Title: Accident Sequence Dynamic Simulation Versus Event Trees
Authors: AMENDOLA Aniello
Citation: Reliability Engineering and System Safety vol. 22 p. 3-25
Publication Year: 1988
JRC N°: JRC5255
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC5255
Type: Articles in periodicals and books
Abstract: THE PAPER COMPARES THE EVENT TREE TECHNIQUES USED FOR IDENTIFYING AND PROBABILISTICALLY QUANTIFYING INCIDENT OCCURRENCES WITH DYNAMIC TECHNIQUES WHICH BETTER TAKE INTO ACCOUNT TIMING OF EVENTS. IN PAARTICULAR DYLAM IS SHOWN TO PRESENT SIGNIFICANT ADVANTAGES SINCE IT MAKES POSSIBLE A SIMULTANEOUS ANALYSIS BOTH OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE PROCESS PHYSICS AND OF THE SYSTEMS PROBABILISTIC PERFORMANCES
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