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There canada goose black friday new york is a complicated technical explanation. I’m actually making a documentary about it. In short, the reactor had 2 major design flaws. 1 was the low coefficient which required almost all boron rods to be out when the reactor was powered. 2 was the use of water both for steam and moderation. Eventually canada goose outlet new york city at low power the separator pushed steam instead of water into the tank at low power and that started the chain reaction which ended with the graphite tip of the boron rods causing a massive explosion

Alexander Fyodorovich Akimov, Russian: oo o, was a senior reactor operator and the shift supervisor on the night of the accident. He was born on May 6, 1953 in Novosibirsk, Russia. That night he opposed continuing the test as the power fell but couldn stand up to Dyatlov canada goose uk sale asos who threatened him with losing his job. The test was contiuned. It isn sure who pressed the AZ 5 button, but it thought it was him. After the explosion, it was unclear what happened. And now we come to the misconceptions. They didn know what had happened, as all communication was cut off, and assumed, the reactor was intact, it just needed cooling. This denial was one of the biggest problems. They just didn canada goose outlet store uk believe the reactor was destroyed, not matter how many people told them. So, they did what they thought was best: Cooling the reactor without any protective gear. Until morning they tried to pump water into the reactor, to no avail. Believing it was a valve that blocked the water from reaching the reactor, he tried opening that. He stayed until he was too weak to go on. Akimov was transported to Moscow, clinic no. 6 with severe radiation burns and radiation poisoning. He died there on May 11, 1986 at 33 years old. Until his death, he insisted he did nothing wrong. In Grigori Mevedevs book, there is the account of his wife. I think her name was Lyudmilla. Alexander Akimov was awared with Ukraine order of courage (third degree) after his death.

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Canada Goose Parka Leonid Fedorovych Toptunov, Russian: o oo oo, was a senior reactor control engineer and responsible for the control rods that night. He was born on August 16, 1960 in Russia. He was the son of an army officer and his mother name was Vera. Leonid studied at the branch of Moscow Engineering and Physics Institute in Obninsk. When it was time to lower the power of the reactor to 700 MW, he most likely made a mistake, lowering to many control rods to fast and the power dropped to only 50 MW. When Dyatlov commanded to increase power by drawing out the control rods, he tried to resist, but failed. After all, Toptunov was only 25 and Dyatlov his superior. He draw out more control rods than the safety limit allowed and was able to raise the power to 200 MW. Canada Goose Parka

canada goose clearance cheap canada goose sale After the explosion he went with Akimov trying to cool the reactor. Toptunov fell victim to radiation poisoning to and was flown to Moscow. He was treated in Clinic Nr. 6 where he died of radiation sickness on May 14. He buried at Mitinskoe Cemetery in Moscow canada goose black friday deal and was awared posthumously with Ukraine order of Courage (third degree). According to Svetlana Alexeivich, as his father was mourning him, people attacked him and his son, accusing Leonid of blowing up the plant. canada goose clearance sale

canada goose uk shop That what I could find out about him. As far as canada goose jacket outlet uk I noticed, there is a lot of material on him in the book Midnight in Chernobyl. canada goose uk shop

Grabisz 3 points submitted 12 days ago

canada goose uk outlet Both. The RBMK reactor was a design flaw by itself [thats why all of RBMK type reactors that are left in post soviet countries are being modernized safety wise]. Also, reactor had flaws that were not fixed, because there were no room for error in USSR, especially in such important area as nuclear energy. So to clarify RBMK type reactors were pretty unsafe from the beginning, and secondly these reactors were built so fast because they needed to proceed, chernobyl power plant was meant to be the biggest in the whole USSR. So RBMK as a pretty unsafe reactor and many manufacturing flaws. There are even some papers that are avalible on the web where you can see the whole list of manufacturing flaws that should have been fixed but no one did that and it was classified as top secret. Now about the human error. As i mentioned in some earlier posts, the main guy of the shift was interested in accident happening. Also, graphite rods were put in the reactor too late. Graphite rods slow the process of the releasing particles, slowing the process. They put these rods at time when it was already too late, reactor was under huge pressure and heat. Also, graphite rods are to slow the process down BUT their peculiarity is that as soon as you lower them in reactor, they speed up the process for some time and only after some time these rods slow down the process. So, by lowering these rods, they promoted the heat and pressure build up so the reactor just blew up. We could discuss for eternity if they would not have lowered these rods in, if there would be no explosion etc. my answer is that was just matter of time. Also, lower rank guys could not argue against the main guy of the shift, they were saying/doing right things but too late. They were afraid that they would have been fired for not obeying the rules from shift manager. But by doing that they would have prevented the biggest nuclear disaster that mankind knows. I hope you understood at least something from my text since my knowledge of english is not that great. canada goose uk outlet

