# Safety, Reliability and Risk Analysis

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Safety, Reliability and Risk Analysis book

Theory, Methods and Applications (4 Volumes + CD-ROM)

# Safety, Reliability and Risk Analysis

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Safety, Reliability and Risk Analysis book

Theory, Methods and Applications (4 Volumes + CD-ROM)

Edited BySebastian Martorell, Carlos Guedes Soares, Julie Barnett

Edition 1st Edition

First Published 2008

eBook Published 10 September 2008

Pub. location London

Imprint CRC Press

Pages 3510 pages

eBook ISBN 9780429176418

SubjectsEngineering & Technology

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Martorell, S. (Ed.), Guedes Soares, C. (Ed.), Barnett, J. (Ed.). (2009). Safety, Reliability and Risk Analysis. London: CRC Press, https://doi.org/10.1201/9781482266481

Safety, Reliability and Risk Analysis. Theory, Methods and Applications contains the papers presented at the joint ESREL (European Safety and Reliability) and SRA-Europe (Society for Risk Analysis Europe) Conference (Valencia, Spain, 22-25 September 2008). The book covers a wide range of topics, including: Accident and Incident Investigation; Crisi

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

chapter |8 pages

#### A code for the simulation of human failure events in nuclear power plants: SIMPROC

ByJ. Gil, J. Esperón, L. Gamo, I. Fernández, P. González, J. Moreno, A. Expósito, C. Queral, G. Rodríguez & J. Hortal

chapter |8 pages

#### A preliminary analysis of the ‘Tlahuac’ incident by applying the MORT technique

ByJ.R. Santos-Reyes, S. Olmos-Peña & L.M. Hernández-Simón

chapter |8 pages

#### Comparing a multi-linear (STEP) and systemic (FRAM) method for accident analysis

ByI.A. Herrera & R. Woltjer

chapter |6 pages

#### Development of a database for reporting and analysis of near misses in the Italian chemical industry

ByR.V. Gagliardi & G. Astarita

chapter |6 pages

#### Development of incident report analysis system based on m-SHEL ontology

ByY. Asada, T. Kanno & K. Furuta

chapter |6 pages

#### Forklifts overturn incidents and prevention in Taiwan

ByK.Y. Chen, S.-H. Wu & C.-M. Shu

chapter |12 pages

#### Formal modelling of incidents and accidents as a means for enriching training material for satellite control operations

ByS. Basnyat, P. Palanque, R. Bernhaupt & E. Poupart

chapter |8 pages

#### Organizational analysis of availability: What are the lessons for a high risk industrial company?

ByM. Voirin, S. Pierlot & Y. Dien

chapter |6 pages

#### Thermal explosion analysis of methyl ethyl ketone peroxide by non-isothermal and isothermal calorimetry application

ByS.H. Wu, J.M. Tseng & C.M. Shu

chapter |4 pages

#### A mathematical model for risk analysis of disaster chains

ByA. Xuewei Ji, B. Wenguo Weng & Pan Li

chapter |8 pages

#### On the constructive role of multi-criteria analysis in complex decision-making: An application in radiological emergency management

ByC. Turcanu, B. Carlé, J. Paridaens & F. Hardeman

chapter |6 pages

#### Complex, expert based multi-role assessment system for small and medium enterprises

ByS.G. Kovacs & M. Costescu

chapter |8 pages

#### DETECT: A novel framework for the detection of attacks to critical infrastructures

ByF. Flammini, A. Gaglione, N. Mazzocca & C. Pragliola

chapter |8 pages

#### Methodology and software platform for multi-layer causal modeling

ByK.M. Groth, C. Wang, D. Zhu & A. Mosleh

chapter |8 pages

#### SCAIS (Simulation Code System for Integrated Safety Assessment): Current status and applications

ByJ.M. Izquierdo, J. Hortal, M. Sánchez, E. Meléndez, R. Herrero, J. Gil, L. Gamo, I. Fernández, J. Esperón, P. González, C. Queral, A. Expósito & G. Rodríguez

