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Hazard Identification of the Offshore Three-phase Separation Process Based on Multilevel Flow Modeling and HAZOP

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  • Hazop Studies Are Widely Accepted In Chemical And Petroleum Industries As The Method For Conducting
  • Maintenance And Operation Of The Systems
  • Different Tools Have Been Developed To Automate Hazop Studies
  • In This Paper
  • A Hazop Reasoning Method Based On Function-Oriented Modeling
  • Multilevel Flow Modeling (Mfm)
  • Is Extended With Function Roles
  • A Graphical Mfm Editor
  • Which Is Combined With The Reasoning Capabilities Of The Mfm Workbench Developed By Dtu Is Applied T
  • The Method Is Proposed To Support The “Brain-Storming” Sessions In Traditional Hazop Analysis
  • As A Case Study
  • The Extended Mfm Based Hazop Methodology Is Applied To An Offshore Three-Phase Separation Process
  • The Results Show That The Cause-Consequence Analysis In Mfm Can Infer The Cause And Effect Of A Devi
  • This Paper Is The First Paper Discussing And Demonstrate The Potential Of The Roles Concept In Mfm T

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Hazard Identification of the Offshore Three-phase Separation Process Based on Multilevel Flow Modeling and HAZOP - DTU Orbit (16/05/14) Hazard Identification of the Offshore Three-phase Separation Process Based on Multilevel Flow Modeling and HAZOP - DTU Orbit (16/05/14) Wu J, Zhang L, Lind M, Liang W, Hu J, Jørgensen SB et al. Hazard Identification of the Offshore Three-phase Separation Process Based on Multilevel Flow Modeling and HAZOP. In Proceedings of The 26th International Conference on Industrial, Engineering & Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems (IEA/AIE). Springer. 2013. p. 421-430.

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