendent ユニット所長 Unit Superintendent (Units No. 1-4) Shift 当直長 supervisor (1名) (1) Assistant 当直副長 shift supervisor (1名) (1) Senior 当直主任 operator (2名) (2) Assistant 当直副主任 senior operator (1名) (1) Main 主機操作員 equipment shift equipment shift 補機操作員 operator operator (2名) (4名) (2) (4) Auxiliary (In charge of Units (3・4号機担当)No. ※1 当直主任、主機操作員はそれぞれ1プラント1名の専任配置としている。 *2 The number of operation shift team members may change depending on the circumstances ※2 プラントの状態に応じ、当直の人数は増減がありうる。 at the relevant plant.Shift arrangements at the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS (In charge of Units (1・2号機担当)No.1” (November 2010) by Tokyo Electric Power Company . Based on the “Third Report on Regular Safety Review of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station Unit No.

16 - .” May 2002 .High pressure coolant injection system (HPCI) Main turbine To suppression pool Isolation condenser (IC) Feed water pumps (3) Condensate pumps (3) Condenser Circulating water pumps (2) Sea Heat exchanger Heat exchanger Shut down cooling system (SHC) Condensate storage tank Boric acid solution storage tank Make up water condensates (MUWC) (2) Heat exchanger of the containment cooling system Standby liquid control system (SLC) Containment cooling system (CCS) B train Core spray system (CS) B train Control rod drives (CRD) (2) Heat exchanger of the containment cooling system Containment cooling system (CCS) A train Core spray system (CS) A train Attachment II-8 Reactor system configuration at Unit 1 of the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS Source: Tokyo Electric Power Company. “Report on Accident Management Preparation at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station.

17 - .Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System (RCIC) 原子炉隔離時冷却系(RCIC) Main turbine 主タービン Feedwater pumps 給水ポンプ Feedwater pumps (turbine-driven. “Report on Accident Management Preparation at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station. 2) (タービン駆動 2 台) (3) Condenser 復水器 High pressure coolant injection 高圧注水系 system (HPCI) (HPCI) To suppression サプレッション pool プールへ High pressure condensate 高圧復水ポンプ(3 台)pumps (3) Circulating 循環水ポンプ water pumps (3 台) (3) (電動 2 台) (Motor-driven.” May 2002 . 2) Low pressure condensate pumps台) 低圧復水ポンプ(3 (3) To suppression サプレッション pool プールへ 海 Sea Boric acid solution storage tank ほう酸水貯蔵タンク Condensate storage tank 復水貯蔵タンク Control rod drives (CRD) 制御棒駆動水圧系(CRD)(2 台) (2) Heat exchanger for the residual heat removal system 熱 交 換 器 残 留 熱 除 去 系 Heat exchanger for the residual heat removal system Standby liquid control system ほう酸水注入系(SLC) (SLC) Residual heat removal system (RHR) A train 熱 交 換 器 Make up 復水補給水系(MUWC)(2 台) water condensates (MUWC) (2) 残 留 熱 除 去 系 Core spray system (CS) 炉心スプレイ(CS)B 系 B train Residual heat removal system (RHR) 残留熱除去系(RHR)B 系 B train Core spray system (CS) 炉心スプレイ(CS)A 系 A train Reactor system configuration at Units 2 to 5 of the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS Source: Tokyo Electric Power Company.

Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System (RCIC) 原子炉隔離時冷却系(RCIC) Main turbine 主タービン To suppression サプレッション High pressure core 高圧炉心スプレイ系 pool プールへ spray system (HPCS) (HPCS) Condenser 復水器 Feedwater pumps 給水ポンプ (turbine-driven (2)) (タービン駆動2台) Low pressure High pressure condensate 高圧復水ポンプ低圧復水ポンプ condensate pumps (3) pumps (3) (3台) (3台) Low pressure 循環水ポンプ condensate (3台) (3) pumps (Motor-driven (2)) (電動 2 台) 海 Sea Condensate 復水貯蔵タンク storage tank Boric acid solution storage tank ほう酸水貯蔵タンク Control rod drives (CRD) 制御棒駆動水圧系(CRD) (2) (2台) Low pressure core spray system (LPCS) 低圧炉心スプレイ系(LPCS) Standby liquid control system ほう酸水注入系(SLC) (SLC) Residual heat removal system (RHR) C train 残留熱除去系(RHR)C系 復水補給水系(MUWC) Make up water condensates (MUWC) (3台) (3) Heat exchanger for the residual heat removal system 残留熱除去系熱交換器 Residual heat removal system (RHR) B train 残留熱除去系(RHR)B系 Heat exchanger for the residual heat 残留熱除去系熱交換器 removal system Residual heat removal system (RHR) A train 残留熱除去系(RHR)A系 Reactor system configuration at Unit 6 of the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS Source: Tokyo Electric Power Company.” May 2002 44 . “Report on Accident Management Preparation at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station.18 - .

