The Windsor hum is back in the news! NYT reporting: “The University of Windsor report said the hum’s likely source was blast furnace operations onZug Islandon the Detroit River, which isdensely packed with manufacturing. Activists complained that United States Steel, which operates the furnaces, has been uncooperative and secretive. A company spokeswoman did not respond to requests for comment.”
They also identify othwr places in the world with this low frequency hum like Taos.
has awarded a decommissioning contract to ZerKon, a consortium of GNS Gesellschaft für Nuklear-Service, Westinghouse Electric Germany and Westinghouse Electric Sweden. The contract covers the dismantling and packaging of reactor pressure vessel internals in six nuclear power plants that are scheduled for dismantling.
Cold functional tests are carried out to confirm whether components and systems important to safety are properly installed and ready to operate in a cold condition. The main purpose of these tests is to verify the leak-tightness of the primary circuit. Flamanville, Northern France
Map was created using the open-source QGIS software, and the high resolution prints are available on Etsy. It visualizes Strahler Stream Order Classification, the creator explains, with higher stream orders indicated as thicker lines.
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