Ex-nuclear engineer’s proposal Mar25

A former nuclear power plant engineer Yuzo Uehara made additional proposals today.

福島原発対応2503102;のりきり3ヶ月すれば恒久対策準備工事が始まると考える。被ばく避けるため現場寄り付きには誰か検討してもカルバート工法と らざるを得ません。今の応急措置にはまずコンテナ利用すれば安全安心な工事できます。日本全員の長い長い闘いになります。

Proposal 2503102: After overcoming the current situation, I think that the preparation work for the permanent solution would begin within 3 months. In order to get closer to the site and avoid radiation, whoever consider it, they have no choice but the culvert method. As a temporary solution for the current situation, first of all, using containers allows us to work under the safe condition. It would be a long long battle for all of us Japanese.

放射能広域措置2510304;雨ふる、地面しみ込み・雨水管等下水処理→海。どこで汚染とめるか。問題は大規模。地下に広大なトンネル又はプール造り下 水等を希釈して放流するしか方法ない。小規模地下プールをカスケード(枝別れ)して造るのが比較的容易。地下プールカスケード工法と名付けます。

Solution for wide spreading radiation 2510304: When it rains, it soaks through the ground. Use storm sewers and such to treat sewage. Then send it to the sea. Where should we stop contamination? The issue is a massive scale. Build huge tunnels or pools underground, and dilute sewage, then discharge. That’s the only way. Building smaller cascaded underground pools is relatively easy. I would call it the underground pool cascading method.

According to Yomiuri Online news today, the US Military is now cooperating with Japan and going to use a barge (or barges) to bring massive amount of fresh water near Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. This plan is very similar to what the ex-engineer has been proposing, he said on Twitter.

One thought on “Ex-nuclear engineer’s proposal Mar25

  1. etudiant says:

    Mr Uehara’s proposals are eminently sensible.
    It is a mystery that Japan is left alone to cope with this disaster, when the repercussions will affect everybody. There should be a concerted effort, not the current financially and operationally constrained corporate program that TEPCO is trying to implement. Resources and money should not be a concern, just a quick end to the pollution.
    The Soviets used 600,000 people in shifts to clean up one damaged reactor at Chernobyl.
    Here we have four blasted reactors and the staff on hand is a few hundred.
    That bespeaks a complete lack of urgency, even though a growing part of the heart of Japan is being poisoned for several centuries by the ongoing cesium emissions.

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