December 1.053 323 11. 2011) Based on the document (as of December 1.605 7 24 4 1 1 221 29 241 90 707 132 38 42 20 4 2 251 132 3 2 1 22 783 3.973 13.918 67.665 9.148 27.184 78.547 5.683 615.663 15 135 1.451 Complete collapse Property damage (number of buildings) Inundated Inundated Partial Total burn Partial burn Swept out above floor below floor collapse down down level level 4 329 545 853 4.412 Overview of damage caused by the Tohoku District .203 265 37 18.840 3.551 100.760 10.492 257 162.  Personnel damage (number of persons) Prefecture Killed 1 3 4.465 295 195 33 660 24 7 311 20.409 1.042 7 193 9.237 405 9 4 1.432 80 57.277 48.609 722 3 62 339 133.291 190.688 198.761 7.800 34.971 3 Nondwelling houses 469 1. National Police Agency of Japan .009 Partial damage 7 121 7.913 Missing Injured 3 61 188 4.504 1 1.951 121.19 - .247 2. 2011) by the Emergency Disaster Countermeasures Headquarters.194 4.154 1.071 20 12.850 11 23.221 38 1 15 1 153 1 720 77 3 31 1.013 12 2 1.604 16.off the Pacific Ocean Earthquake and the ensuing tsunami (according to the latest information as of 16:00.819 3 Hokkaido Aomori Iwate Miyagi Akita Yamagata Fukushima Tokyo Ibaraki Tochigi Gunma Saitama Chiba Kanagawa Niigata Yamanashi Nagano Shizuoka Mie Tokushima Kochi Attachment II-9 4 1 2 2 1 2 7 4 9 9 8 281 Total 15.

8 2 A tsunami water level of 9. Date Time Hypocenter March 11 14:46 14:49 14:50 14:51 14:54 14:55 14:58 (14:--)* 15:05 15:06 15:11 15:12 15:14 15:15 15:25 15:29 15:31 15:38 15:40 15:44 15:46 15:48 15:49 15:51 15:57 15:59 16:04 16:10 16:14 16:16 16:22 16:25 16:29 16:34 16:36 Off the coast of Sanriku Magnitude 9.3 5. magnitude. Fukushima Prefecture.4 6. (Fukushima Prefecture) "The estimated arrival time of the tsunami" was announced as "15:10 with a projected height of 3 me Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture 6.4 6. tsunami. Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture 7.2 5.0 3 2 2 2 3 3 1 2 Intensity 5 lower 2 1 Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Sanriku Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture .9 6. etc. (Announced by the Japan Meteorological Agency on April 13.5 6.7 5.1 4 3 2 4 Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Northen Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture The announcement was made that "a tsunami arrived at the estimated arrival time with a projected height of 6 meters.5 6.0 Seismic intensity (Futabamachi.Attachment II-10 Earthquake and tsunami data from the Japan Meteorological Agency Information on hypocenter." (Fukushima Prefecture).1 6.7 7.6 6.5 5.4 2 2 2 2 2 Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture 5.8 5. Fukushima Prefecture.4 4 4 3 4 Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture 1.8 5." (Fukushima Prefecture) Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture 5. Fukushima) Intensity 6 upper "Major tsunami warnings" were issued.7 5.2 m backwash was observed in Soma point. Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture 5.6 5.20 - . seismic intensity.4 5.8 6.4 4.8 6.7 5.0 6.3 m or higher was observed in Soma point.) Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture 6.8 4 3 2 Off the coast of Sanriku Off the coast of Sanriku The announcement was made that "a tsunami arrived at the estimated arrival time with a projected height of 10 meters.

8 5.0 4.5 5.3 4.2 5.6 6.0 6.7 5.3 4.7 5.5 4.21 - . tsunami.8 5.9 5.4 5.2 6.6 5.4 5.9 4.9 5.2 6.5 5.8 5.5 5.0 4.4 4.7 5.1 6.Information on hypocenter.0 5. seismic intensity.8 5.8 5.4 Seismic intensity (Futabamachi.7 5.5 5. Fukushima) 1 3 3 3 3 4 2 4 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 2 1 3 2 1 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 1 1 Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Sanriku Off the coast of Sanriku Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Southern Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture .7 4.3 5. Date Time Hypocenter March 11 16:40 16:54 17:05 17:12 17:19 17:31 17:35 17:40 17:47 17:54 18:04 18:15 18:19 18:27 18:34 18:37 18:42 18:47 18:52 18:55 18:57 18:59 19:10 19:13 19:21 19:35 19:39 19:46 20:00 20:07 20:13 20:17 20:20 20:31 20:36 20:39 20:46 20:56 20:57 Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Magnitude 5. magnitude. etc.8 5.4 5.7 5.8 6.

2 6.3 5.1 5.0 4.6 4.2 4.Information on hypocenter.2 4.0 5.1 4.7 4.5 4.9 4.4 6.1 5.0 6.9 5.4 6.7 5. seismic intensity.9 5.2 5.8 5. magnitude. Fukushima) 3 2 3 1 2 3 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 1 Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Sanriku Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Northern Gunma Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Northern Nagano Prefecture Off the coast of Sanriku Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Northern Nagano Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the east coast of Chiba Prefecture Northern Nagano Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Akita Prefecture .3 5.9 5.2 4. tsunami.22 - .5 5.2 5.0 5. etc.7 4.7 6.9 5.4 Seismic intensity (Futabamachi.7 5.4 5.3 5.1 5.6 5. Date Time Hypocenter March 11 21:13 21:15 21:21 21:33 21:49 21:55 22:17 22:33 22:34 22:47 22:56 23:00 23:10 23:44 23:54 12-Mar 0:06 0:13 0:15 0:19 0:24 0:26 0:32 0:42 0:51 1:49 1:57 2:30 2:56 3:11 3:44 3:59 4:02 4:08 4:09 4:16 4:24 4:31 4:45 4:46 Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Magnitude 6.3 5.5 5.3 6.

