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mardi 9 juillet 2013

TEPCO ! FUKUSHIMA, HOW TO EXTRACT Cs FROM WASTE WATER ?

HOW TO CONCENTRATE Cs IN WASTE WATER.

Or How To Extract "Purified Water" from Waste Water.

The process is called "Fractioned Crystalization."

" Multi Stage Cristalization "

It use at least a big tank, the cristalizer, of at least two hundred of cubic meters, relatively flat tank.

A generator of cold, a big deep freezer, strong enough to cristalize all the water, in say; 5 days.

Then you begin to freeze.

The firts cristalyzed water, is quite pure water.

 

When nearly all the water is cristalyzed, except the center of the tank, then you can pourr the liquid water with concentrated pollution into an other reactor / cristalyzer. 

This is the first stage of extraction, you can begin a new cycle, when you have enough concentrated waste water then you canuse a similar tank to concentrate the pollutant once more and reduce the impact of big stocks. 

The radio elements will migrate to the center of the tank pushed by the fraction of pure water becoming ice.

At a time there will be ice everywhere except on the center of the tank. Provided you have put the freezing devices on the outmost part of the tank.
After a certain amount of time, the liquid water is a solution of concentrated radio element. This concentrated solution is pourred out, and stocked.
Then you begin a new cycle.
« Dans les bâtiments n°1, 2 et 3, où la radioactivité est telle qu’on ne peut pas approcher, on ne sait pas quand il sera possible d’extirper les combustibles usagés des piscines. Les cœurs ont fondu et se sont affaissés. Désemparés, on projette, pour le moment, l’eau dessus pour faire en sorte de les refroidir. Cependant, pour le seul réacteur n°1, le niveau ne monte pas au-delà de 40 cm, parce qu’il y a un énorme trou par lequel l’eau fuit toujours plus, envahissant même la salle des turbines. On tente de récupérer cette eau, on essaie d’en extraire le césium et de l’asperger de nouveau.

S. CARVAJAL
INDUSTRIAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY

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