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Fault Trees

Author : Nikolaos Limnios
ISBN : 9781118614068
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Fault tree analysis is an important technique in determining thesafety and dependability of complex systems. Fault trees are usedas a major tool in the study of system safety as well as inreliability and availability studies. The basic methods – construction, logical analysis,probability evaluation and influence study – are described inthis book. The following extensions of fault trees, non-coherentfault trees, fault trees with delay and multi-performance faulttrees, are also explained. Traditional algorithms for fault treeanalysis are presented, as well as more recent algorithms based onbinary decision diagrams (BDD).

The Fault Tree

Author : Louise Ure
ISBN : 9781626814639
Genre : Fiction
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This chilling novel of suspense and unseen danger hailed is “a great nail-biter . . . Moran is headed straight for the thriller hall of fame” (Lee Child, New York Times–bestselling author). Arizona auto mechanic Cadence Moran is no stranger to darkness. Since she was blinded eight years ago in a horrific car accident that also took the life of her three-year-old niece, she has struggled to deal with the lingering guilt and pain. But she manages to get by. Then, on the way home from work, she is almost run down in the street by a speeding car. At first, Cadence thinks she’s the victim of road rage, bad driving, or just plain bad luck. But the truth is far more terrifying. Someone out there thinks she’s a witness to murder—one that needs to be eliminated. Now Cadence must piece together a deadly puzzle in the dark. And if she can’t, that darkness will certainly lead to her death . . . Contrasting the glare of a Southwestern summer with the shadows of a blind woman’s nightmares, The Fault Tree delivers “an original and gripping work, more proof—as if any was needed—that Louise Ure is an exciting new voice in the mystery field (Laura Lippman, New York Times–bestselling author of Wilde Lake).

Fault Tree Analysis

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ISBN : NASA:31769000658727
Genre : Reliability (Engineering)
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Contains references to documents in the NASA Scientific and Technical Information (STI) Database.

Fault Tree Handbook

Author : W. E. Vesely
ISBN : 0160055822
Genre : Science
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Developed to serve as a text for the System Safety and Reliability Analysis course presented to Nuclear Regulatory Commission personnel and contractors. Codifies and systematizes the fault tree approach, a deductive failure analysis which focuses on one particular undesired event and provides a method for determining the causes of that event.

The Fault Tree Compiler

Author : Anna L. Martensen
ISBN : NASA:31769000576580
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Fault Tree Analysis Primer

Author : Clifton A.. Ericson
ISBN : 1466446102
Genre : Reliability (Engineering)
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One of the most valuable root-cause analysis tools in the system safety toolbox is fault tree analysis (FTA). A fault tree (FT) is a graphical diagram that uses logic gates to model the various combinations of failures, faults, errors and normal events involved in causing a specified undesired event to occur. The graphical model can be translated into a mathematical model in order to compute failure probabilities and system importance measures. A FT can model all aspects of a system, including hardware, software, human actions and the environment. FTs are employed to evaluate large complex and dynamic systems, in order to understand and prevent potential safety and reliability problems. Using the rigorous and structured methodology of FT construction allows the systems analyst to model the unique combinations of fault events that can cause an UE to occur. This book provides an overview of the FTA process; it describes the symbols, terms, construction methodology and mathematics of FTA.

Critical Infrastructure Protection In Homeland Security

Author : Ted G. Lewis
ISBN : 9780471789536
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Reliability Engineering Handbook

Author : Dimitri Kececioglu
ISBN : 1932078010
Genre : Engineering
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Expanding on the coverage provided in Volume 1, this volume covers the prediction of equipment and system reliability for the series, parallel, standby, and conditional function configuration cases and discusses the prediction of the reliability of complex components, equipment, and systems with multimode function and logic, among others.

Failure Analysis Of Engineering Structures

Author : V. Ramachandran
ISBN : 9781615031054
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Offshore Risk Assessment

Author : Jan-Erik Vinnem
ISBN : 9781846287176
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Offshore Risk Assessment was the first book to deal with quantified risk assessment (QRA) as applied specifically to offshore installations and operations. This book is a major revision of the first edition. It has been informed by a major R&D programme on offshore risk assessment in Norway (2002-2006). Not only does this book describe the state-of-the-art of QRA, it also identifies weaknesses and areas that need development.

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