Safety & Dependability


A. Introduction: Why and When?B. Core concepts C. Risk identification
D. From simple to multiple failures
E. Extension to SIL (Safety Integrity Levels) calculations
F. From static to dynamic models
G. Extension to RAM (production availability) calculations
H. From analytical to Monte Carlo calculations
I. Conclusion
J. Revision
Slides & exercises
K. Control (QCM): optional



Audience type

oStudents from university and engineering schools. .Engineers dealing with safety and production availability studies  .Teachers interested in probabilistic calculations applied to actual industrial systems.Prerequisite : Basic knowledge in probabilistic calculations.

Planned duration

5 days, 4 to 5 hours per day.

Support material

Paper copy of Slides and exercises.



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