Dynamic probabilistic risk assessment (DPRA) is a systematic and comprehensive methodology that has been used and refined over the past two decades to evaluate the risks associated with complex systems such as nuclear power plants, space missions, chemical plants, and military systems. A critical step in DPRA is generating risk scenarios which are used to enumerate and assess the probability of different outcomes. The classical approach to generating risk scenarios is not, however, sufficient to deal with the complexity of the above-mentioned systems.For components, if there is an event related to that component that is called between the changes of state, that event will be ... Figure 32: An example of the updating algorithm output Figure 35: Schematic diagram of the holdup tank example.
|Title||:||Automatic Generation of Generalized Event Sequence Diagrams for Guiding Simulation Based Dynamic Probabilistic Risk Assessment of Complex Systems|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|