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The Resource Dynamic risk analysis in the chemical and petroleum industry : evolution and interaction with parallel disciplines in the perspective of industrial application, edited by Nicola Paltrinieri, Faisal Khan

Dynamic risk analysis in the chemical and petroleum industry : evolution and interaction with parallel disciplines in the perspective of industrial application, edited by Nicola Paltrinieri, Faisal Khan

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Dynamic risk analysis in the chemical and petroleum industry : evolution and interaction with parallel disciplines in the perspective of industrial application
Title
Dynamic risk analysis in the chemical and petroleum industry
Title remainder
evolution and interaction with parallel disciplines in the perspective of industrial application
Statement of responsibility
edited by Nicola Paltrinieri, Faisal Khan
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Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
IDEBK
Dewey number
660/.28
Index
index present
LC call number
TP200
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Paltrinieri, Nicola
  • Khan, Faisal
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IChemE
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  • Chemical industry
  • Petroleum industry and trade
  • SCIENCE
  • TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
Label
Dynamic risk analysis in the chemical and petroleum industry : evolution and interaction with parallel disciplines in the perspective of industrial application, edited by Nicola Paltrinieri, Faisal Khan
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Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; DYNAMIC RISKANALYSIS IN THECHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM INDUSTRY; DYNAMIC RISKANALYSIS IN THECHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM INDUSTRY: Evolution and Interaction with Parallel Disciplines in the Perspective of Industrial Application; Copyright; CONTENTS; CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; I -- Introduction; 1 -- A Short Overview of Risk Analysis Background and Recent Developments ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF RISK ANALYSIS; 2.1 Quantitative Risk Analysis; 2.2 Applications, Accomplishments, and Limitations of QRA in the Chemical Process Industry; 3. WAY FORWARD: DYNAMIC RISK ASSESSMENT APPROACHES
  • 3.1 Potential Improvements and Limitations4. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 2 -- New Definitions of Old Issues and Need for Continuous Improvement ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. ATYPICAL ACCIDENT SCENARIOS; 3. BLACK SWANS; 4. DRAGON KINGS; 5. SMALL THINGS; 6. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; ll -- Dynamic Risk Analysis; 2.1 -- Hazard Identification; 3 -- Advanced Technique for Dynamic Hazard Identification ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. A FRAMEWORK FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF ATYPICAL SCENARIOS; 3. STATE OF THE ART; 4. DYNAMIC PROCEDURE FOR ATYPICAL SCENARIOS IDENTIFICATION
  • 4.1 Hazard Identification Deficiencies Tackled by DyPASI4.1.1 Completeness; 4.1.2 Reproducibility; 4.1.3 Inscrutability; 4.1.4 Relevance of Experience; 4.1.5 Subjectivity; 4.2 Limitations and Integration With Other Techniques; 5. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 4 -- Dynamic Hazard Identification: Tutorial and Examples ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. METHODOLOGY TUTORIAL; 2.1 Step 0: Preliminary Activity; 2.2 Step 1: Retrieval of Risk Notions; 2.3 Step 2: Prioritization; 2.4 Step 3: Atypical Scenarios Identification; 2.5 Step 4: Definition of Safety Barriers; 2.6 Follow-up; 3. APPLICATION OF THE APPROACH
  • 3.1 Bow-Tie Analysis3.2 DyPASI Application; 4. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 2.2 -- Analysis of Initiating Events; 5 -- Reactive Approaches of Probability Update Based on Bayesian Methods ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. BAYESIAN INFERENCE; 2.1 Bayes' Theorem; 2.2 Hierarchical Bayesian Analysis; 3. BAYESIAN NETWORK; 3.1 Conventional Bayesian Network; 3.2 Dynamic Bayesian Network; 3.2.1 Interval-based Dynamic Bayesian Network; 3.2.2 Instant-based Dynamic Bayesian Network; 4. LIMITED MEMORY INFLUENCE DIAGRAM; 5. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 6 -- Proactive Approaches of Dynamic Risk Assessment Based on Indicators