8 4.2 4.4 6.6 5.0 5. Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Sanriku Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Northen Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture "Major tsunami warnings" were changed to "tsunami warnings." (Fukushima Prefecture) Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture 4.2 6.2 4.5 4.9 6.5 5.7 4.9 5.7 5. etc. seismic intensity.23 - . Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Hamadori.9 4.0 2 4 1 1 1 2 3 2 1 3 Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture "Tsunami warnings" were changed to "tsunami advisories.Information on hypocenter.8 Seismic intensity (Futabamachi.7 5. Date Time Hypocenter 12-Mar 5:11 5:25 5:34 6:34 8:11 8:54 8:59 9:25 10:04 10:12 10:13 10:35 10:46 10:47 11:34 11:52 12:12 13:06 14:14 14:45 15:18 15:44 16:36 19:53 20:20 21:54 22:15 22:24 23:14 23:33 23:43 13-Mar 3:09 5:41 6:58 7:13 7:30 7:59 8:24 8:41 Off the coast of Sanriku Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Magnitude 6.0 5.0 4.2 5.3 5.8 5.2 5.3 4.8 5.6 5.2 2 4 1 Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture . tsunami.5 4.8 5.8 4.4 6.9 4. Fukushima) 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 1 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 Hamadori.7 5.9 4.5 4.4 4. magnitude." (Fukushima Prefecture) Off the coast of Sanriku Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture 5.8 4.

7 6.6 4.6 4.6 5.7 Seismic intensity (Futabamachi.5 4.3 5. (Fukushima Prefecture) Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the east coast of Chiba Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture 6.4 4.4 5.3 6.2 5.9 4.8 4. tsunami.2 6.6 5.3 4. magnitude. Fukushima) 1 2 3 "Tsunami advisories" were cancelled. Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the east coast of Chiba Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Southern Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Hamadori.0 4.Information on hypocenter. etc.0 4.4 4.4 5.3 5.5 6.1 5. Date Time Hypocenter 13-Mar 9:41 10:26 14:59 17:58 20:37 21:44 14-Mar 2:04 2:55 4:27 8:41 10:02 13:45 15:12 15:18 15:52 16:25 18:07 March 15 3:35 3:41 4:28 16:03 16:48 18:50 20:06 22:27 22:31 22:37 March 16 5:53 12:23 12:52 13:14 15:29 18:15 20:45 22:39 22:54 23:46 March 17 3:56 4:00 Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Magnitude 4. seismic intensity.6 4.6 5.5 3 2 1 2 1 2 3 2 3 3 3 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 4 2 2 1 2 3 4 2 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Northen Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Eastern Shizuoka Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Hamadori.4 5.3 4.7 6. Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture .8 4.7 4.2 4.2 4.6 6.7 4.24 - .2 6.5 5.2 4.

7 4.5 5.7 5.1 4. Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Southern Ibaraki Prefecture .5 4.9 5.0 5.4 6.5 5.9 6.4 5. Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Sanriku Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Hamadori.1 5.9 5.Information on hypocenter.7 4.1 4.2 4.6 5.3 6. Fukushima) 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 3 2 3 2 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 4 3 3 2 1 4 3 3 1 2 2 1 Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the east coast of Chiba Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Northen Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Hamadori. etc.5 4.1 4.3 6. magnitude. Fukushima Prefecture Hamadori.25 - .5 5. Fukushima Prefecture Hamadori.2 4.4 5.7 5.1 5. Fukushima Prefecture Hamadori. tsunami.7 5.6 5.7 4.5 5.9 4.6 4. Date Time Hypocenter March 17 13:13 17:25 20:48 21:35 21:54 March 18 3:38 3:55 6:18 11:48 17:01 March 19 4:53 8:32 8:49 18:56 20-Mar 5:48 10:30 20-Mar 14:19 14:55 21:03 21-Mar 4:54 4:59 5:05 8:43 14:08 22-Mar 6:24 16:18 17:33 18:19 18:44 21:04 22:51 23-Mar 0:03 7:12 7:34 7:36 7:53 18:55 19:43 24-Mar 8:56 Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Magnitude 5. seismic intensity.8 5.4 4. Fukushima Prefecture Hamadori.8 Seismic intensity (Futabamachi.4 5.1 5.9 5.7 6.

8 5. etc. Fukushima Prefecture  Earthquake with observed intensity 4 at Futabamachi.1 Seismic intensity (Futabamachi.Information on hypocenter.5 4.3 6. Fukushima) 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 4 3 3 2 2 2 Off the coast of Iwate Prefecture Northen Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture Off the coast of Ibaraki Prefecture Off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture 16:15 Based on the information on earthquakes. magnitude. seismic intensity.7 6. tsunami. .26 - .2 4. Date Time Hypocenter 24-Mar 25-Mar 17:20 2:08 3:16 4:44 26-Mar 27-Mar 19:18 1:07 20:08 28-Mar 6:11 7:23 29-Mar 16:04 19:54 30-Mar 22:00 22:19 31-Mar Explanatory note)  Earthquake with observed intensity 6 at Futabamachi.0 6.3 4.6 5.2 4.5 4. Fukushima Prefecture  Earthquake with observed intensity 5 at Futabamachi. Fukushima Prefecture  Tsunami information and tsunami warnings/advisories Magnitude 6.4 4.7 4. tsunamis and tsunami warnings/advisories * The starting time of the first waves of the tsunami was unidentified from the tidal data due to changes in tidal level caused by quakes and other factors.1 5.

