Nuclear High-Impact

ETAP Nuclear Power Generation - High Impact Software

ETAP software meets the rigid standards for quality and safety established by U.S. and international standards bodies for nuclear facilities. Some of the largest firms in the industry – AREVA, Bechtel Power Corp., URS Washington Division, Black & Veatch, Sargent & Lundy, Washington Savannah River Company Westinghouse, and many others – rely on ETAP to ensure the highest possible project quality and manageability.

Why ETAP for Nuclear Facilities

  • Established and credible high-impact Quality Assurance Program since 1991
  • Complete software and library Verification & Validation in compliance with Title 10 Part 50, App B and Part 21
  • Receive formal notification of in-depth exception listing of performance
  • Most commonly used analysis software in US nuclear power plants
  • Unique capabilities with unsurpassed user-friendliness
  • State-of-the-art software and engineering technology
  • All development and technical support provided by ETAP engineers (ETAP Corporate Office)

Benefits of Using ETAP

  • Eliminate man-hours and expense of internal software validation
  • Gain proof of software and libraries accuracy with minimal investment
  • Receive updated documentation of ongoing audits of ETAP
  • Operate your system with a virtual reality model concept
  • Gain more understanding of your system limitations
  • Manage system modifications in one integrated database
  • Have a team of experts for support
  • Avoid unnecessary system upgrade costs

International Nuclear Projects Rely on ETAP

ETAP is also the standard software for nuclear companies around the world. Countries using ETAP for nuclear projects include:

  • Argentina
  • Canada
  • China
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • India
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • Spain
  • Taiwan

U.S. Nuclear Power Generation Plants

etap nuclear users percentage
ETAP has established itself as the de facto standard within the United States nuclear generation plants, so much so that 57 out of 61 operating plants (93%) have standardized on ETAP.

57 out of 61 operating plants (93%) have standardized on ETAP

  • Alvin W. Vogtle
  • Arkansas Nuclear One
  • Beaver Valley
  • Braidwood
  • Browns Ferry
  • Brunswick
  • Byron
  • Calvert Cliffs
  • Catawba
  • Clinton
  • Columbia Generating Station
  • Comanche Peak
  • Davis-Besse
  • Diablo Canyon
  • Donald C. Cook
  • Dresden
  • Duane Arnold
  • Edwin I Hatch
  • Fermi
  • Grand Gulf
  • Hope Creek
  • Indian Point
  • James A. Fitzpatrick
  • Joseph M. Farley
  • LaSalle County
  • Limerick
  • McGuire
  • Millstone
  • Monticello
  • Nine Mile Point
  • North Anna
  • Oconee
  • Oyster Creek
  • Palo Verde
  • Peach Bottom
  • Perry
  • Pilgrim
  • Point Beach
  • Prairie Island
  • Quad Cities
  • R.E. Ginna
  • River Bend
  • Robinson
  • Salem
  • Seabrook
  • Sequoyah
  • Shearon Harris
  • South Texas Project
  • St. Lucie
  • Surry
  • Susquehanna
  • Three Mile Island
  • Turkey Point
  • V.C. Summer
  • Waterford 3
  • Watts Bar
  • Wolf Creek
map of US etap nuclear users
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