Date: 8/18/2011 12:40 PM CST
The chart was stuck for a while so I stopped checking back, but noticed someone had posted an article from ENENEWS in one of my radiation groups in FaceBook. This is scary, 412 Sv/hour today in the reactor 1 dry well when reactor 2 and 3 show 10.9 and 3.69 Sieverts/hour respectively. Here is snapshot of the chart as of 12:40 PM CST:
|Location:||Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant|
|Date:||March 11, 2011 (Friday) - 18 Aug 2011 (Thu)|
|Latest value:||D / W: four hundred and twelve Sv / h , S / C: .701 Sv / h|
|Present situation||Defective meter|
NISA plant parameters have been published (when the reactor), the amount of nuclear radiation has been graphed.
You can check the daily water temperature, pressure and radiation dose of No. 1-5, Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power reactors.
As soon as the data is published and updated as the graph.
All information is automatically graphed the information that is published by CSV. No. 4 is the value of CSV information has not been published, not shown.
Meaning of the terms in the chart below. D / W stands for ... well dry. Containment vessel to the body. S / C ... stands for the suppression chamber. To the pressure suppression chamber.
※ The value of the graph shows the maximum absolute value of the day.