Probabilistic Risk Assessment and Management for Engineers and Scientists

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IEEE Press, 1996 - 597 pagine
Completely updated and revised, this modern, computer-based text. helps develop synthesis and analysis methods for risk and reliability studies from fundamental principles, and apply them to realistic industrial-level problems. The full treatment of qualitative analysis methods includes: fault trees, FMEA, event trees, decision labels, cause-consequence charts and common-mode failures. In addition, quantitative system analysis techniques - kinetic tree theory, cut set and prime implicant analysis and Markov and Monte Carlo methods - are thoroughly covered and developed.

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Professor Hiromitsu Kumamoto gained his B.E, M.E and Dr. of Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering at Kyoto University in 1969, 1971 and 1976 respectively. He has investigated reliability and safety engineering subjects for 30 years as a university scholar. Currently, he is a Professor in the Graduate School of Informatics at Kyoto University. Professor Kumamoto has co-authored four books, published by Prentice-Hall and IEEE Press.

J.D. Seader is Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at the University of Utah. He received B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of California at Berkeley and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. He has authored or coauthored 110 technical articles, 8 books, and 4 patents, and also coauthored the section on distillation in the 6th and 7th editions of "Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook," In 2004 he received the CACHE Award for Excellence in Chemical Engineering Education from the ASEE; and in 2004, he was a co-recipient of the Warren K. Lewis Award for Chemical Engineering Education of the AICHE.

Ernest J. Henley is Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Houston. He received his B.S. degree from the University of Delaware and his Dr. Eng. Sci. from Columbia University, where he served as a professor from 1953 to 1959. He has authored or coauthored 72 technical articles and 12 books, the most recent one being Probabilistic Risk Management for Scientists and Engineers. In 1998, he received the McGraw-Hill Company Award for "Outstanding Personal Achievement in Chemical Engineering," and in 2002, he received the CACHE Award of the ASEE for "recognition of his contribution to the use of computers in chemical engineering education." He is President of the Henley Foundation.

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