  • 1. INTRODUCTION2. PROACTIVE AND DYNAMIC FEATURES; 3. TECHNIQUES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF INDICATORS; 4. TECHNIQUES FOR FREQUENCY MODIFICATION; 5. THE RISK BAROMETER TECHNIQUE; 5.1 Support to Decision-Making; 6. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 7 -- Reactive and Proactive Approaches: Tutorials and Example ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. METHODOLOGY TUTORIAL; 2.1 Bayesian Inference-based Dynamic Risk Assessment; 2.1.1 Step 0: Scenario Identification; 2.1.2 Step 1: Prior Function Formation; 2.1.3 Step 2: Likelihood Function Formation; 2.1.4 Step 3: Posterior Function Evaluation; 2.1.5 Step 4: Frequency Updating
Control code
956521179
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (286).
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780128038239
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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944949
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)956521179
Label
Dynamic risk analysis in the chemical and petroleum industry : evolution and interaction with parallel disciplines in the perspective of industrial application, edited by Nicola Paltrinieri, Faisal Khan
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; DYNAMIC RISKANALYSIS IN THECHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM INDUSTRY; DYNAMIC RISKANALYSIS IN THECHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM INDUSTRY: Evolution and Interaction with Parallel Disciplines in the Perspective of Industrial Application; Copyright; CONTENTS; CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; I -- Introduction; 1 -- A Short Overview of Risk Analysis Background and Recent Developments ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF RISK ANALYSIS; 2.1 Quantitative Risk Analysis; 2.2 Applications, Accomplishments, and Limitations of QRA in the Chemical Process Industry; 3. WAY FORWARD: DYNAMIC RISK ASSESSMENT APPROACHES
  • 3.1 Potential Improvements and Limitations4. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 2 -- New Definitions of Old Issues and Need for Continuous Improvement ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. ATYPICAL ACCIDENT SCENARIOS; 3. BLACK SWANS; 4. DRAGON KINGS; 5. SMALL THINGS; 6. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; ll -- Dynamic Risk Analysis; 2.1 -- Hazard Identification; 3 -- Advanced Technique for Dynamic Hazard Identification ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. A FRAMEWORK FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF ATYPICAL SCENARIOS; 3. STATE OF THE ART; 4. DYNAMIC PROCEDURE FOR ATYPICAL SCENARIOS IDENTIFICATION
  • 4.1 Hazard Identification Deficiencies Tackled by DyPASI4.1.1 Completeness; 4.1.2 Reproducibility; 4.1.3 Inscrutability; 4.1.4 Relevance of Experience; 4.1.5 Subjectivity; 4.2 Limitations and Integration With Other Techniques; 5. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 4 -- Dynamic Hazard Identification: Tutorial and Examples ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. METHODOLOGY TUTORIAL; 2.1 Step 0: Preliminary Activity; 2.2 Step 1: Retrieval of Risk Notions; 2.3 Step 2: Prioritization; 2.4 Step 3: Atypical Scenarios Identification; 2.5 Step 4: Definition of Safety Barriers; 2.6 Follow-up; 3. APPLICATION OF THE APPROACH
  • 3.1 Bow-Tie Analysis3.2 DyPASI Application; 4. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 2.2 -- Analysis of Initiating Events; 5 -- Reactive Approaches of Probability Update Based on Bayesian Methods ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. BAYESIAN INFERENCE; 2.1 Bayes' Theorem; 2.2 Hierarchical Bayesian Analysis; 3. BAYESIAN NETWORK; 3.1 Conventional Bayesian Network; 3.2 Dynamic Bayesian Network; 3.2.1 Interval-based Dynamic Bayesian Network; 3.2.2 Instant-based Dynamic Bayesian Network; 4. LIMITED MEMORY INFLUENCE DIAGRAM; 5. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 6 -- Proactive Approaches of Dynamic Risk Assessment Based on Indicators
  • 1. INTRODUCTION2. PROACTIVE AND DYNAMIC FEATURES; 3. TECHNIQUES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF INDICATORS; 4. TECHNIQUES FOR FREQUENCY MODIFICATION; 5. THE RISK BAROMETER TECHNIQUE; 5.1 Support to Decision-Making; 6. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 7 -- Reactive and Proactive Approaches: Tutorials and Example ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. METHODOLOGY TUTORIAL; 2.1 Bayesian Inference-based Dynamic Risk Assessment; 2.1.1 Step 0: Scenario Identification; 2.1.2 Step 1: Prior Function Formation; 2.1.3 Step 2: Likelihood Function Formation; 2.1.4 Step 3: Posterior Function Evaluation; 2.1.5 Step 4: Frequency Updating
Control code
956521179
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (286).
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780128038239
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
944949
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)956521179

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