5 m) Point F: O. approx. +11 m or higher (Inundation depth over 6 m) Point E: O.5 m (Inundation depth approx.P.P. approx. approx. +13-14 m Point D: O. approx.P.P. 1 m) Point H: O. 4-5 m) (Inundation depth approx. approx. +15-16 m Unit 1turbine building Unit 6 turbine building Unit 5 turbine building Unit 1 Unit 2 turbine building Unit 3 turbine building Unit 4 turbine building Photographed from this direction Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 6 Unit 5 Point 5: O.P.5 m (Inundation depth approx.5 m (Inundation depth approx. +12-13 m Explanatory note: Inundation height (inundation depth shown in parentheses) Run-up height Attachment II-11 Flooded area (dashed lines indicate estimated areas) Ground deformation caused by quakes is not reflected in inundation height or run-up height.P.5 m) Point A: O. 4-5 m) Point J: O.P.5 m) Point 9-1: O.5 m) Point 6: O.P. approx. 1. +16-17 m (Inundation depth approx. approx.5 m (Inundation depth approx. approx. 2-3 m) Point 7: O.P. +12-13 m (Inundation depth approx.P.P. 1 m) Point 2: O.P. +14. +17-18 m Point 10: O.P. approx. approx. 4-5 m) Photographed by Tokyo Electric Power Company 15:43. water depth and flooded area) Based on “The impact of Tohoku-Chihou Taiheiyo-Oki Earthquake to Nuclear Reactor Facilities at Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station” (September 2011) by Tokyo Electric Power Company . +14-15 m (Inundation depth approx.P. 1.P. 2011 Point 8: O. +14-15 m (Inundation depth approx. +10 m or higher (Inundation depth over 0 m) Point B: O. +13.P. +15. approx. +13-14 m (Inundation depth approx. +14-15 m Point I: O.5 m) Point 4: O. +14-15 m (Inundation depth approx. +14-15 m (Inundation depth approx.5 m (Inundation depth approx. approx.P. 0. approx. 5. +14-15 m Point 9-2: O. +13.Point 3: O.5 m Point C: O. +12 m or higher (Inundation depth over 2 m) Point G: O.P. approx. Investigation results concerning the flooding of the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS by the tsunami (level of inundation.P. approx.27 - . March 11. approx.P. 0. 4-5 m) Point K: O. approx.P. approx. approx.5-14. +11. approx.P. +13. 6-7 m) Point 1: O.

Unit 1 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . R/B. T/B. The radiation dose measurements were conducted for thirty-three days. etc. In addition.Attachment: II-12 Radiation dose in R/B. and the location of facilities housed therein This document describes the latest dose information provided by Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) while being based on the “Survey Map” which TEPCO created in order to organize past dose data for the purpose of radiation control. Cartridge cooling pond North Unit 1 D/S pool - - East - Unit for numbers in the document -Dose: mSv/h Fifth floor. the document indicates the main facilities inside each building. The numbers in the figures indicate the radiation doses (mSv/h) measured West at the respective spots. Unit 1 Standby liquid control system Emergency condenser The parts colored in pale-blue in the documents on Units 1 to 4 indicate the areas considered to have been under water based on the level of residual water inside buildings as of October 4.. from July 22 to October 1. R/B. Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (A) Fourth floor.28 - . The colors circling the numbers correspond to the measurement dates listed in the margins of the figures.

2011 1. 2011 July 26. Unit 1 Reactor water clean-up system PLR-MG Set Component cooling water system Second floor. 2011 July 31.0 Rubble 15 Third floor.29 - .5 6.5 12 15 8 6.2 Cartridge cooling pond cooling and filtering system 1.2 2.5 25 10 13 8. R/B. R/B.4 2. 2011 August 2.2 2.0 5. Unit 1 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . 2011 August 11.0 10 8 8 100 s July 25.23 13 PLR-MG Set 74 17 Puddle of water 200-300 Under stairs 654 11 35 9 6.0 2.7 4.

90 0.5 7 8 7 9 10 10 7 5 6.0 7. 2011 September 19-20. R/B.5-8. Unit 1 North West East South Basement mezzanine floor.85 0. 2011 Above the first step:9 Above the grating:45 In front of the second step:50 Above the second step:60 Test tap 14A:70 MO-001A:90-100 Reactor shutdown cooling system 0.7 6 6 10 14 Safety relief valve (Equipment inside the containment vessel ) 1.6 12 13 10 Control rod drive hydraulic system Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (B) Drywell humidity control system First floor.23 0. 2011 August 11. 2011 September 10. 2011 10 12 13 4 5 Control rod drive hydraulic system 1200 Upper part 1700 5.45 0. R/B.75 2.25 0. 2011 July 27.5 2.39 0.July 23.1 1.5 1.0 September 30.3 4.6 1.0 7.75 0.30 - Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . 2011 August 2. Unit 1 .65 0.20 0.33 0.36 0.

20 1.065 20 0.13 0.07 0.15 0.03 0.12 0. 2011 September 20.2 0.4 0.15-0.04 0.06 August 2. .2-0.075 0.07-0. 2011 0.1 0. 2011 September 27.1 0.13 1. 2011 September 5.25 0.19 08 08 0 2 12 .15 0.045 0.2 0.05 0.025-0.12 -0.15 September 9. 2011 2000 >5000 Main control room Main control room Stand-by gas treatment system Second floor.045 0 1 0 2 0. 2011 September 21.25 0.07 0.1 0.Core spray system (A) Containment spray cooling system (A) North West East South High pressure coolant injection system Containment spray cooling system (B) Control rod drive hydraulic system Core spray system (B) Basement floor.06 0.15 0.11 0.06 0.0 55-120 300-900 0. Unit 1 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . C/B Second floor.2 0 1 3 .7 0.0 0. 2011 September 19.10 .045 Trash surface 400 0.35 Cask surface 0.45 0.06 August 25. Unit 1 0 0 0. R/B.08 0.0 0. 0.04 0.10 0.2 0.10 1. 2011 September 30.1 0. R/B.065 Hydrant (HB-18) 0. 0.045 0. - Rail of the overhead travelling crane 0. R/B Second basement floor. . 2011 0.7 Trash surface 0.1 0.15 0.06 .1 15 0.06 0.31 - . 0.