chapter |8 pages

#### Weak signals of potential accidents at ‘‘Seveso’’ establishments

ByP.A. Bragatto, P. Agnello, S. Ansaldi & P. Pittiglio

chapter |8 pages

#### Application of a vapour compression chiller lumped model for fault detection

ByJ. Navarro-Esbrí, A. Real, D. Ginestar & S. Martorell

chapter |8 pages

#### Automatic source code analysis of failure modes causing error propagation

ByS. Sarshar & R. Winther

chapter |10 pages

#### Development of a prognostic tool to perform reliability analysis

ByM. El-Koujok, R. Gouriveau & N. Zerhouni

chapter |4 pages

#### Fault detection and diagnosis in monitoring a hot dip galvanizing line using multivariate statistical process control

ByJ.C. García-Díaz

chapter |6 pages

#### Fault identification, diagnosis and compensation of flatness errors in hard turning of tool steels

ByF. Veiga, J. Fernández, E. Viles, M. Arizmendi, A. Gil & M.L. Penalva

chapter |8 pages

#### From diagnosis to prognosis: A maintenance experience for an electric locomotive

ByO. Borgia, F. De Carlo & M. Tucci

chapter |6 pages

#### A study on the validity of R-TACOM measure by comparing operator response time data

ByJ. Park & W. Jung

chapter |6 pages

#### An evaluation of the Enhanced Bayesian THERP method using simulator data

ByK. Bladh, J.-E. Holmberg & P. Pyy

chapter |10 pages

#### Comparing CESA-Q human reliability analysis with evidence from simulator: A first attempt

ByL. Podofillini & B. Reer

chapter |6 pages

#### Exploratory and confirmatory analysis of the relationship between social norms and safety behavior

ByC. Fugas, S.A. da Silva & J.L. Melià

chapter |10 pages

#### Functional safety and layer of protection analysis with regard to human factors

ByK.T. Kosmowski

chapter |8 pages

#### How employees’ use of information technology systems shape reliable operations of large scale technological systems

ByT.K. Andersen, P. Næsje, H. Torvatn & K. Skarholt

chapter |8 pages

#### Incorporating simulator evidence into HRA: Insights from the data analysis of the international HRA empirical study

ByS. Massaiu, P.Ø. Braarud & M. Hildebrandt

chapter |6 pages

#### Insights from the ‘‘HRA international empirical study’’: How to link data and HRA with MERMOS

ByH. Pesme, P. Le Bot & P. Meyer

chapter |10 pages

#### Operators’ response time estimation for a critical task using the fuzzy logic theory

ByM. Konstandinidou, Z. Nivolianitou, G. Simos, C. Kiranoudis & N. Markatos

chapter |6 pages

#### The influence of personal variables on changes in driver behaviour

ByS. Heslop, J. Harvey, N. Thorpe & C. Mulley

chapter |8 pages

#### The key role of expert judgment in CO2 underground storage projects

ByC. Vivalda & L. Jammes

chapter |8 pages

#### Comparisons and discussion of different integrated risk approaches

ByR. Steen & T. Aven

chapter |10 pages

#### Management of risk caused by domino effect resulting from design system dysfunctions

ByS. Sperandio, V. Robin & Ph. Girard

chapter |10 pages

#### On some aspects related to the use of integrated risk analyses for the decision making process, including its use in the non-nuclear applications

ByD. Serbanescu, A.L. Vetere Arellano & A. Colli

chapter |10 pages

#### On the usage of weather derivatives in Austria—An empirical study

ByM. Bank & R. Wiesner

chapter |4 pages

#### Precaution in practice? The case of nanomaterial industry

ByH. Kastenholz, A. Helland & M. Siegrist

chapter |10 pages

#### Shifts in environmental health risk governance: An analytical framework

ByH.A.C. Runhaar, J.P. van der Sluijs & P.P.J. Driessen

chapter |8 pages

#### Accidents, risk analysis and safety management—Different perspective at a Swedish safety authority

ByO. Harrami, M. Strömgren, U. Postgård & R. All

chapter |8 pages

#### Evaluation of risk and safety issues at the Swedish Rescue Services Agency

ByO. Harrami, U. Postgård & M. Strömgren

chapter |8 pages

#### Regulation of information security and the impact on top management commitment— A comparative study of the electric power supply sector and the finance sector

