after a worker on patrol found seawater leaking from the plastic hose in the residual heat removal system earlier in the morning, according to the utility known as TEPCO.
What does RHR stand for?
RHR stands for Residual Heat Removal (nuclear power)
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com/prnh/20100304/TVALOGO) The valve is part of a residual heat removal system, which helps keep reactors properly cooled during routine operations and in the event of a fire or other emergency.
lt;br /> -At 5:00 am on March 19th, we started the Residual Heat Removal System Pump (C) in order to cool the spent fuel pool.
after a worker on patrol found seawater leaking from the makeshift plastic hose in the residual heat removal system earlier in the morning, according to the utility known as TEPCO.
The pump room is called the Residual Heat Removal Room, and it provides cooling for various plant functions, including the ability to serve as an emergency core cooling system.
The utility found during checks of electric-operated valves in the residual heat removal system at the plant's No.
More than 6,000 maintenance activities were performed as well as several modifications, including the unprecedented replacement of both residual heat removal heat exchangers, each in under 11 days.
The points made by the statement include: (1) utmost efforts must be made to both prevent the release of a large amount of radioactive substances and to reactivate the residual heat removal system which internally circulates water to cool reactors and spent fuel storages, (2) spent nuclear fuel must be completely immersed in water, (3) detailed measurement of radioactivity both in the air and the soil in various areas and assessment of their effects must be announced so that area-specific measures can be taken and (4) residents should be fully informed before and after radioactive substances are vented from reactors.