mgr inż. Tomasz Karla
- Engineering and Technical Specialist at Katedra Inteligentnych Systemów Sterowania i Wspomagania Decyzji
- Assistant at Katedra Inteligentnych Systemów Sterowania i Wspomagania Decyzji
Engineering and Technical Specialist
- Katedra Inteligentnych Systemów Sterowania i Wspomagania Decyzji
- Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering
Abstract—In the paper several approaches to building the real-time basic principle simulators of nuclear reactor processes are presented and their characteristics are analyzed. The characteristics of developed simulators for MATLAB/Simulink including their limitations, and the idea of a cross-platform simulator independent of specific hardware or software are presented. Mathematical models of selected nuclear reactor’s processes...
Simulation in real-time is a very useful tool because of didactical and practical benefits. Very important benefit of real-time simulation is a fact that operator’s decision can be taken into account in the same time scale as the real system would work. This enables construction of simulators, and opportunity to test control algorithms in Hardware in The Loop scheme using target industrial equipment. Professional real-time environments...
Real-Time Basic Principles Nuclear Reactor Simulator Based on Client-Server Network Architecture with WebBrowser as User Interface
The real-time simulator of nuclear reactor basic processes (neutron kinetics, heat generation and its exchange, poisoning and burn- ing up fuel) build in a network environment is presented in this paper. The client-server architecture was introduced, where the server is a pow- erful computing unit and the web browser application is a client for user interface purposes. The challenge was to develop an application running under the...
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