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Human reliability analysis methods for probabilistic safety assessment

Pekka Pyy

Human reliability analysis methods for probabilistic safety assessment

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Published by Technical Research Centre of Finland in Espoo [Finland] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear power plants -- Human factors.,
  • Nuclear power plants -- Safety measures.,
  • Nuclear power plants -- Risk assessment.,
  • Nuclear power plants -- Management.,
  • Human engineering.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPekka Pyy.
    SeriesVTT publications -- 422., VTT julkaisuja -- 422.
    ContributionsValtion teknillinen tutkimuskeskus.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16010709M
    ISBN 109513855856


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Human reliability analysis is one of the areas of probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) that has direct appli- cations outside the nuclear industry.

The thesis focuses upon developments in human reliability analysis methods and data. The aim is to support PSA by extending the applicability of HRA. Human reliability analysis (HRA) aims at identifying and analyzing possible human failures to perform safety‐relevant tasks, generally when interacting with a technical system.

The main products of an HRA are the analysis of potential influences on human performance and Cited by: 2. Description This document presents a practical approach for incorporating human reliability analysis (HRA) into probabilistic safety assessment (PSA).

It describes the steps needed and the documentation that should be provided both to support the PSA itself and to ensure effective communication of important information arising from the studies.

Human reliability analysis is one of the areas of probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) that has direct applications outside the nuclear industry. The thesis focuses upon developments in human. Human reliability analysis methods for probabilistic safety assessment book purpose of this paper is to describe how to perform human reliability analysis in the context of PSA (Probabilistic Safety Assessment) for power engineering.

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To make probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) more realistic, the improvements of human reliability analysis (HRA) are essential. But, current HRA methods have many limitations including the lack of considerations on the interdependency between instrumentation and control (I&C) systems and human operators, and lack of theoretical basis for situation assessment of human operators.

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This volume presents selected papers from the International Conference on Reliability, Safety, and Hazard. It presents the latest developments in reliability engineering and probabilistic safety assessment, and brings together contributions from a diverse international community and covers all aspects of safety, reliability, and hazard assessment across a host of interdisciplinary applications.

A literature review of a number of Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) methodologies is carried out in this paper. The focus of the paper is on the use of an HRA method to quantify the probability of a human error that can then be plugged into the overall plant Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA), specifically in the nuclear industry.

Combining theory and practical applications, Reliability of Safety-Critical Systems: Theory and Applications implements key safety-related strategies and methods to meet quantitative safety integrity requirements.

In addition, the book details a variety of reliability analysis methods that are needed during all stages of a safety-critical. Input required for HEP assessment • Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) is informed by the Human Factors Assessment (HFA), which includes: Review of available operating procedures Plant walk downs Speaking to station operators and staff Task analysis Fault simulation • HRA is performed using different methods including.

Lois, E, Kolaczkowski, A, & Forester, J. "Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) Method Evaluation Based on the Good Practices in NUREG (PSAM)." Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment & Management (PSAM).

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[International Atomic Energy Agency.;]. the production and assessment of safety cases. Normally, the licensee’s safety case will need to contain TA in Design Basis Analysis (DA) and also HRA where a Probabilistic Safety Assessment (PSA) is produced.

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However, one of the weaknesses that undermines the credibility and usefulness of this technique is the uncertainty in PRA results. Fault tree analysis (FTA) and event tree analysis (ETA) are the most important PRA techniques for evaluating.

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HRA refers to the theory and practice of modeling human contributions to the overall reliability of complex systems (Kirwan, ).A variety of methods exist for human reliability analysis (HRA). [2] [3] Two general classes of methods are those based on probabilistic risk assessment (PRA) .