Software - Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for
Dynamic Simulation Model Development.
- Real-time PC based
Desktop Simulators for nuclear power plants, cogeneration
plants, fossil-fired plants and other thermal plants.
Software is a modular open software architecture for simulation model
development. CASSIMô software
utilizes simulation block language for modeling. The simulation blocks represent
specific components in a power plant and they can be interconnected in a
configuration similar to the physical configuration of the plant. This applies
to process system modeling, electrical system modeling, as well as control logic
||CANDU 900 MWe NPP Simulator
The CANDU-900 MWe Compact Simulator was originally developed to assist Atomic
Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) in the design of the plant display system. As
the simulator development evolved, the Simulator is now used as an educational and training tool
in the university nuclear engineering
program studies at countries having the CANDU reactors, such as Canada, Korea,
China, and Romania.
||Generic BWR NPP Simulator
BWR NPP Simulator is a PC based simulator and has a dynamic response with sufficient fidelity to provide BWR
plant responses during normal operations and accident situations. It also has a
user-machine interface that mimics the actual control panel instrumentation,
including the plant display system, and more importantly, allows userís
interactions with the simulator during the operation of the simulated BWR plant.
||Generic Passive PWR NPP Simulator
The purpose of the 600 MW(e) advanced PWR reactor NPP
simulator is educational ó to provide a training tool for university
professors and engineers involved in teaching topics related to the advanced
passive PWR reactor. Nuclear engineers, scientists and trainers
familiar with the conventional PWR would
find this simulator useful in broadening their understanding of the advanced
transients, power plant dynamics, and passive safety features. As such, this
simulator is currently used in the IAEA Workshop "NPP Simulators for
Advanced CANDU (ACR-700) NPP Simulator
The 700 MW(e) advanced CANDU reactor (ACR-700) NPP
simulator offers an excellent tool for university
professors and nuclear industry's trainers/engineers involved in teaching topics related to the next
generation CANDU reactor. Users familiar with conventional CANDU would
find this simulator useful in broadening their understanding of the Advanced
CANDU characteristics, transients and power plant dynamics, and passive safety
||Gas Turbine Combined Cycle Power Plant Simulator
This simulator is a full plant dynamic model of a 110 MW twin gas turbines
combined-cycle cogeneration power plant.
This simulator is based on a real cogeneration plant configured around two 42 MW
GE LM6000 gas turbine generators exhausting to heat recovery steam generators (HRSG's)
which produce steam at three pressure levels.
Refuse - To - Energy Power Plant Simulator
This simulator is a dynamic model of a 11 MW Refuse to Energy power plant. It is based on a real plant
in Los Angeles - COMMERCE Refuse-to-Energy Facility. The plant is in operation
since 1981. It uses air pollution control devices consisting of ammonia and
limestone injection into the furnace, followed by a dry scrubber and finishing
with a baghouse. The facility burns an average of 360 tons of trash per day and
generate a net 10 MW of electricity for 20,000 Southern California homes. The
simulator is currently used for operator training.
|Landfill Gas-To-Energy Power Plant Simulator
This simulator is a dynamic model of a 52 MW Landfill Gas to Energy power plant.
It is based on a real plant in Los Angeles - The Puente Hills Energy Recovery (PERG)
Facility in Whittier, California. The Puente Hills Landfill has over 42 millions
tons of trash in place and is currently receiving refuse at the rate of 72,000
tons per week. Approximately 20,000 SCFM of landfill gas is collected and
burned to produce an average of 52 MW of electricity. The Simulator is currently
used for operator training.
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