[P3D] Crack For P3D V4 Generator
The mobile home has the capability of producing electricity. One is just too bulky for the mobile home. The mobile home is not a generator and can be just a power outlet for an inverter. The inverter will convert the AC to DC power to run an electronic device. If this is done safely and the inverter and mobile home should be approved by the local power company.
Personally, I wouldn’t want anything but a 100+ generator. I have a 55 gallon gas I generator that puts out around the same level of power and on a really cold day the temps come down to around 32-34 outside. I run it constantly and it puts out enough power to keep lights on outside the home, heat, and run fans to circulate the air.
The opening was drilled to permit removal and replacement of the steam generators. The hole was enlarged to facilitate installation of the steam generators. Then, the hole was plugged, first with waterproofing material and then with concrete grout.
Steam generators that were cut into sections were placed one at a time through the opening. The strain limit cables holding the sections in place required extensive cutting. Figure 5 shows the original steam generators in the reactor pit, prior to the cut-up plan, with the strainer pipe removed and an edge detail of the SGR cut-out area. Figures 7 and 8 show the strainer pipe and the edge detail of the SGR cut-out area.
Preliminary assessments of this approach showed that steam generator cuts and grouting would be difficult and time consuming, and that grout could not be properly applied to a long expanse. Grouting of the cut-up steam generators would have created crevices and potential locations for stresses that could lead to damage to the steam generators or containment.