“Second chances: Containment of a reactor meltdown” via Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The hydrogen explosions at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plants are a startling reminder of the unlearned lessons since similar events at Three Mile Island in 1979.
The problem of containment over-pressurization and the potential need to vent is not new: It has been a long-term issue in the nuclear reactor safety community.
The time is now to question what is “safe enough” in the nuclear industry.

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