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SCRAM


DESCRIPTION:

SCRAM is a free and open source probabilistic risk analysis tool. The tool is under development to include fault tree, event tree, common cause, and other standard analyses.



Features

  • Open-PSA Model Exchange Format
  • Event tree analysis
  • Static fault tree analysis
  • MOCUS/BDD/ZBDD
  • Non-coherent FTA
  • Minimal cut sets
  • Prime implicants
  • Probability analysis
  • Importance analysis
  • IEC 61508 Safety Integrity Levels
  • Uncertainty analysis w/ Monte-Carlo
  • Common-cause failure models
  • Alignment (mission and phases)
  • Substitutions (recovery rules, ...)
  • GUI front-end


Audience

Aerospace, Science/Research, Education, Management, Engineering


User interface

Console/Terminal, Command-line, Qt


Programming Language

Python, C++



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