Date: July 15, 2013, 12:07 am TWN
by: John Liu, The China Post
|TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Typhoon Soulik's
strong winds caused one of the reactors at Taiwan's First Nuclear Power
Plant to automatically shut down as part of precautionary measures twice
At 2:50 a.m. on July 13, strong winds knocked out systems designed to reduce the likelihood of direct lighting strikes on the facility at the plant's number two reactor unit, resulting in an automatic shutdown. While repairs were carried out on the system, the reading for the number of neutrons became exceedingly high, once again leading to an emergency shutdown as part of protection measures.
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