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JRODOS: Platform for improved long term countermeasures modelling and management

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 January 2012

W. Raskob
Affiliation:
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institut für Kern- und Energietechnik, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany
D. Trybushnyi
Affiliation:
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institut für Kern- und Energietechnik, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany
I. Ievdin
Affiliation:
Ukrainian Center for Environmental and Water Projects (UCEWP), Glushkova 42, 03187 Kiev, Ukraine
M. Zheleznyak
Affiliation:
Ukrainian Center for Environmental and Water Projects (UCEWP), Glushkova 42, 03187 Kiev, Ukraine
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Abstract

One of the major objectives of the 6th Framework EC RTD EURANOS (European Approach to Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Management and Rehabilitation Strategies) project was to improve the RODOS (Real-time on-line decision support) system in its operational applicability. In the first phase of the project two possibilities for the main system development has been discussed: either to carry out refinements in the current version of RODOS or to consider a complete software re-engineering. The RODOS Users Group (RUG) finally concluded that the latter option was one to be realised. As a result a JAVA based version named JRODOS has been developed introducing a cross-platform solution capable to run on most operation systems, including Windows, Macintosh and the main UNIX derivates. The re-engineered system preserves computational models from RODOS, adding a powerful GIS support and applying modern database technologies with flexible configuration possibilities. Furthermore, these new GIS functionalities allowed implementing advanced simulation models for simulating countermeasures in inhabited areas (ERMIN - European Model for Inhabited Areas) and food production systems (AGRICP – Agricultural Countermeasure Program). Both simulation models have been part of the EURANOS project and represent state of the art modelling capabilities in their respective area.

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Ehrhardt, J. and Weis, A. (eds), (2000), RODOS: Decision Support System for Off-site Nuclear Emergency Management in Europe. European Commission, Brussels, Report EUR 19144
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