The RBMK has this high positive void coefficent, which leads to a higher thermal output if more steam forms in the coolant. This forms a positive feedback loop.

canada goose uk black friday Secondly, the flaws of the RBMK were known. There was a debate which type of reactor should be built, VVER or the RBMK. The RBMK was known for the high amouts of radioactivity it emitted but canada goose outlet washington dc it was cheaper because it could be run with unenriched uranium and changing of fuel rods could be done while the reactor was running. They decided for the RBMK. If they had made a different decision, the disaster wouldn have happened. canada goose uk black friday

Thirdly, the fuel rods at the time of the accident were already spent and not fresh anymore. Aditionally, the reactor was running on lower power for half a day and was already unstable. These factors also influenced the result of the experiment.

Now, the human error part. The test should have been done with the day shift in charge. These people were more experienced but because of the power shortage in Kyiv the test was postponed. The test should have been conducted at 700 MW output. Then, there was this problem with power falling down to less than 1 %. I think it believed that reactor operator Toptunov made a mistake and inserted the control rods to far.

As far as I understand it, it was Dyatlov who commanded Toptunov and Akimov to increase power. It was his choice, he was in charge that night. Instead of calling https://www.chinese-sharpei.de of the test and doing it another time he wanted it completed that night. I don know if it just me, but I can trust the version Dyatlov tells in his book.

canada goose coats on sale Safety system were knowingly disabled and too many controll rods pulled out of the core. The reactor was already unstable because of the iodine pit forming. They could only increase the power to around 200 MW. Even though the limit for the test was 700 MW, it was decided they do it at only 200 MW. We all know how it ended. canada goose coats on sale

In the aftermath of the disaster, there was this rampant denial, not believe the reactor was destroyed and thus trying to cool an non existent reactor. On one hand, they too had no idea what had happened and had no expericence how to deal with such a disaster, on the other hand, they put the population of Pripyat and the surrounding area and, on May 1, the canada goose uk online store population in Kyiv in danger by not being honest and instead covering up the accident! The rest of Europe only found out after high radioactivity was measured at a nuclear power plant in Sweden!

To conclude, it was a combination of both factors. The design was flawed but had the shift sticked to the test procedure as planned and shut down the reactor when the power fell, maybe the accident wouldn have happened.

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I understand your obsession. I remember the Fukushima desaster 8 years ago, watching the news, and then this word appeared. canada goose store Chernobyl. They showed this picture of the destroyed reactor (little me would describe it as the door to hell). And what followed were the endless comparisons of Chernobyl and Fukushima (which I now know are hardly comparible). I wanted to know what happened and began reading everything I could find online, watching documentaries (one of these kind of traumatized me) and so on about it. A few days ago I finally read Grigori Mevedevs book, The Truth about Chernobyl. There is so much more I still need to read! I also hope to finally travel to the zone and see the plant and Pripyat for myself.

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If you’re passionate about it then go for it! Don’t worry about what others think about it, do it for yourself. I’m sure you’ll have a great time making it and feel a sense of accomplishment when you’re done and that’s the most important part. But yes, I’d watch it lol. Just to show some support. Especially because I’m on the same page as you, and I’m sure everyone else on this sub is as well. Don’t know why we’re so fascinated by Chernobyl, but I’ve had an obsession with researching it since I first heard of it too.

noleander 2 points submitted 20 days ago

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Israel has total control over the West bank: it confiscates land, controls building permits and controls travel and access.

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