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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2014Assessment of Lightning Impact Frequency for Process EquipmentNECCI A; ANTONIONI Giacomo; COZZANI Valerio; KRAUSMANN Elisabeth; BORGHETTI Alberto; NUCCI Carlo AlbertoArticles in Journals
2009Assessment of Major Accidents Triggered by LightningRENNI Elisabetta; COZZANI Valerio; ANTONIONI Giacomo; KRAUSMANN Elisabeth; CRUZ Ana mariaContributions to Conferences
2012Equipment Failure Probability due to the Impact of LightningNECCI A; ANTONIONI Giacomo; RENNI Elisabetta; COZZANI Valerio; BORGHETTI Alberto; NUCCI Carlo Alberto; KRAUSMANN ElisabethArticles in Journals
2013A Model for Process Equipment Damage Probability Assessment due to LightningNECCI A; ANTONIONI Giacomo; COZZANI Valerio; KRAUSMANN Elisabeth; BORGHETTI Alberto; NUCCI Carlo AlbertoArticles in Journals
2006Quantified Area Risk Assessment: from the ARIPAR Methodology to the Related Software ToolsANTONIONI GIACOMO; BELLEZZA Furio; BINDA Massimo; CONTINI SERGIO; COZZANI Valerio; DONDI Clarissa; GIANNOTTI Eugenio; SPADONI GIGLIOLAContributions to Conferences
2009Risk Assessment of Major Accidents Triggered by Lightning EventsRENNI Elisabetta; KRAUSMANN Elisabeth; ANTONIONI Giacomo; BONVICINI S; SPADONI Gioliola; COZZANI ValerioArticles in books
2006Towards Risk Assessment of Critical Infrastructures: Experiences Gained from Quasi Real-Time Vulnerability Assessment of the Transportation of Dangerous Substances by RoadDI MAURO CARMELO; BOUCHON Sara; ATKINSON MARTIN; NORDVIK JEAN PIERRE; SPADONI Gioliola; ANTONIONI GIACOMOContributions to Conferences
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