Special Sessions

SS 9. History, Current Status, and Future Development of PSA Tools
Date Oct. 5 (Wed)
Time 10:30-12:50
Venue Grand Hall 1 (B1)
Organizers Woo Sik JUNG (Sejong University, Korea, Republic of)
A number of sophisticated computer programs for probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) have been developed over decades to perform ecient fault tree analysis (FTA) and event tree analysis (ETA). Still they are being improved in order to satisfy nuclear industrial needs and regulatory requirements. This special session is for sharing the history, current status, and future development of these various tools.
RISKMAN, An Integrated Tool for PSA Donald WAKEFIELD (ABS Consulting, United States)
Phoenix Risk Monitor and Phoenix Architect Mary PRESLEY (Electric Power Research Institute, United States)
Overview of the SAPHIRE Probabilistic Risk Analysis Software Curtis SMITH (Idaho National Lab, United States)
RiskSpectrum Past, Present and Future Johan SORMAN (Lloyd’s Register Consulting, Sweden)
AIMS-PSA: A Software for Integrated PSA Sang Hoon HAN (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Korea, Republic of)
The Past, Present and Future of SAREX Ho SEOK (KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company Inc., Korea, Republic of)
FTREX Development History for Various PSA Packages Woo Sik JUNG (Sejong University, Korea, Republic of)

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