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The major objectives will lead to the creation of a framework that combines all the strengths of AMUSE’s complicated calculations, well-established commercial system process package, and ISOPro’s flexible parameter optimization modules. Development of the process simulation code can be done using the solvent extraction process at Argonne National Laboratory in collaboration with the research team from the Mechanical Engineering Department at UNLV.
• Completed final version of the ISOPro User Manual associated with summarized ISOPro source codes.
• Redesigned and completed use case and design class diagrams (DCD) of the ISOPro package using ArgoUML.
• Improved ISOPro system and AMUSE data flow and recoding on VB.NET and ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) with improved data reading function.
Argonne Model for Universal Solvent Extraction (AMUSE); Computer programming; Radioactive wastes – Purification; Reactor fuel reprocessing; Separation (Technology); Software engineering; System analysis; Systems engineering; Transmutation (Chemistry)
Radioactive wastes--Purification; Separation (Technology); Transmutation (Chemistry)
Nuclear Engineering | Oil, Gas, and Energy | Software Engineering | Systems Engineering
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Development of Integrated Process Simulation System Model for Spent Fuel Treatment Facility Design.
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