Transas 3D technology in the field of nuclear power plant safety systems

The Head of the State Corporation "Rosatom" Sergey Kiriyenko visited the Center for Visual Prototyping
The Head of the State Corporation "Rosatom" Sergey Kiriyenko visited the Center for Visual Prototyping

August 2011 — Moscow, Russia. The company "Transas" designed and installed hardware and software system (PAC) «3D-nuclear plant passport" at the Center for visual prototyping of "Rosenergoatom".

Center for Visual Prototyping is a set of hardware and software for creating 3D-visualization design and engineering models of nuclear power plants. The use of PAC Transas expected overall reduction in the timing of projects due to faster and more accurate estimates of the solutions. The center also can be used for decision making in crisis situations.

Center is in the form of a hemisphere of radius 3 m and a horizontal viewing angle of 180 degrees, which is projected onto a single seamless image in stereo. Three-dimensional image provided by the use of technology Infitec. The image on the field has a single, uniform, without visible splices images of different projection channels. This is achieved by using special software developed by experts "Transas" without the use of additional hardware.

As part of the project was a prototype 3D-passport NPP with VVER new generation. 3D-plant passport — this is a fundamentally new way of reporting on critical sites containing information about the spatial structure of the object mounted therein engineering systems.

Center for Visual Prototyping visited the Director General of the State Atomic Energy Corporation "Rosatom" Sergey Kiriyenko in the discussion of the implementation of the project "Creation of a model project of computerized and optimized power reactors (VVER-TOI)." The functionality of the system was demonstrated through the 3D-passport NPP with VVER new generation, which is currently still in development.

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