April 1st, 2011 – Bet the Japanese wished they had used more of these…

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From: King, Mark I
Sent: Friday, April 01, 2011 6:55 AM
To: Telson, Ross
Subject: RE: your comments on the Japan event report

Seems like they cover it pretty well to me – fuel / core status and core cooling, then primary containment, secondary containment and SFP status and finally rad levels.., and status of power restoration (SBO response) for each the six units.

Core Status:
Core Cooling:
Primary Containment:
Secondary Containment:
Spent Fuel Pool:
Rad Levels:

… bet the Japanese wished they had used more of these…
Dry Cask Storage: Visual inspection revealed no problems. All casks are vertical casks manufactured by Hitachi Shipbuilding (Source:RST).

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