Computer codes developed within the framework of the Rosatom Breakthrough project will become available to the world scientific community

Rosatom 21 October 2021 22:29 JSC "Breakthrough", the integrator of the project direction "Breakthrough" (part of the management circuit of the State Corporation "Rosatom"), and Intergraph PP &M, one of the world leaders in the field of software development for design, construction, commissioning and ensuring the smooth functioning of enterprises, signed an agreement under which the new generation codes developed within the framework of the project direction "Breakthrough" will become available to the world scientific community.
The document provides for cooperation in the use and distribution of software for the analysis and justification of safety for various engineering calculations of industrial facilities developed by the Russian side, not only in the nuclear industry, but also in related fields, including in the oil, gas, chemical, mining and others. Computer codes of the new generation are designed to calculate the risks of the population from the impact of nuclear facilities, substantiate their safety and perform other engineering calculations in normal operation and in emergency situations.
"The integration of new generation codes into the Intergraph PP&M product offer will help attract new partners and potential buyers of Russian software and expand the range of users of advanced domestic solutions," said Vyacheslav Pershukov, head of the Breakthrough project area at Rosatom State Corporation.
"We are pleased to cooperate with the Breakthrough project direction, which has extensive experience in developing innovative calculation codes, and are ready to offer our customers worldwide access to breakthrough technologies based on the scientific experience of one of the leading companies on the market," said Andreas Weisbecker, CEO of Intergraph PP&M (part of the Hexagon AB group of companies).
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The Breakthrough project is aimed at the creation and industrial implementation of a closed nuclear fuel cycle (SNC) based on fast neutron reactors. More detailed

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