ByJ.M. Hagen & E. Albrechtsen

chapter |6 pages

#### The unintended consequences of risk regulation

ByB.H. MacGillivray, R.E. Alcock & J.S. Busby

chapter |8 pages

#### A hybrid age-based maintenance policy for heterogeneous items

ByP.A. Scarf, C.A.V. Cavalcante, R.W. Dwight & P. Gordon

chapter |10 pages

#### A stochastic process model for computing the cost of a condition-based maintenance plan

ByJ.A.M. van der Weide, M.D. Pandey & J.M. van Noortwijk

chapter |8 pages

#### A study about influence of uncertain distribution inputs in maintenance optimization

ByR. Mullor, S. Martorell, A. Sánchez & N. Martinez-Alzamora

chapter |6 pages

#### Aging processes as a primary aspect of predicting reliability and life of aeronautical hardware

ByJ. Z˙urek, M. Zieja, G. Kowalczyk & T. Niezgoda

chapter |6 pages

#### An imperfect preventive maintenance model with dependent failure modes

ByI.T. Castro

chapter |8 pages

#### Condition-based maintenance approaches for deteriorating system influenced by environmental conditions

ByE. Deloux, B. Castanier & C. Bérenguer

chapter |6 pages

#### Corrective maintenance for aging air conditioning systems

ByI. Frenkel, L. Khvatskin & A. Lisnianski

chapter |8 pages

#### Exact reliability quantification of highly reliable systems with maintenance

ByR. Briš

chapter |8 pages

#### Genetic algorithm optimization of preventive maintenance scheduling for repairable systems modeled by generalized renewal process

ByP.A.A. Garcia, M.C. Sant’Ana, V.C. Damaso & P.F. Frutuoso e Melo

chapter |10 pages

#### Maintenance modelling integrating human and material resources

ByS. Martorell, M. Villamizar, A. Sánchez & G. Clemente

chapter |8 pages

#### Modelling competing risks and opportunistic maintenance with expert judgement

ByT. Bedford & B.M. Alkali

chapter |8 pages

#### Modelling different types of failure and residual life estimation for condition-based maintenance

ByM.J. Carr & W. Wang

chapter |10 pages

#### Multi-component systems modeling for quantifying complex maintenance strategies

ByV. Zille, C. Bérenguer, A. Grall, A. Despujols & J. Lonchampt

chapter |10 pages

#### Multiobjective optimization of redundancy allocation in systems with imperfect repairs via ant colony and discrete event simulation

