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What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
Reactor Core(s) and cooling Pond(s) would be evaporated in a direct hit, that would send up more radioactive "ash" into the atmosphere, this would only make the fall out dangers of radiation poisoning worse.

There is another potential. There is a "gun" type of atomic design where a 'bullet' of fissile material and a target of fissile material are inside a 'device'. the 'bullet' is shot at the target and the impact causes a fast reaction (explosion), it is highly possible that some of your reactor and cooling pond fissile matter would be 'shot' into neighboring material thus creating a secondary explosion thus increasing the yield of your nuclear detonation slightly.

Mind nuclear bombs are air blasts which is assuring maximum destruction, such a blast would vaporize some of the fissile material (radioactive material) and reduce more into tiny fragments, sending those in all directions, spreading chips and fragments of highly radioactive material over many square miles.
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Post: #18
RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
gee there seems to be a lot of people here that know an awful lot about nuclear reactors....

I wonder what your jobs are?

I always knew there were nuke shills hanging in these forums to squash any antinuke info and updates regarding problems at reactors....
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
The stupid in this thread burns.

If a nuclear bomb hit a nuclear plant, you would have Fukushima.

No, a nuclear bomb does not have more mass than a nuclear reactor! A modern nuclear bomb has 10KG of nuclear material or less. The reactor alone, ONE REACTOR has a thousand tons, at 10-20 percent the concentration, which makes it 10,000X the radiation potential of a nuclear bomb. The fuel pools typically have at least 50X what is in the reactor.

If a nuclear bomb has more than that, please tard elsewhere.
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-13-2017 04:38 PM)
gee there seems to be a lot of people here that know an awful lot about nuclear reactors....

I wonder what your jobs are?

I always knew there were nuke shills hanging in these forums to squash any antinuke info and updates regarding problems at reactors....

actually I did work in two different nuke plants for about eight years, seen some weird stuff there
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
seasnake  Wrote: (09-13-2017 07:56 AM)
Would the nuclear bomb obliterate the nuclear plant, or would the nuclear plant still melt down?

yes, it would make a really big dirty bomb.

But the chemistry of nuclear explosions and reactions is complicated, just ask the folks at Hanford.

So nobody knows exactly what would happen.
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
people would get up and go to work as usual until it effects them directly.

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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
This exactly would happen

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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
A nuclear blast causes incredible heat that would melt the entire structure, including the radioactive parts, and send the molten bits up in the expanding mushroom cloud to get distributed over a wide area. It would come down to the surface as part of the fallout.

I remember seeing a map of the US where they showed the areas most likely to get nuked (decades ago), and all the nuclear power plants were epicenters. Thanks goodness I live in coal country.

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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
Ohio Dude  Wrote: (09-13-2017 07:22 PM)
A nuclear blast causes incredible heat that would melt the entire structure, including the radioactive parts, and send the molten bits up in the expanding mushroom cloud to get distributed over a wide area. It would come down to the surface as part of the fallout.

I remember seeing a map of the US where they showed the areas most likely to get nuked (decades ago), and all the nuclear power plants were epicenters. Thanks goodness I live in coal country.

The uranium plant in Piketon would waft over you if it blew.
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
seasnake  Wrote: (09-13-2017 07:56 AM)
Would the nuclear bomb obliterate the nuclear plant, or would the nuclear plant still melt down?

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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-13-2017 04:38 PM)
gee there seems to be a lot of people here that know an awful lot about nuclear reactors....

I wonder what your jobs are?

I always knew there were nuke shills hanging in these forums to squash any antinuke info and updates regarding problems at reactors....

You are prohibited to know that.

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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
seasnake  Wrote: (09-13-2017 07:56 AM)
Would the nuclear bomb obliterate the nuclear plant, or would the nuclear plant still melt down?

There wouldn't be anything left to meltdown.
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
A lot of nuclear plant workers would be killed
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RE: What would happen if a nuclear plant were hit by a nuclear bomb?
Hamburgerwagon  Wrote: (09-13-2017 07:26 PM)
Ohio Dude  Wrote: (09-13-2017 07:22 PM)
A nuclear blast causes incredible heat that would melt the entire structure, including the radioactive parts, and send the molten bits up in the expanding mushroom cloud to get distributed over a wide area. It would come down to the surface as part of the fallout.

I remember seeing a map of the US where they showed the areas most likely to get nuked (decades ago), and all the nuclear power plants were epicenters. Thanks goodness I live in coal country.

The uranium plant in Piketon would waft over you if it blew.

I'm not sure of the latest but they closed it down, but started to build a zillion uranium centrifuges there but had delays. I don't think it ever started up, but I'm definitely downwind from that place. I wouldn't want to be near Cleveland when the big nuclear plants in Sandusky and Detroit blow up. You can see both of them at the same time if you are fishing out from Sandusky. A hit on them would destroy Lakes Erie and Ontario, and the Saint Lawrence Seaway for 400 hundred years. And also would result in Mecca being forever a smoking crater.

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