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Symbolic Nuclear Analysis Package

The Symbolic Nuclear Analysis Package (SNAP) consists of a suite of integrated applications designed to simplify the process of performing engineering analysis. SNAP is built on the Common Application Framework for Engineering Analysis (CAFEAN) which provides a highly flexible framework for creating and editing input for engineering analysis codes as well as extensive functionality for submitting, monitoring, and interacting with the codes.

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Getting Started

A guide to downloading and installing SNAP and its prerequisite software.

Documentation

Users' manuals, on-line instruction, tutorials, and other SNAP related materials.

SNAP Plug-ins

Find information about the various SNAP plug-ins available to users.

Technical Support

Technical support is available to CAMP members, NRC contractors and SNAP User's Group members.

Change Log

SNAP 4.3.0 - Released 6/18/2024:

  • An issue was found during automated testing which caused a large number of necessary comparisons to occur when building the list for NIF export. This would cause the GUI to seemingly lock up as the export numerics options was selected.
  • The ability to search through numerics with a filter has been added to the variable selection dialog.
  • A new dialog has been implemented for creating a numeric variable directly from the selection dialog.
  • A new dialog has been implemented for managing user-defined variables.
  • A stability issue was corrected which could put the ModelEditor in a locked state after submitting a model.
  • A new dialog has been implemented for displaying log files in the model editor.
  • The progress dialog when opening MED file has been updated to show progress.
  • The welcome screen now has a link to SNAP training videos.
  • The ASCII plug-in now supports using any application definition in the calculation server.
  • An issue was resolved that caused the Model Editor to crash when supplying a model to be opened on the command line.
  • A new toolbar button has been added to open the find component dialog.
  • The Multiple Object Selection Dialog was updated to have an updated look and feel, which includes striping the rows in the lists and supporting a filter.
  • Updated the look and feel of the generic table editing dialog.
  • Added the ability to add command line arguments for Black Box job steps from within the model editor.
  • Added the ability to place '${taskid}' tokens in the input and output filenames for a Black Box application definition. These tokens will be replaced with the Task Name upon submission.

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