ByI.D. Lins & E. López Droguett

chapter |8 pages

#### Non-homogeneous Markov reward model for aging multi-state system under corrective maintenance

ByA. Lisnianski & I. Frenkel

chapter |8 pages

#### On the modeling of ageing using Weibull models: Case studies

ByP. Praks, H. Fernandez Bacarizo & P.-E. Labeau

chapter |8 pages

#### On-line condition-based maintenance for systems with several modes of degradation

ByA. Ponchet, M. Fouladirad & A. Grall

chapter |6 pages

#### Opportunity-based age replacement for a system under two types of failures

ByF.G. Badía & M.D. Berrade

chapter |6 pages

#### Optimal periodic inspection of series systems with revealed and unrevealed failures

ByM. Carvalho, E. Nunes & J. Telhada

chapter |10 pages

#### Optimal periodic inspection/replacement policy for deteriorating systems with explanatory variables

ByX. Zhao, M. Fouladirad, C. Bérenguer & L. Bordes

chapter |8 pages

#### Optimal replacement policy for components with general failure rates submitted to obsolescence

ByS. Mercier

chapter |8 pages

#### Optimization of the maintenance function at a company

ByS. Adjabi, K. Adel-Aissanou & M. Azi

chapter |8 pages

#### Planning and scheduling maintenance resources in a complex system

ByM. Newby & C. Barker

chapter |8 pages

#### Preventive maintenance planning using prior expert knowledge and multicriteria method PROMETHEE III

ByF.A. Figueiredo, C.A.V. Cavalcante & A.T. de Almeida

chapter |6 pages

#### Profitability assessment of outsourcing maintenance from the producer (big rotary machine study)

ByP. Fuchs & J. Zajicek

chapter |8 pages

#### Simulated annealing method for the selective maintenance optimization of multi-mission series-parallel systems

ByA. Khatab, D. Ait-Kadi & A. Artiba

chapter |10 pages

#### Study on the availability of a k-out-of-N System given limited spares under (m, Ng) maintenance policy

ByT. Zhang, H.T. Lei & B. Guo

chapter |10 pages

#### System value trajectories, maintenance, and its present value

ByK.B. Marais & J.H. Saleh

chapter |6 pages

#### The maintenance management framework: A practical view to maintenance management

ByA. Crespo Márquez, P. Moreu de León, J.F. Gómez Fernández, C. Parra Márquez & V. González

chapter |10 pages

#### Workplace occupation and equipment availability and utilization, in the context of maintenance float systems

ByI.S. Lopes, A.F. Leitão & G.A.B. Pereira

chapter |10 pages

#### Availability and reliability assessment of industrial complex systems: A practical view applied on a bioethanol plant simulation

ByV. González, C. Parra, J.F. Gómez, A. Crespo & P. Moreu de León

chapter |6 pages

#### Handling dependencies between variables with imprecise probabilistic models

ByS. Destercke & E. Chojnacki

chapter |6 pages

#### Monte Carlo simulation for investigating the influence of maintenance strategies on the production availability of offshore installations

ByK.P. Chang, D. Chang, T.J. Rhee & E. Zio

chapter |16 pages

#### Reliability analysis of discrete multi-state systems by means of subset simulation

ByE. Zio & N. Pedroni

chapter |6 pages

#### Application of virtual reality technologies to improve occupational & industrial safety in industrial processes

ByJ. Rubio, B. Rubio, C. Vaquero, N. Galarza, A. Pelaz, J.L. Ipiña, D. Sagasti & L. Jordá

chapter |6 pages

#### Applying the resilience concept in practice: A case study from the oil and gas industry

ByL. Hansson, I. Andrade Herrera, T. Kongsvik & G. Solberg

chapter |10 pages

#### Development of an assessment tool to facilitate OHS management based upon the safe place, safe person, safe systems framework

ByA.-M. Makin & C. Winder

chapter |8 pages

#### Exploring knowledge translation in occupational health using the mental models approach: A case study of machine shops

ByA.-M. Nicol & A.C. Hurrell

chapter |4 pages

#### Mathematical modelling of risk factors concerning work-related traffic accidents

ByC. Santamaría, G. Rubio, B. García & E. Navarro

chapter |6 pages

#### New performance indicators for the health and safety domain: A benchmarking use perspective

ByH.V. Neto, P.M. Arezes & S.D. Sousa

chapter |10 pages

#### Occupational risk management for fall from height

ByO.N. Aneziris, M. Konstandinidou, I.A. Papazoglou, M. Mud, M. Damen, J. Kuiper, H. Baksteen, L.J. Bellamy, J.G. Post & J. Oh

chapter |10 pages

#### Occupational risk management for vapour/gas explosions

ByI.A. Papazoglou, O.N. Aneziris, M. Konstandinidou, M. Mud, M. Damen, J. Kuiper, A. Bloemhoff, H. Baksteen, L.J. Bellamy, J.G. Post & J. Oh

