TEPCO Historical Plant Data March 11 to May 17

TEPCO HISTORIC DATA – Daiichi plant statistics March 11 to May 17
Group contributor Hudebnik found these on TEPCO’s website. They were on line for only an hour and then were pulled off the web.

level pr data 1u-j pdf

level pr data 2u-j pdf

level pr data 3u- j pdf

measured point pdf

temp data 1u-j pdf

temp data 2u-j pdf

temp data 3u-j pdf

temp data 5 6 -j pdf

various temp pressure sensors:
Google translations of PDFs
Japanese to English translation

RPV stud bolt temperature
RPV cylinder flange lower-part temperature
RPV cylinder flange
RPV bellow seal
Water supply nozzle N4B temperature
RPV bottom head upper-part
Main steam isolation valve 2-86A leak-off temperature
Relief safety valve 2-71D leakage
Relief safety valve 2-71F leakage
Pressure vessel lower-part temperature
D / W HVH return temperature
S / C pool water temperature A
S / C pool water temperature B

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3 thoughts on “TEPCO Historical Plant Data March 11 to May 17

  • May 26, 2011 at 5:41 pm
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    They were pulled? But that’s where my live google stats page updates, and it updated at Midnight JST on the 26th, the last readings of the day.

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  • May 26, 2011 at 9:58 pm
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    That is what I was told, that these are different from what is online now. Let me know if that is incorrect so I can update the post.

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  • May 26, 2011 at 10:17 pm
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    Ah, good we have them then. I’d believe it.

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