Radball To Be Used To Map Hot Spots In Fukushima Reactors
A strange looking device will be used to map the radiation in the Fukushima reactors. The device can detect radiation levels and feed them to a computer that can make a detailed radiation level map.
This could help pin point hot spots in the building to better understand the failure of each unit. It will also help identify dangerous spots that workers should avoid or require shielding to be put in place.
The device was invented at the UK’s National Nuclear Lab.
Lancashire Evening Press (photo credit: same)
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