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GRIF update 2013.7

This update corrects a problem in CCF period calculation (for periodically tested component).
The old method was too concervative, it is now solved.
You have to apply this update if you use boolean modules (Tree, SIL …)

Moreover, it corrects a bug in 64-bit version. it was always in demo mode.
For every 64-bit operating system user, we recommand you to use this version.

GRIF update 2013.6

This new version corrects/adds :
– Petri12: Filters on place-name are now available in results
– BFiab: It increases performances for Reliability Bloc Diagram with more than 1000 Blocs
– Petro: Calculation improvment for the contribution to losses
– Petro: Start-up time taken into account for every restart (and not only the first)
– SIL: PieChart Always visible in PDF report
– SIL: correct component information displayed in PDF report when “Existing component” is used
– SIL: many small corrections (SIF order in report, Solveur with “Existing component”, …)
– Tree : Logical-Tree-View corrected

GRIF update 2013.2

The 2013 version has new corrections and enhancements:

Corrections :
– Tree, BFiab: Prime impliquants display corrected (negations were misplaced),
– Tree: Objectives calculus corrected as they are restrictive in the case of repeated events
– Petri12: Display under transitions: ? and ! simple to respect the IEC 62551
– Petri12: Time unit and calculus type memorization within specific variable configuration
– GRIF: The « Search for shortcuts » function applies to an object on the current page displayed only
– Albizia: Updated to version 0.4e

Enhancements :
– SIL: Wrong reconfiguration probability has been slip up in 2 Omega: after test Omega and after repair Omega
– BStoK: Possibility to make batches modifying the resources (spare parts, maintenance teams)
– ETree: Template and example added in order to ease the module first handling

New version : GRIF 2013

Dear users,

a new version of GRIF-Workshop is now available. This version brings a great number of evolutions for all the modules, the main upgrades are:

GRIF (all modules)
– A new Copy/Paste allows you to choose the way the data are renamed (Use of suffix, prefix or search/replace),
– Rectangle tool added and possibility to anchor it for zones definition,
– Automatic batch creation by parameter variation,
– Possibility to save documents as templates,
– Excel format export of the results,
– Open files directly in Windows explorer,
– Possibility to display a computation report in a dynamic field,
– Copy/Paste of data tables from/to a spreadsheet,
– Automatic input of data access scripts in dynamic fields.

Curves (Improved chart system available for all modules)
– Possibility to add several curves all at one time in chart zone,
– Curves composed of dots generated by different computations,
– Size and unit management on the abscissa and ordinate,
– Display of pie charts/histograms depending on the time spent inside the zones.

Tree (Boolean package)
– Possibility to specify a probability objective on a gate and do probability allocation,
– Possibility to choose the doors and events sizes,
– Open-PSA format export,
– Empirical law added to be able to use computations generated by other computation engines (Markov …).

Boolean  computation (Upgrade available for all Boolean modules)
– Possibility to configure, under each object, the results to be displayed,
– Results column added (configurable) in the data table,
– UFI and MIF computations management on the non-coherent trees,
– A new type of data “component” has been added, it is made of several failure modes, ans you can compute minimal cut sets taking into account the “full component failure” and not each failure mode.
– Concept of “initiator events” that allows to define the appearance order of events for the frequency computation.

Booléen module (new module of boolean package)
– The Boolean module is now fully operational. It allows the use of various modeling types (Fault Tree, Block Diagram, Event Tree, Safety Loop) within the same document and the interaction between different parts.

-The 2012 version of the ETree module was limited to simple frequency computations, the 2013 version has all the required functions to elaborate a risk study considering:

  • The consequence gravity of each scenario,
  • The risks matrix with the acceptability zones.

Petri12 (package Simulation)
– Possibility to display seed that are used during simulation (for each story),
– You can know duplicate several data simultaneously (variables/parameters/tables),
– Multiprocessor computation up to 12 CPU,
– New result for place : number of token at the end of history
– Interactive simulation : automatic progress until a transition firing,
– Engine performance statistics added (to estimate computation time),
– Data “call hierachy” to identify where the variables/parameters/places are used…

SIL (package Booléen)
– Excel export of data and results,
– Architectural constraints (Hardware Fault Tolerance) for multichannel architectures Type A and Type B components,
– Pie chart for contribution in HMI,
– Possibility to duplicate a SIF in a document,
– More configuration-options for Partial Stroking test (duration of test, available or not during test),
– Advanced configuration of partial stroking tests,
– New PDF report.