chapter |10 pages

#### Occupational risk of an aluminium industry

ByO.N. Aneziris, I.A. Papazoglou & O. Doudakmani

chapter |8 pages

#### Risk regulation bureaucracies in EU accession states: Drinking water safety in Estonia

ByK. Kangur

chapter |8 pages

#### Can organisational learning improve safety and resilience during changes?

ByS.O. Johnsen & S. Håbrekke

chapter |8 pages

#### Consequence analysis as organizational development

ByB. Moltu, A. Jarl Ringstad & G. Guttormsen

chapter |8 pages

#### Integrated operations and leadership—How virtual cooperation influences leadership practice

ByK. Skarholt, P. Næsje, V. Hepsø & A.S. Bye

chapter |10 pages

#### Outsourcing maintenance in services providers

ByJ.F. Gómez, C. Parra, V. González, A. Crespo & P. Moreu de León

chapter |8 pages

#### Revising rules and reviving knowledge in the Norwegian railway system

ByH.C. Blakstad, R. Rosness & J. Hovden

chapter |6 pages

#### Risk Management in systems: Learning to recognize and respond to weak signals

ByE. Guillaume

chapter |2 pages

#### Evaluation of device reliability based on accelerated tests

ByE. Nogueira Díaz, M. Vázquez López & D. Rodríguez Cano

chapter |6 pages

#### Collection and analysis of reliability data over the whole product lifetime of vehicles

ByS.J. Park, S.D. Park & K.T. Jo

chapter |10 pages

#### Life test applied to Brazilian friction-resistant low alloy-high strength steel rails

ByD.I. De Souza, A. Naked Haddad & D. Rocha Fonseca

chapter |8 pages

#### Evaluation methodology of industry equipment functional reliability

ByC. Parra Márquez, A. Crespo Márquez, P. Moreu de León, J. Gómez Fernández & V. González Díaz

chapter |10 pages

#### Life test applied to Brazilian friction-resistant low alloy-high strength steel rails

ByE. Calixto & E. Lèbre La Rovere

chapter |6 pages

#### Robust estimation for an imperfect test and repair model using Gaussian mixtures

ByG. Hardman, T. Bedford, J. Quigley & L. Walls

chapter |2 pages

#### The measurement and management of Deca-BDE—Why the continued certainty of uncertainty?

ByR.E. Alcock, B.H. McGillivray & J.S. Busby

chapter |6 pages

#### Licensing a Biofuel plan transforming animal fats

ByR. Lisi, M.F. Milazzo & G. Maschio

chapter |8 pages

#### A risk theory based on hyperbolic parallel curves and risk assessment in time

ByA. Jodejko & T. Nowakowski

chapter |8 pages

#### Experimental study of jet fires

ByM. Gómez-Mares, A. Palacios, A. Peiretti, M. Muñoz & J. Casal

chapter |6 pages

#### Conceptualizing and managing risk networks. New insights for risk management

ByJ.E. Núñez Mc Leod & S.S. Rivera

chapter |10 pages

#### Developments in fault tree techniques and importance measures

ByP. Yukhymets, R. Spitsa & S. Kobelsky

chapter |6 pages

#### Risk analysis in extreme environmental conditions for Aconcagua Mountain station

ByF. Innal, Y. Dutuit, A. Rauzy & J.-P. Signoret

chapter |8 pages

#### Risk perception and cultural theory: Criticism and methodological orientation

ByJ. Fernández, A. Quijano, M.L. Soriano & V. Fuster

chapter |8 pages

#### Leadership and safety climate in the construction industry

ByJ.L. Meliá, M. Becerril, S.A. Silva & K. Mearns

chapter |8 pages

#### ERTMS, deals on wheels? An inquiry into a major railway project

ByJ.A. Stoop, J.H. Baggen, J.M. Vleugel & J.L.M. Vrancken

chapter |8 pages

#### Risk management model for industrial plants maintenance

ByJ. Marcos, D. Bóveda, A. Fernández & E. Soto

chapter |8 pages

#### Building resilience to natural hazards. Practices and policies on governance and mitigation in the central region of Portugal

