[Full-disclosure] nuclear plants reach software quality levels
j at vel.nu
Wed Mar 30 12:23:55 BST 2011
Does that mean that there is a 100 percent risk of the same tsunami over
500 years? Is there a cycle? When was the last one? Risk would be a lot
higher than 10 percent if it was, say, 300 years since the last tsunami....
Haven't dug at all into it, this is just a very spontaneous thought...
Georgi Guninski skrev 2011-03-30 12:50:
> The research paper concluded that there was a roughly 10 percent chance that a tsunami could test or overrun the defenses of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant within a 50-year span based on the most conservative assumptions.
> But Tokyo Electric did nothing to change its safety planning based on that study, which was presented at a nuclear engineering conference in Miami in July 2007.
> on top of it their measuring devices overflowed:
> Those levels may be higher still, but authorities say 1,000 millisieverts is the upper limit of their measuring devices. 
>  http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/29/us-japa-nuclear-risks-idUSTRE72S2UA20110329
>  http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704471904576229854179642220.html#
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