While I see no response from LINE to my documentation and request to correct the Governors' claims we won the "all means all" lawsuit. No mention of plutonium nanoclusters dangers from moving with water. No response on the CERCLA plan that admits it expect cap failure and water is expected to flood the plutonium. That's the acres of billions of loose scattered plutonium particles that will remain 90% buried, while we open new plutonium dumps onsite like ICDF. No report on meltdowns from cyber-terrorism.
So here is another subject to ignore while you volunteer Idaho families for more front line nuclear duty. Please let me know if you don't understand technical terms, like "catastrophic failure.", and I will be happy to explain what Governor Otter and the INL Sate Oversite team prefers you never hear...Peter Dr. Peter Rickards DPM Spokesman for Idaho Families For The Safest Energy
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4.7 Issues for Future Consideration
A great deal has been learned about containment behavior and containment analysis methods in
the last two decades of containment research, but questions still remain. One of the most
important behavior questions is that it is not known with certainty whether a leakage failure will
reach an equilibrium state or if it will lead to a catastrophic failure. The arguments for each
follow below. SNIPPED FOR SPACE!!!
4.7.2 Other ConsiderationsMany aspects of containment integrity have still not been addressed in the various containmentintegrity research programs. Some of these topics are listed below:• The behavior of the containment under elevated temperature and pressure loads has notbeen thoroughly investigated. Most of the containment tests have ignored the effects oftemperature on the material properties and thermal induced stresses associated withelevated temperatures.• The effect of aerosols within the containment atmosphere during an accident has not beeninvestigated. Aerosols may plug holes in the containment that may lead to a higherpressure capability, but have the potential to change the mode of failure from a possiblebenign mode to a burst mode. This applies to unlined concrete containments and linedcontainments when the liner has failed.• Seismic loadings coupled with severe accident loads have not been investigated in anydetail.• Liner-anchorage-concrete interaction is significant in determining how liners tear inconcrete containments. These phenomena are still not fully understood. SNIPPED!!!