ByJ.M. Mendes & A.T. Tavares

chapter |10 pages

#### The modeling of time-dependent reliability of deteriorating structures

ByZ. Tian, G. Levitin & M.J. Zuo

chapter |4 pages

#### Application of the fault tree analysis for assessment of the power system reliability

ByA. Volkanovski, M. Cˇepin & B. Mavko

chapter |2 pages

#### BDMP (Boolean logic driven Markov processes) as an alternative to event trees

ByM. Bouissou

chapter |8 pages

#### A new approach to assess the reliability of a multi-state system with dependent components

ByD. Valis & M. Koucky

chapter |8 pages

#### An efficient reliability computation of generalized multi-state k-out-of-n systems

ByT. Akiba, H. Yamamoto, T. Yamaguchi, K. Shingyochi & Y. Tsujimura

chapter |8 pages

#### Evaluating algorithms for the system state distribution of multi-state k-out-of-n:F system

ByJ. Navarro, F.J. Samaniego, N. Balakrishnan & D. Bhattacharya

chapter |6 pages

#### Modeling failure cascades in network systems due to distributed random disturbances

ByX. Quayzin, E. Arbaretier, Z. Brik & A. Rauzy

chapter |6 pages

#### Modeling of the changes of graphite bore in RBMK-1500 type nuclear reactor

ByZ. Yufang, Y. Hong & L. Jun

chapter |8 pages

#### Reliability evaluation of III-V Concentrator solar cells

ByN. Núñez, J.R. González, M. Vázquez, C. Algora & I. Rey-Stolle

chapter |6 pages

#### On some approaches to defining virtual age of non-repairable objects

ByK. Kolowrocki & J. Soszynska

chapter |10 pages

#### PFD of higher-order configurations of SIS with partial stroke testing capability

ByE. Zaitseva & S. Puuronen

chapter |8 pages

#### Reliability prediction using petri nets for on-demand safety systems with fault detection

ByL. Muslewski, M. Woropay & G. Hoppe

chapter |16 pages

#### Reliability, availability and cost analysis of large multi-state systems with ageing components

ByU.K. Rakowsky

chapter |10 pages

#### Weaknesses of classic availability calculations for interlinked production systems and their overcoming

ByD. Achermann

chapter |8 pages

#### Representation and estimation of multi-state system reliability by decision diagrams

ByM. Sniedovich

chapter |12 pages

#### Types and sources of uncertainties in environmental accidental risk assessment: A case study for a chemical factory in the Alpine region of Slovenia

ByM. Gerbec & B. Kontic

chapter |10 pages

#### Types and sources of uncertainties in environmental accidental risk assessment: A case study for a chemical factory in the Alpine region of Slovenia

ByJ. Gäng & B. Bertsche

chapter |10 pages

#### Stochastic modeling and prediction of catalytic converters degradation

ByS. Barone, M. Giorgio, M. Guida & G. Pulcini

chapter |8 pages

#### Predicting airport runway conditions based on weather data

ByE. Doménech, I. Escriche & S. Martorell

chapter |6 pages

#### Accidental scenarios in the loss of control of chemical processes: Screening the impact profile of secondary substances

ByM. Cordella, A. Tugnoli, P. Morra, V. Cozzani & F. Barontini

chapter |10 pages

#### Reliability study of shutdown process through the analysis of decision making in chemical plants. Case of study: South America, Spain and Portugal

ByL. Amendola, M.A. Artacho & T. Depool

chapter |8 pages

#### Accidental scenarios in the loss of control of chemical processes: Screening the impact profile of secondary substances

ByJ. Dunjó, J.A. Vílchez & J. Arnaldos

chapter |8 pages

#### Quantitative assessment of domino effect in an extended industrial area

ByE. Castillo, C. Castillo & R. Mínguez

chapter |6 pages

#### Study of the application of risk management practices in shutdown chemical process

ByJ. Johansson & H. Jönsson

chapter |16 pages

#### Use of extreme value theory in engineering design

ByM. Jallouli, C. Diou, F. Monteiro, A. Dandache, H. Belhadaoui, O. Malassé, G. Buchheit, J.F. Aubry & H. Medromi

