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Use of pertinent softwares in risk analysis

Abstract : The first need of the risk analyst is the availability of pertinent softwares to assess, in a realistic way, the maximum effects of possible accidents such as pressure pulses, thermal fluxes, accidental missiles formation and projection and toxic releases of gases, vapours, mists, soots or dusts. To be useful to risk management, this approach has to be quite simple but also as realistic as possible. An underestimation as well as a crude overestimation of the effects may prove dangerous. A lot of softwares aim at this purpose. The analyst has to make sure he is using a suitable tool.
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Guy Mavrothalassitis, Rémy Bouet, Bunthai Chhuon, Jean-Philippe Pineau. Use of pertinent softwares in risk analysis. European Technology & Experience in Safety Analysis and Risk Management -SRA-Europe, Oct 1993, Rome, Italy. ⟨ineris-00971878⟩

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