The nuclear industry has a high level of regulatory standards that are met by ETAP’s strict quality measures, evident in the fact that, in the US, ETAP is the only High Impact power system analysis software approved for nuclear use.
ETAP is Verified and Validated (V&V) against field results, real system measurements, established programs, and hand calculations in order to ensure its technical accuracy. Each release of ETAP undergoes a complete V&V process using hundreds of test cases for each and every calculation module.
ETAP is driven to constantly be refined and enhanced for the nuclear community. ETAP annually hosts the ETAP Nuclear Utility User Conference in order for attendees to discuss project experiences and the capability for ETAP to optimize nuclear utility power systems. This year’s conference takes place June 21-23, followed by a symposium on June 24.
The United States is home to 64 nuclear power plants which are responsible for producing approximately 20% of the nation’s electricity. The important nature of nuclear power plants is unmistakable, which makes it all the more significant that 94% of U.S. nuclear plants use ETAP electrical engineering software to manage their power systems.
ETAP prides itself in providing superior engineering services and is proud to be the software of choice for nuclear power systems management across the United States.