Soviet engineers scrambled to come up with a containment solution.
Explosions have been recorded at two of the reactors, but do not seem to have breached the crucial inner containment vessels.
It was to be the containment structure for a twin to the reactor there today.
Make sure you have the correct containment and diet.
Wood compost containment bins keep compost confined during the decomposition process.
Suddenly, the make of the containment vessel and the specific arrangements of the cooling systems leap to the foreground.
For that reason the government instead built its plans around a containment strategy.
Moreover, inspections were never the major component of containment-sanctions were.
The second seeks the continuation of our earlier policy of deterrence and containment.
Theoretically, this configuration would prevent fuel from overheating and breaching the reactor's containment vessel.
British Dictionary definitions for containment
the act or condition of containing, esp of restraining the ideological or political power of a hostile country or the operations of a hostile military force
(from 1947 to the mid-1970s) a principle of US foreign policy that sought to prevent the expansion of Communist power
(physics) Also called confinement. the process of preventing the plasma in a controlled thermonuclear reactor from reaching the walls of the reaction vessel, usually by confining it within a configuration of magnetic fields See magnetic bottle