AFRY Intelligent Scenario Modelling Model Library

The following models can be freely downloaded by anybody who has registered an account and log in. You can use the AFRY Intelligent Scenario Modelling Player to browse a model, inspect equations, change the input data and run simulations.

  • Simple Water Balance Model
    Simple Water Balance Model

    This is a simple model to illustrate the capability of AFRY Intelligent Scenario Modelling to be used to perform water balance calculations for the mining industry.

    FREE
  • AFRY Intelligent Scenario Modelling Models - Normalysa Sources model
    NORMALYSA ‘Sources’ library

    The ‘Sources’ library includes modules for calculation of radionuclides releases to air, surface waters and groundwater from the contaminated object (source-term) such as uranium mill tailings or radioactively contaminated land.

    FREE
  • AFRY Intelligent Scenario Modelling Models - Normalysa Cover Layers model
    NORMALYSA ‘Cover layers’ library

    The ‘Cover Layers’ library includes modules for simulating soil covers over the source in order to calculate resulting radon exhalation rate and concentration in air, as well as the external dose rate above the cover.

    FREE
  • AFRY Intelligent Scenario Modelling Models - Normalysa transports model
    NORMALYSA ‘Transports’ library

    The ‘Transports’ library includes modules for calculation of the atmospheric, groundwater or surface runoff transport of radionuclides from the contamination source to different receptors.

    FREE
  • AFRY Intelligent Scenario Modelling Models - Normalysa Receptors model
    NORMALYSA ‘Receptors’ library

    The ‘Receptors’ library includes modules for calculation of radionuclide transfer and redistribution process in different types of receptor environments.

    FREE
  • AFRY Intelligent Scenario Modelling Models - Normalysa Doses model
    NORMALYSA ‘Doses’ library

    A set of modules for calculation of doses to humans based on the radionuclide concentrations in different environmental media simulated using the receptor modules.

    FREE