Unit 1 September 13.5 1.1 1.2 0. 2011 August 3.15 0. 2011 September 27.04 0.15 0. 2011 September 19.25 -0.15 0. T/B Unit 1 .80 0.1 Hydrant (HB-11) M/C 1C M/C 1D Emergency power source system in the plant 0.25 0.5 (stair landing) 16 Make up water/ pure water condensate Fire protection system Condenser Diesel generator (A) Feedwater system Instrument compressed air system Condensate water system Emergency power source system in the plant P/C 1C P/C 1D DC power source system 125V DC(A) 125V DC(B) First basement floor.55 0.1 2.4 0.9 Feedwater heater (1A) July 27.5 0. 2011 First floor.25 0.5 0.07 1. 2011 September 30.04 P/C 1A 0. C/B First basement floor.06 0. 2011 August 25.32 - Based on documents and data created by TEPCO .6 0.50 M/C 1B Hose surface 6.07 0.18 0.6 250 1.0 0.005 M/C 1A 0.04 1.1 0.13 0. T/B.5 0.40 P/C 1B 0.9 Ground 5.0 0.35 0.7 0.0 0. 2011 Hydrant (HB-9) October 1.4 0.9 0.1 0.4 1.0.05 0. 2011 P/C 1S Diesel generator (B) 5. 2011 M/C 1S September 26.1 0. 2011 Regular power source system in the plant 0.30 0.9 September 21.5 0.2 0.7 0.18 0.

Unit 2 D/S pool Cartridge cooling pond Fifth floor.33 - . Unit 2 Standby liquid control system PLR-MG set Fourth floor. Unit 2 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . R/B. R/B.

Unit 2 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (B) Cartridge cooling pond cooling and filtering system DHC cold water pump Drywell humidity control system Third floor. Unit 2 Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (A) Reactor water clean-up system Second floor.34 - . R/B. R/B.

2011 First floor. *Refer to Attachment II-4 for the location of the M/C 2SA building.Stair landing 30 Wall 15 20 25 25 25 Common auxiliary facilities Shared pool building Diesel generator (B) First floor Emergency power source system in the plant Control rod drive hydraulic system M/C 2E P/C 2E 25 DC power source system 125V DC (2D/G B) First basement floor 地下1階 M/C 2SA建屋 M/C 2SA building Safety relief valve (Equipment inside the containment vessel ) Emergency power source system in the plant M/C 2SA 1階 First floor *Refer to Attachments II-3 and II-4 for the location of common auxiliary facilities (shared pool building).35 - . Unit 2 Control rod drive hydraulic system Basement mezzanine floor. Control rod drive hydraulic system September 15. R/B. R/B. Unit 2 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .

Unit 2 Hydrant (HB-18) Hydrant (HB-20) 2.03 August 17.15 Second floor. R/B.Residual heat removal system (A) Core spray system (A) Reactor core isolation cooling system High pressure coolant injection system Residual heat removal system (B) Core spray system (B) First basement floor.5 0.04 0.04 0.05 0. T/B. Unit 2 Second floor. 2011 0. C/B Main control room Main control room ventilating and air conditioning system Stand-by gas treatment system Second floor. R/B Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .36 - .13 Hydrant (HB-17) 0.

T/B.0 1.12 0.0 2.5 6. 2011 September 3.5 0. T/B.7 7.6 0.75 First floor.1 September 1.5 1.1 1. 2011 August 17. C/B 0.0 0.8 30 5.6 1.5 September 8.3 0. 2011 2.7 1.2 0.3 Emergency power source system in the plant Regular power source system in the plant P/C 2A P/C 2B 2.2 3.0 0.7 1.5 0.5 3.4 100 12 85 0.5 3.5 0.0 P/C 2C P/C 2D 2.0 2.4 5.37 - . Unit 2 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .8 7.8 First floor.2 0.5 1.0 0.5 1. 2011 2.2 0. Unit 2 Fire protection system Diesel generator (A) M/C 2C P/C 2SB Emergency power source system in the plant M/C 2A M/C 2B M/C 2SB Regular power source system in the plant P/C 2A-1 M/C 2D Condenser Condensate water system Make up water / pure water condensate DC power source system First basement.July 27.5 0. C/B 125V DC(A) 125V DC(B) 250V DC Condensate water system First basement floor.9 Instrument compressed air system 0. 2011 1. 2011 September 21.0 0.

Unit 3 D/S pool Cartridge cooling pond Fifth floor. R/B. Unit 3 Standby liquid control system PLR-MG set Fourth floor.38 - . Unit 3 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . R/B.

39 - . Unit 3 98 98 July 26. 2011 Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (A) 75 52 90 54 Near the valve 45 Upper edge of operational stairs 50 32 50 70 Floor 60 45 48 Reactor water clean-up system Near the valve handle 170 Shield box 280 Second floor. R/B. R/B.Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (B) Cartridge cooling pond cooling and filtering system Drywell humidity control system Third floor. 2011 July 27. Unit 3 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .

