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    • Consequences of major accidents : assessing the number of injured people 

      Ronza, Andrea; Casal Fàbrega, Joaquim; Muñoz, Miguel Ángel; Carol Llopart, Sergi (Elsevier, 2005-10-28)
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      Quantitative risk assessment studies of accident scenarios usually involve estimating the number of fatalities that can be expected. The number of people injured, however, is seldom evaluated because it implies significant ...
    • Economic valuation of damages originated by major accidents in port areas 

      Ronza, Andrea; Lázaro-Touza, L; Carol Llopart, Sergi; Casal Fàbrega, Joaquim; Arnaldos Viger, Josep (2009-09)
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      Due to special features of ports – variety of activities: storage and loading/unloading of hazardous materials; circulation of ships, lorries and trains; proximity to urban zones; etc. – major accidents can be associated ...
    • Predicting the frequency of accidents in port areas by developing event trees from historical analysis 

      Ronza, A; Félez, S; Darbra Roman, Rosa Maria; Carol Llopart, Sergi; Vílchez Sánchez, Juan Antonio; Casal Fàbrega, Joaquim (2003-11)
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      The historical analysis of 828 accidents in port areas, which have been selected from a database, has been used to identify the sequences of the accidents. Processing these data has allowed the event trees and the probability ...
    • Predicting the frequency of accidents in port areas by developing vvent trees from historical analysis 

      Ronza, Andrea; Félez, S; Darbra Roman, Rosa Maria; Carol Llopart, Sergi; Vílchez Sánchez, Juan Antonio; Casal Fàbrega, Joaquim (2003-11)
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      The historical analysis of 828 accidents in port areas, which have been selected from a database, has been used to identify the sequences of the accidents. Processing these data has allowed the event trees and the probability ...