Procedures for disposal of nuclear waste in salt mines of the United States
United States USA Date:1969 Duration:3 min 32 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary depicts disposal of high level nuclear waste in salt mines in the United States. A crew man checks a storage hole. Animation depicts the containment, removal of cans, backfilling of holes with crushed salt, and replacing of fuel cans with highly radioactive fuel. A man installs tubes in the hole. A machine which tells the exact temperature in the experimental area. A man looks through a dumpy level. Another man takes measurement with a floor to ceiling gauge and a wall to wall conversion gauge. A man uses a strain gauge to obtain data. Men insert holders into the hole. A man looks at the machine which gives the salt flow data. Two men study the data and draw an actual design requirement of a disposal facility. An animation depicts the process of disposal of crushed salt. A transporter moves after an experiment
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