Unit 3 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . Unit 3 Control rod drive hydraulic system Basement mezzanine floor. R/B. 2011 September 9. 2011 Room A 20 22 27 28 30 37 50 190 41 140 Near the valve 37 78 53 38 Control rod drive hydraulic system 38 July 27. R/B.52 27 34 July 23. upper and lower bars 80-90 Control rod drive hydraulic system Room B First floor. 2011 September 24. 2011 43 78 Safety relief valve 96 (Equipment inside the containment vessel ) 142 Measurement equipment rack.40 - .

R/B.Residual heat removal system (A) Core spray system (A) Reactor core isolation cooling system High pressure coolant injection system Residual heat removal system (B) Core spray system (B) First basement floor.41 - . C/B Second floor. R/B Second floor. Unit 3 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . T/B. Unit 3 Hydrant (HB-19) Main control room ventilating and air conditioning system Main control room Stand-by gas treatment system Second floor.

4 8. Fire protection system Diesel generator (A) Regular power source system in the plant M/C 3C M/C 3D M/C 3SB P/C 3SB M/C 3B P/C 3C P/C 3A P/C 3D P/C 3B Condenser Make up water/ pure water condensate Emergency power source system in the plant P/C 3SA M/C 3SA Diesel generator (B) Feed water system First basement floor. Unit 3 The basement mezzanine floor.0 Surface of the transfer pipe Max 80 Instrument compressed air system 1. Unit 3 is located above the area in the green dashed line. Unit 3 .7 0.5 0.4 5.0 10 1.9 0.42 - First basement.2 Surface of the transfer pipe Max 60 First floor.4 1.4 1.3 0.July 22.5 0.4 0.5 0. 2011 September 15. 2011 4. T/B.8 0.18 3. T/B. T/B.35 1.3 1.5 0.5 Surface of the transfer pipe Max 80 2.7 Hydrant (HB-14) 30 0. C/B Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company M/C 3A Condensate water system .8 6.0 0.

This basement mezzanine floor is located above the area in the green dashed line on the first basement floor. 125V DC(A) 250V DC DC power source system 125V DC(B) Basement mezzanine floor.43 - . Unit 3. T/B. Unit 3 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . C/B Basement mezzanine floor. T/B.

4 0.5 0. 2011 September 30.3 0. Unit 4 Standby liquid control system PLR-MG set July 25.4 0.Unit 4 0.07 0. Unit 4 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .6 2.5 0.35 0. 2011 0.45 0.4 0. 2011 0.4 0.4 0. R/B.1 July 29.1 Fourth floor. 2011 0.44 - .45 0.05 0.05 0.0 0.7 0. 2011 September 19. 2011 0.25 0.2 0.3 August 9.55 0.2 0. R/B.1 0.4 0.3 0. 2011 July 26.35 0.25 August 26.3 0.1 July 31.5 0. 2011 0.5 0.06 0.3 Cartridge cooling pond August 2. 2011 September 20.25 0.4 0.3 Fifth floor.2 0.5 0.45 0.4 1.5 0.4 0. 2011 0.

45 - .05 0.04 Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (B) Third floor. R/B. R/B. Unit 4 Drywell humidity control system July 28.July 28. 2011 Reactor water clean-up system 0. 2011 Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (A) Cartridge cooling pond cooling and filtering system 0.03 0. Unit 4 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .04 Second floor.

2 0.1 0. 2011 September 21.55 0.3 0. 2011 0.02 Control rod drive hydraulic system 2. R/B.1 0.04 0.15 0.035 0. 2011 Common auxiliary facilities Shared pool building 0.07 0.025 0.02 First floor 0.035 0.02 0.025 0.1 0. 2011 July 29.46 - . Unit 4 July 26.5 0.025 0.15 0. Unit 4 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .July 23.05 0.2 0. R/B.03 *Refer to Attachments II-3 and II-4 for the location of common auxiliary facilities (shared pool building).2 0. Control rod drive hydraulic system Room B First floor.025 Emergency power source system in the plant M/C 4E P/C 4E Safety relief valve (Equipment inside the containment vessel ) DC power source system 125V DC (4D/G B) First basement floor 0.1 Control rod drive hydraulic system Basement mezzanine floor.30 0.06 0.04 Diesel generator (B) Room A 0.25 0. 2011 August 3. 2011 July 28.

50 Stand-by gas treatment system0.05 Second floor.15 0. R/B Second floor.Residual heat removal system (A) Core spray system (A) Reactor core isolation cooling system High pressure coolant injection system Residual heat removal system (B) Core spray system (B) First basement floor.50 0. Unit 4 August 27. T/B. Unit 4 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .10 0.47 - .10 Second floor. 2011 0.50 0.15 0.10 0. R/B. C/B Main control room 0.10 0.50 Main control room ventilating and air conditioning system 0.

5 First floor. C/B DC power source system 250V DC 125V DC(B) 125V DC(A) Feed water system First basement floor.20 July 27. 2011 P/C 4A July 31. T/B. 2011 August 27. T/B.5 2. Unit 4 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . C/B 2.20 P/C 4C P/C 4D Emergency power source system in the plant 0. 2011 P/C 4B Regular power source system in the plant Instrument compressed air system First floor.0.48 - .80 0. Unit 4 Diesel generator (A) M/C 4C Emergency power source system in the plant Regular power source system in the plant Condenser M/C 4A M/C 4B M/C 4D Feed water system Make up water/ pure water condensate First basement.

