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Ukraine tests system of modeling breakdowns on nuclear plants
14:49, 5 July 2016
Ukraine tests system of modeling breakdowns on nuclear plants

Rodos system starts test work, showing evacuation ways during nuclear threats

14:49, 5 July 2016

Presidential Administration press office

The Rodos system started working in test mode in Ukraine. It is the system that is able to model the failure at nuclear power stations and its consequences, and to help find the ways of evacuations.

According to liga.net, the automatic system of preparing the decision taking consists of four computers in the Radiation accident consequence predicting center in the State emergency service of Ukraine. Each of the computers refers to separate Atomic power station - Rivne, South Ukrainian, Zaporizhia, and Khmelnytskyi power stations.

The system is able to model the virtual accidents to figure out the possible ways to recover after the accident in advance and to prevent them with preventative measures.

40 European institutes created the system with Ukrainian specialists. The EU financed the project.

Related: Ukraine’s FM Klimkin to honor 20th jubilee of Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

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