chapter |8 pages

#### Proactive risk assessment of critical infrastructures

ByJ.D. Amaral Netto, L.F.S. Oliveira & D. Faertes

chapter |24 pages

#### The estimation of health effect risks based on different sampling intervals of meteorological data

ByJ. Jeong & S. Hoon Han

chapter |2 pages

#### Information security measures influencing user performance

ByE. Albrechtsen & J.M. Hagen

chapter |8 pages

#### Application of Bayesian networks for risk assessment in electricity distribution system maintenance management

ByM. Bank & M. Gruber

chapter |6 pages

#### Mathematical simulation of energy supply disturbances

ByR. Mínguez, A.J. Conejo, R. García-Bertrand & E. Castillo

chapter |6 pages

#### Security of gas supply to a gas plant from cave storage using discrete-event simulation

ByM. Grazia Gnoni, G. Lettera & P. Angelo Bragatto

chapter |8 pages

#### SES RISK a new framework to support decisions on energy supply

ByA. Sánchez, A. Goti & V. Rodríguez

chapter |6 pages

#### Specification of reliability benchmarks for offshore wind farms

ByA. Colli, D. Serbanescu & B.J.M. Ale

chapter |6 pages

#### A framework for the assessment of the industrial risk caused by floods

ByM. Campedel, G. Antonioni, V. Cozzani & G. Di Baldassarre

chapter |10 pages

#### Behaviouristic approaches to insurance decisions in the context of natural hazards

ByN. Bischof, H. Romang & M. Bründl

chapter |2 pages

#### Heat-up calculation to screen out the room cooling failure function from a PSA model

ByM. Hwang, C. Yoon & J.-E. Yang

chapter |6 pages

#### Investigating the material limits on social construction: Practical reasoning about nuclear fusion and other technologies

ByG.M. Lamvik, P.C. Næsje, K. Skarholt & H. Torvatn

chapter |10 pages

#### Preliminary probabilistic study for risk management associated to casing long-term integrity in the context of CO2 geological sequestration—Recommendations for cement plug geometry

ByY. Le Guen, O. Poupard, J.-B. Giraud & M. Loizzo

chapter |8 pages

#### Probabilistic safety assessment for other modes than power operation

ByC.K. Tveiten & P.M. Schiefloe

chapter |4 pages

#### Risk futures in Europe: Perspectives for future research and governance. Insights from a EU funded project

ByS. Menoni

chapter |8 pages

#### Line pack management for improved regularity in pipeline gas transportation networks

ByS.H. Jore & O. Njå

chapter |10 pages

#### Optimization of proof test policies for safety instrumented systems using multi-objective genetic algorithms

ByE. Salzano & A. Basco

chapter |10 pages

#### Assesment of energy supply security indicators for Lithuania

ByJ. Augutis, R. Krikštolaitis, V. Matuziene & S. Pecˇiulyte˙

chapter |8 pages

#### Safety representative and managers: Partners in health and safety?

ByG. Landucci, M. Molag, J. Reinders & V. Cozzani

chapter |8 pages

#### Logistics of dangerous goods: A GLOBAL risk assessment approach

ByC. Mazri, C. Deust, B. Nedelec, C. Bouissou, J.C. Lecoze & B. Debray

chapter |8 pages

#### A preliminary analysis of volcanic Na-Tech risks in the Vesuvius area

ByJ. Clarhaut, S. Hayat, B. Conrard & V. Cocquempot

chapter |8 pages

#### Safety analysis methodology application into two industrial cases: A new mechatronical system and during the life cycle of a CAF’s high speed train

ByO. Revilla, A. Arnaiz, L. Susperregui & U. Zubeldia

chapter |8 pages

#### Governmental risk communication: Communication guidelines in the context of terrorism as a new risk

ByM. Antoni, N. Zilber, F. Lejette & C. Meier-Hirmer

chapter |2 pages

#### Analysis of maritime accident data with BBN models

ByP. Antão, C. Guedes Soares, O. Grande & P. Trucco

chapter |6 pages

#### Dynamic maintenance policies for civil infrastructure to minimize cost and manage safety risk

ByL. Gucma

chapter |8 pages

#### RAM assurance programme carried out by the Swiss Federal Railways SA-NBS project

ByB.B. Dutta & A.R. Kar

chapter |6 pages

#### RAMS specification for an urban transit Maglev system

ByA. Brandowski, W. Frackowiak, H. Nguyen & A. Podsiadlo

chapter |8 pages

#### The analysis of SAR action effectiveness parameters with respect to drifting search area model

ByZ. Smalko & Z. Burciu