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Provides the latest developments in both qualitative and quantitative methods of safety and risk analysis
Includes safety and risk analysis applications in operating environments
Written by an expert in reliability engineering
Safety and Risk Modeling presents the latest theories and methods of safety and risk with an emphasis on safety and risk in modeling. It covers applications in several areas including transportations and security risk assessments, as well as applications related to current topics in safety and risk.
Safety and Risk Modeling is a valuable resource for understanding the latest developments in both qualitative and quantitative methods of safety and risk analysis and their applications in operating environments. Each chapter has been written by active researchers or experienced practitioners to bridge the gap between theory and practice and to trigger new research challenges in safety and risk. Topics include:
safety in design,
failure analysis, and
risk concept and modelling.
Postgraduate students, researchers, and practitioners in many fields of engineering, operations research, management, and statistics will find Safety and Risk Modeling a state-of-the-art survey of reliability and quality in design and practice.
Part I: Concepts and Methods Risk Analysis and Management: Basic Concepts and Principles Risk and Safety Management: Procedures, Methods, Experiences Safety-oriented Bubble Diagrams in Project Risk Management Review of an Insurance Policy of a Directive Seveso III Industrial Activity by Using Risk Analysis Models and Methods of Ship-Bridge Collisions Risk Assessment Human Error in Shipping: An Investigative Study Part II: Advanced Methods in Safety and Risk Risk-based Model of Information Optimization in Maritime Electronic Chart Applications Dynamic Methodologies for Probabilistic Risk Assessment Fundamentals of the Dempster-Shafer Theory and its Applications to System Safety Two Generalized Competing Risk Models for Maintenance Analysis Monte Carlo Method of Ship Underkeel Clearance Evaluation for Safety of Ferry Approach to Ystad Port Determination Adopted Isochrones Method Improving Ship Safety in Weather Routing with Evolutionary Approach Part III: Modeling and Analysis Risk Analysis by Threshold Evaluation: A New Approach to OHS in Enterprises Management Policy for Pre-payment Risk of a Monetary Facility An Analysis of the Correlation of Expert Opinions in Security Risk Assessment Mortality-Safety Analysis, Modeling and Prediction Collection and Analysis of Climatic Measurements for the Assessment of Snow Loads on Structures Combining Service Patrol and Crash Data for Use in Highway Safety and Operational Analyses Part IV: Applications and Practices Emergency Evacuation Methodologies for an Urban Area Using Advanced Microscopic Simulator Novel Design of Tunnel Type Biodigesters Uncertainties in Risk Analysis: Consequence Assessment in an Hydrogen Refueling Station Agent System in Control of Ship Movement Frequencies Assessment of Loss Containment Subject to Risk Prevention and Mitigation New Aspects about Territorial Planning