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25 Jan, 2017
CORYS offers THOR to the simulation industry for modeling complex, multi-phase fluid systems with high fidelity results.
23 Nov, 2016
CORYS’ American subsidiary renovated 12 simulators for an Atlanta training center in over a single weekend
27 Jan, 2016
Since the Rail Safety Improvement Act of 2008 was signed into law on 2008, Class I and commuter railroads have scrambled to integrate the infrastructural and organizational changes required to fully realize Positive Train Control (PTC)
18 Nov, 2015
Interfacing the thermal hydraulics advanced models with MELCOR severe accident codes, a complex integration
22 Jul, 2015
Several severe accident models were installed by CORYS on US nuclear plant full scope simulators these last few years. The training course described below was a first-of-a-kind. It appeared to be a creative and very effective training exercise, ...
24 Oct, 2014
The delivery of a flooding model as part of the training simulator for the Monticello nuclear power plant in Minnesota is a technical first. The aim is to prepare operators for this natural hazard – one that is being monitored very closely by the ...
12 Mar, 2014
One of the largest, most complex simulator upgrades in the U.S. nuclear power industry is proceeding on schedule at the NextEra Point Beach nuclear plant in Wisconsin.
11 Aug, 2012
An increasing number of CORYS’ 550 transport simulators have been upgraded to include Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) systems. This technology is now becoming widespread – and in many cases mandatory – in Europe (ERTMS) and the US (PTC). Here ...
06 Dec, 2011
Featuring touchscreens measuring over 1.3 m across which can be moved from one room to another, panels reproduced with astounding realism, and a direct, real-time interface with simulated models… Glass panels are opening up a whole new era in ...
28 Nov, 2011
CORYS Thunder is currently undertaking the complete renovation of the full-scale simulator at Constellation Energy Nuclear Group (CENG) Calvert Cliffs nuclear energy plant in Maryland. This includes new hardware architecture, a new instructor station, ...

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