Nuclear Cracks Tied to Lack of Coating
A decision decades ago to forego an exterior weatherproof coating on an Ohio nuclear containment building left it vulnerable to weathering that eventually caused the 2.5-foot-thick reinforced concrete structure to crack, a new analysis concludes.
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