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bananas Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Sep-13-10 09:54 AM
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25. No, it's not just tritium
Here's a similar steam generator:

WM07 Conference, February 25 March 1 2007, Tucson, AZ
Paper #7131
Anders Lindstrm, Bo Wirendal and Maria Lindberg


The component that should be treated was a steam generator (SG) from the Ringhals 3 NPP.
The dimensions of the SG were Length: 21 meter, Diameter: 4.5 meter, the weight: 310
metric tons; the storage volume was approx. 400 m3.

The estimations of the radiation exposure to the operators were based on measurements. Co-
60 was in the range of 0.65 TBq. For the long-lived isotopes, Ni-63 was the dominant in the
range of 16 TBq.


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