Computing System For Computer Analysis Of Monitoring Data And Simulation Of Emergencies Of Natural And Technogenic Character
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I. V. Pavlov, D. V. Niyazgulov, D. A. Podziuban & E. N. Pyankov
This report presents the results of work carried out on the creation of the Computing system of the Regional Situational Center, which integrates information, mathematical and methodical means for computer simulation of emergency situations and analysis of monitoring data. Briefly described is the basic functionality of the developed software on the whole and constituent subsystems in particular. Keywords: a situational center, a geoinformation system, simulation of ES, monitoring, risk assessment. 1 Introduction Natural and technogenic risks that lead to emergency situations are currently some of the main dangers and hazards for mankind. The Ural region is unique throughout the world regarding its richness in objects of the atomic industry and other industrial objects, where potential accidents can lead to serious environmental contamination. According to the results of investigations carried out by Minpriroda specialists, \“Chelyabinsk region refers to 2 groups of territories of 7 groups (being third after Sverdlovsk and Kemerovo regions), the population of which is subject to high technogenic load. Some 600-800 thousand people live here under the conditions of elevated ecological risk”. Scientists and specialists from the Russian Federal Nuclear Center – All- Russian Scientific and Research Institute of Technical Physics named after Academician E.I. Zababakhin (RFNC-VNIITF) with the assistance of the International Scientific and Research Center (ISTC, Moscow), developed the
a situational center, a geoinformation system, simulation of ES, monitoring, risk assessment.