Risk management and analysis

ITER RAMI Analysis Program
The RAMI (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Inspectability) Program for ITER includes technical risks, project management risks, engineering standards and analysis.
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Reliability Assessment of the LHC Machine Protection System, by R. Filippini et al
A scientific paper from the LHC's Machine Protection Reliability Working Group, investigating the trade-off between safety and availability, with quantitative results for the most critical protection elements of the LHC.
Reliability Assessment of the LHC Machin
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Reliability and Fault Tolerance in the European ADS Project, by JL. Biarrotte, CNRS/IN2P3/LAL
A scientific paper on the theory of reliability and a description of the linear proton accelerator proposed for the ADS project, complete with design issues and examples of fault tolerances.
Reliability and Fault Tolerance in the E
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Product Assurance and Management of risk in ESA Spatial Projects, by Alain Heurtel, CNRS/IN2P3/LAL
A presentation given at the ARW 2002 on risk policy, product assurance and reliability calculations at ESA.
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Reliability and Availability Modelling for Accelerator Driven Facilities, by O. Orozko et al.
Accelerator driven facilities are and will have to be designed to a very high level of reliability and beam availability to meet expectations of the users and experiments. In order to fulfil these demanding requirements on reliability and overall beam availability, statistical models have been developed. We compare different statistical reliability models as well as tools in terms of their performance, capacity and user- friendliness. In addition we also benchmarked some of the existing models. We will present in detail a tool being used for LHC and LINAC4, which is based on the commercially available software package Isograph, and a tool using Excel Visual Basics for Applications
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