Past, present and future: View over the Baltic
2006 (English)In: Nuclear Engineering International, ISSN 0029-5507, Vol. 51, no 620, 47- p.Article in journal (Refereed) Published
The Cherbonyl accident was first identified outside the Soviet Union by experts in Sweden, and it is the most supportive country in the west for continued operation of RBMK units. The easterly wind blew in the radioactivity from a nuclear accident and the researchers immediate conclusion was that a major reactor accident happened east of the Baltic sea. The isotopes analyzed by a research laboratory in Stockholm indicated that no ship reactor was involved. Swedish heavy industries formed a power company named Basel for its supplies towards the other side of the Baltic sea, where many different thermal power plants are located.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2006. Vol. 51, no 620, 47- p.
Accidents, Nuclear industry, Radioactivity, Radioisotopes, Wind, Baltic sea, Nuclear accidents, Researchers, Nuclear power plants
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