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Tecnatom’s Full Scope Simulators & Severe Accident. A different training approach

Tecnatom completed the integration of a severe accident module into the Almaraz Nuclear Power Plant Classroom Simulator. The severe accident module is based on the Electric Power Research Institute’s (EPRI) Modular Accident Analysis Program, MAAP4(*). This code allows the calculation of the progression of a severe accident in a nuclear power plant, up until a safe condition or a situation of core degradation, which could evolve in vessel failure and release of fission products into the environment.

Tecnatom offers now an efficient tool to support the training in severe accident phenomenology and management. Now the simulator may be used, in addition to normal operation, operational transients and emergency events, in degraded core situations as well. Taking into consideration the severe accident training, some other improvements have been implemented in the simulator, such as the possibility of switching online the execution speed, the duplication of the most relevant displays showing the instrumental value and the physical variable associated to the instruments and the possibility of different training configurations oriented to different types of training sessions. Furthermore, the simulator stimulates the emergency support tools of the Technical Support Center, making accessible the use of simulators for training all the actors involved in the emergency management.

Tecnatom is a more than fifty-year-old company, nowadays global leader in delivering advanced engineering and a reference in the nuclear industry. Particularly in the simulation area, Tecnatom has over 30 years of experience in nuclear power plant training simulators and has developed a large number of Full Scope Simulators for nuclear power plants worldwide. For further information about Tecnatom, please visit the website at

(*)“This product incorporates technology for the United States Electric Power Industry under the sponsorship of EPRI, the Electric Power Research Institute, Inc.”