100% secure electro station
Keeping water in concrete reservoirs for long periods of time is a bad idea, concrete is porous, that shit would have infiltrations all over in 20 years.
Go learn what poor maintenance does to concrete dams, and then look at your picture again.
The grass layer is as thick as the height of the door
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Where the does the steam travel to once water cools the reactor.
>Where does the power leave the station
>If earthquake how will the walls deal with it and how will the contamination from the reactors be contained if its fucking underground.
Atleast we could build another sarcophagus in chernobil and acess the contaminated area If this shit goes to the shitter fixing it is near impossible and containing any leakage in radioactive material is impossible and will automaticly infiltrate the water and the soil.
Perfection would be harnessing the power of the sun , send it to outer space and wirelessly acessing it's power, without any radiation.
so you heat up the water with the reactors but where is your heat exchange and steam turbine generator? you're fucking retarded all this would do is heat up the water in the event of a meltdown and explode, probably in a geyser and into the groundwater.
at first I thought this was a real proposal then I realized this is OPs creation. Stick to web development you cuck and leave the actual work to the men.
>no heat exchange
when it comes to radiation If the concrete is fairly thick then the depth of penetration can be minimized. That being said a subterranean facility of this caliber would offer little to any benefits than one on the surface other than it being out of mind an sight.
Looks like a stupid idea to be honest.
Instead of trying to safe guard current/old technology nuclear reactors, we should be looking at different designs altogether and maybe move towards fusion
or thorium reactors..idk..
Besides, what would you do with the super heated water eventually anyways ? sure you can cycle it through the turbines to make electricity, but if you can't get rid of the excess energy its just going to be stuck as mostly steam. Thats why you see nuclear power plants mostly near bodies of water.