Probabilistic risk analysis tool
SCRAM is cross-platform probabilistic risk analysis software. SCRAM stands for the recursive acronym SCRAM is a Command-line Risk Analysis Multi-tool. The name and logo are inspired by SCRAM, an emergency nuclear-reactor shutdown, which is one of primary and early applications of probabilistic risk analysis.
The project aims to build a command line tool for probabilistic risk analysis. SCRAM is capable of performing event tree analysis, static fault tree analysis, analysis with common cause failure models, probability calculations with importance analysis, and uncertainty analysis with Monte Carlo simulations. This tool can handle non-coherent fault trees, containing NOT logic.
A complementary GUI front-end (based on Qt5) is under development for visualization and manipulation of risk analysis models and reports.
15 September 2017
Leaders and contributors
|Olzhas Rakhimov (Rakhimov)||Developer|
Resources and communication
|Developers and users||Bug Tracking||https://github.com/rakhimov/scram/issues|
|Developers||VCS Repository Webview||https://github.com/rakhimov/scram|
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