The potential damage zone concept and risk analysis for complicated technical systems
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It is shown that the following tasks have to be handled in devising models, computational techniques, and a database for risk analysis for complicated technical systems (CTS): the description of CTS from the viewpoint of integrity and hierarchic structure; formulation of the data support to risk analysis; choice of risk criterion and the setting up of risk analysis techniques with given adjustable parameters. Developments in CTS risk analysis require advances in the mechanics of deformation and failure and also in computational technologies and engineering.
KeywordsRisk Analysis Risk Function Technological Defect Risk Analysis Method Probabilistic Safety Assessment
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