01 0.0012 Fourth floor.04 0. R/B.035 0. 2011 D/S pool 0.01 0.02 0.075 0.065 -0.008 Cartridge cooling pond 0. 2011 Standby liquid control system PLR-MG set 0.025 0.05-0. Unit 5 July 22. Unit 5 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .015 0. 0.49 - .075 0.Unit 5 September 26.009 0.002 0.01 0.01 0.015 Fifth floor.003 0.03 0.0015 <0. R/B.013 0.045-0.002 0.001 0.001 0.075 0.015 The parts colored in pale-blue in the document indicate the areas where workers of Tokyo Electric Power Company confirmed residual water puddles from August 18 to 30.05 0.015 0.008 0.

50 - .July 22. 2011 Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (A) 0. 2011 <0.02 Third floor.0013 Reactor water clean-up system Stand-by gas treatment system 0.001 September 29.4 0. Unit 5 July 22.06 0. R/B. Unit 5 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .8 0. 2011 Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (B) Cartridge cooling pond cooling and filtering system 0. R/B.0013 Drywell humidity control system 0.0017 Second floor.

R/B.045 0. 2011 Room A Control rod drive hydraulic system 0.011 0.012 0.July 22.0024 Rm.1 0. Unit 5 Control rod drive hydraulic system Basement mezzanine floor.009 0. B 0.02 0.0035 0.11 0. R/B.06 0.18 Safety relief valve (Equipment inside the containment vessel ) 0.003 0.0010 Control rod drive hydraulic system First floor.011 0.03 0.11-0.0015 0.005 0. 2011 September 27.006 0.007 0.1 0.002 0. Unit 5 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .0005 0.003 0.003 0.51 - .07 0.

Unit 5 July 22. 2011 <0. Unit 5 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . T/B.Residual heat removal system (A) Core spray system (A) Reactor core isolation cooling system High pressure coolant injection system Residual heat removal system (B) Core spray system (B) First basement floor.001 <0.52 - P/C 5B-1 P/C 5A-1 . R/B.00 Generator Unit 6 main control room Unit 5 main control room Main control room ventilating and air conditioning system for Units 5 and 6 C/B Regular power source system in the plant Second floor.

2011 Instrument compressed air system <0. T/B.001 <0. 2011 September 21.July 22.001 First floor. 2011 The basement mezzanine floor. Diesel generator (B) Diesel generator (A) 0.001 P/C 5SA P/C 5B M/C 5SA-1 M/C 5SA-2 M/C 5SB-2 M/C 5SB-1 M/C 5A M/C 5B Make up water / pure water condensate P/C 5SB P/C 5A Feedwater system Emergency power source system in the plant Regular power source system in the plant First basement.8 <0.001 P/C 5SA-1 0.5 M/C 5C M/C 5D Fire protection system Condensate system 0. T/B. Unit 5 July 22. C/B First basement floor.9 0. T/B.53 - .6 P/C 5C P/C 5D Condenser <0. Unit 5 is located above this purple area. Unit5 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .

54 - .125V DC(B) Unit 6 DC power source system 250V DC 125V DC(A) Unit 5 DC power source system 125V DC(A) 250V DC 125V DC(B) Basement mezzanine floor.The Unit 6 DC power source system is also installed on this floor. T/B.This basement mezzanine floor is located above the purple area on the first basement floor. Unit 5. Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . . T/B. Unit 5 .

065 0.0 0.009 Sixth floor.0035 0.011 0. R/B.0045 0. Unit 6 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .15 0.6 1.0012 July 22.005 0. 2011 September 27.40 0.045 0. R/B.0013 0.0012 July 22.005 0.55 - .09 0.01 0.012 0.018 0.009 0.03 Cartridge cooling pond 0. 2011 0.007 0. 2011 0. 2011 September 30.013 0.25 0. Unit 6 0.07 0.19 0.0045 0.0075 D/S pool 0.013 0.040 Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (A) Standby liquid control system Fifth floor.0045 0.Unit 6 0.006 0.009 0.

2011 Stand-by gas treatment system Annex of the reactor building 0. Unit 6 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .0035 Control rod drive hydraulic system Safety relief valve (Equipment inside the containment vessel ) Control rod drive hydraulic system 0.0.0025 July 22. R/B. 2011 Cartridge cooling pond cooling and filtering system Fourth floor.0035 Flammable atmospheric dilution operating system (B) Third floor. Unit 6 July 22.56 - . R/B.

Unit 6 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .015 0.57 - . R/B. 2011 Drywell humidity control system Annex of the reactor building <0.001 Reactor water clean-up system 0. Unit 6 Emergency power source system in the plant M/C HPCS 125V DC (HPCS) July 22.016 Second floor.0080 Annex of the reactor building Diesel generator building Rm.July 22. R/B. B 0. A Diesel generator (B) 1F 1階 Emergency power source system in the plant P/C 6E 1BF 地下1階 * Refer to Attachment II-4 for the location of the diesel generator building. First floor. 2011 DC power source system Rm.

58 - .0011 D/G room Diesel generator (A) Control rod drive hydraulic system Diesel generator (HPCS) Annex of the reactor building First basement floor. 2011 Emergency power source system in the plant M/C 6C P/C 6C 0. Unit 6 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . R/B. Unit 6 July 22. R/B.Emergency power source system in the plant M/C 6D P/C 6D July 22. 2011 0.0017 Residual heat removal system Annex of the reactor building Reactor core isolation cooling system High pressure core spray system Low pressure core spray system Second basement floor.

