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 Title & Authors
Simulation-Based Risk Analysis of Integrated Power System
Lee, Ji Young; Han, Young Jin; Yun, Won Young; Bin, Jae Goo;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we deal with a risk analysis for an IPS (Integrated power system) and propose a simulation model combining the fault tree and event tree in order to estimate the system availability and risk level, together. Firstly, the basic information such as operational scenarios, physical structure, safety systems is explained in order to make the fault tree and event tree of the IPS. Next, we propose a discrete-event simulation model using a next-event time advance technique to advance the simulation time. Also the state transition and activity diagrams are explained to represent the relationship between the objects. By numerical examples, the redundancy allocation is considered in order to decrease the risk level of the IPS.
 Keywords
Risk Analysis;Fault Tree Analysis;Event Tree Analysis;Redundancy Allocation;Simulation;
 Language
Korean
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