We use tcl/tk and the following extensions in our power plant simulator.
- tko::graph - curve dislay
- tablelist - all sort of tables
- tko::path - drawings, softpanel
- sqlite - archiv
- pdf4tcl - printing
Display and animation of logic and process diagrams (path)
Curve display, online, offline 2 xy axis pairs (graph)
- Verification of simulation results
- Online archiv with saving of all variable changes (up to 3000 variables and 250 ms)
Softpanel replica of original hardware (path)
- Overview of all panels on the simulator (path)
- Example panel display (path)
- Including recorders and special displays
- Can be used instead or side by side with hardpanel
Core display (path)
- Display of current core values
EF Am I understanding it right that you use a Tcl/Tk-based software to simulate the real functioning of the command and control system of your nuclear plant (for educational purposes)?
RZ No. I'm using tcl/tk for all graphical user interfaces. The simulator is a fullscope written in Fortran/C/C++.