Petro (New module)
– a new module dedicated to the study of multi-flow production system availability.

Moca-RP is now available in 13.19 version and Albizia in 0.4d version

This new version can be download on download page.

GRIF Update 2012.5

Dear GRIF-workshop users,
GRIF 2012.5 is available, it is an update of 2012 version, it contains the following corrections :
– SIL module: correctly import SIF description of GRIF-2011 files.
– Albizia is in 0.4d version, it corrects average UFI (PFH) with discontinuous functions
– BStoK,BFiab Modules: Import fix with GRIF-2011 files containing KooN connectors
– Protection against file corruption

It also adds 2 features in Petri12 module:
– you can export interactiv simulation history
– the triggering time of transitions is added in trace file

GRIF update 2012.3

Dear GRIF-workshop users,
GRIF 2012.3 is available, it is an update of 2012 version, it contains the following corrections :
– it uses the number format defined in document-options when a number is displayed in dynamic fields
– it corrects some bugs in Petri12 module and adds a new version of Moca-RP (13.12)
– it adds warning when you incorrectly use time() operator in Petri12
– it corrects bugs when you opens documents from 2011-SP1 version containing batch computations (every module but SIL).

We advise you to use this 2012.3 version.

New version : GRIF 2012

Dear GRIF users,
A new version of GRIF is available, the 2012 version comes with many new features. Here is list of main new features.

For every modules :
– Increase batch computation features
– New vector print system for perfect PDF output
– Available on windows XP Vista 7 (32bits and 64bits), and on Linux (32bits and 64bits)
– Increase performance for copy/paste with thousands of objects
– New charts (Pie, stacked bars …)
– You can now use specific character for names (% # & – . ….) and accents (é à è ü ù ê …)

For Tree module :
– Common cause failures
– New Import/Export file format (Aralia Simtree2.1, Cecilia Arbor 2, Open-PSA, Aralia Simtree4.3.0.108 xml)
– Easy Tree building (gate insertion, quick children addition)

For BFiab module
– Automatic layout
– Common cause failures

For BStoK module
– Automatic layout

For Petri12 module
– Variable for production profiles
– Vector variable (var[0] = var2[2] + 3 …)

For SIL module
– Many loops in a document
– Third Beta level (for sub-actuators)
– 1oo2 or 2oo2 sub-actuators
– specific part configuration (not only KooN)
– simple architecture modification with right-click on the system view
– new report layout with synthesis

A New Event-Tree module (will be improved in 2013 version)

A New Reliability Network module for bi-directional flow (IT Network, Electricity Network, Water Network …)

A New Boolean module which is a fusion of Fault-Tree, Block-Diagram, Event-Tree,SIF

New version GRIF 2011 Service-Pack 1

GRIF 2011 service-pack 1 is now available. It contains many new functionnalities for each module. Most important changes are the following:

GRIF (every modules)
– 64 bits Version
– Multi computation result bank (to store many results)
– Batch computation

Petri Nets module and Moca-RP
– random() function
– vector/table variables (for example : var = tab[2]; tab[i] = 794 …)

Tree Module Tree
– Import from Simtree 2.1
– Probabilities of cuts is displayed

Markov Module
– A complete new Markov module, where you can compute availability, efficiency, PFD and PFH very easily

Tree, SIL and BFiab Module
– New calculation of PFH / W for systemes with components that are unavailable during test.

ESREL 2011

SATODEV and TOTAL will be at the annual conference of ESREL (Septembre 19th – Septembre 22nd).
Let come on our stand to see the new functionnalities of GRIF 2011 Service Pack 1 :
– New Markov module
– Vector variable in MOCA-RP
– Automated bacth calculation for every module
– And many other things we will be pleased to show.