July 22.001 Feed water system First floor. 2011 <0.59 - .001 Generator Second floor.001 <0. T/B.0018 <0. T/B. Unit 6 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company . Unit 6 July 22. 2011 0.

60 - . T/B.001 Regular power source system in the plant T/B Unit 5 First basement floor.001 P/C 6A-1 P/C 6B-2 P/C 6A-2 Condenser <0. Unit 6 Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company .July 22. 2011 Instrument compressed air system Condensate system Make up water / pure water condensate P/C 6B-1 M/C 6A-1 M/C 6A-2 M/C 6B-1 M/C 6B-2 <0.

Structures and components inside the reactor pressure vessel Vent Reactor pressure vessel Attachment II-13 Unit 1 Stud nuts Reactor vessel flange Steam dryer Steam pressure measurement nozzle Steam exit nozzle Water level measurement nozzle Steam separator check bolt Feedwater sparger Core spray Core spray spargers Upper core lattice Fuel assembly Incore neutron flux instrumentation Poison curtain Core shroud Control rod Jet pump Fuel support base Core support board Lower core lattice Recirculating water entrance nozzle Baffle Control axis guide pipes Jet pump nozzle assembly Steam separator Standpipes Plenum head Feed water entrance nozzle Recirculating water exit nozzle For standby liquid control / core differential pressure measurement Vessel support skirt Incore neutron flux monitor sleeve Simple control rod drive mechanism Source: Tokyo Electric Power Company.61 - . “Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS: Application for reactor establishment permit.” April 2002 .

Structures and components inside the reactor pressure vessel Head cooling pray nozzle Reactor pressure vessel Stud nuts Units 2-5 Reactor vessel flange Steam dryer Steam pressure measurement nozzle Steam exit nozzle Water level measurement nozzle Steam separator check bolt Feedwater sparger Core spray Core spray spargers Upper core lattice Fuel assembly Incore neutron flux instrumentation Core shroud Control rod Jet pump Fuel support base Core support board Lower core lattice Recirculating water entrance nozzle Baffle Control axis guide pipes Recirculating water exit nozzle Jet pump nozzle assembly Feed water entrance nozzle Steam separator Standpipes Plenum head Core differential pressure measurement / liquid poison injection nozzle Vessel support skirt Incore neutron flux monitor sleeve Simple control rod drive mechanism Source: Tokyo Electric Power Company. “Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS: Application for permit for changes to reactor establishment” (as of June 2003) .62 - .

63 - .Structures and components inside the reactor pressure vessel Vent nozzle Spare nozzle Reactor pressure vessel Stud nuts Head cooling pray nozzle Unit 6 Reactor vessel flange Steam dryer Steam exit nozzle Steam separator Measurement nozzle Steam separator check bolt Feedwater sparger Core spray nozzle Core spray spargers Upper core lattice Fuel assembly Incore neutron flux instrumentation Jet pump nozzle assembly Control rod Jet pump Fuel support base Core support board Lower core lattice Recirculating water entrance nozzle Baffle board Control axis guide pipes Recirculating water exit nozzle Low pressure coolant injection Standpipes Plenum head Feed water entrance nozzle Core shroud Vessel support skirt Incore neutron flux monitor housing Control rod drive mechanism housing Source: Tokyo Electric Power Company. “Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS: Application for permit for changes to reactor establishment” (as of December 2010) .

00 MPa Condensing tank (Base level This water is instrument) sustained at a constant level during normal operation.Principle of measurement by reactor water level and reactor pressure instrumentation systems Wall of the containment vessel Based on data and documents by Tokyo Electric Power Company Pressure vessel Pressure 7. Water pressure 0. the sum of the pressure inside the pressure vessel (7.00 MPa) and the pressure from the pressure vessel level to the water gauge (P2 = 0.000. .) <Reactor pressure gauge> .08 MPa *2).10 MPa P1 (Constant value) The pressure inside the pressure vessel + the water pressure from the condensing tank level to the reactor pressure gauge Reactor pressure gauge Atmospheric pressure (1 atm = 0. *1: 7. .02 MPa is the force to push the diaphragm to the left. the sum of the pressure inside the pressure vessel (7.08 MPa from the left.The left side of the water gauge receives 7.10 MPa) Diaphragm (Isolating membrane to produce deflection depending on the pressure difference between the right and the left.64 - .10 MPa from the right and 7.The mechanism is to detect the water level of the pressure vessel by electrically detecting the deflection amount of the diaphragm. *2: P1 and P2 are the values used for explanatory convenience and differ from actual water pressures.10 MPa *2).08MPa The pressure of the pressure vessel + P1 7.The right side of the water gauge receives 7.08 MPa.Like the water gauge.10MPa . (The differential pressure increases as the water level of the reactor falls and decreases as the water level rises.Therefore. Differential pressure 0.10 MPa. The pressure difference of 0.000 kW generally turns out to be 7 MPa (refer to Attachment II-2).00 MPa *1) and the pressure from the condensing tank level to the water gauge (P1 = 0.00 MPa is assumed here because the pressure inside a BWR pressure vessel with Electric output comparable to 1. the water gauge receives 7.08 MPa P2 (Depending on reactor water level) Water pressure 0. the reactor pressure gauge also calculates the pressure inside the pressure vessel by electrically detecting the deflection amount of the diaphragm.02 MPa (Depending on reactor water level) <Reactor water gauge> . .) Attachment II-14 Left Right Reactor water gauge The pressure of the pressure vessel + P2 7.

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