BS EN 62502:2011 - Analysis techniques for dependability. Event tree analysis (ETA)

BS EN 62502:2011

Analysis techniques for dependability. Event tree analysis (ETA)

Status : Current   Published : June 2011

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IEC 62502:2010 specifies the consolidated basic principles of Event Tree Analysis (ETA) and provides guidance on modelling the consequences of an initiating event as well as analysing these consequences qualitatively and quantitatively in the context of dependability and risk related measures.




Standard NumberBS EN 62502:2011
TitleAnalysis techniques for dependability. Event tree analysis (ETA)
StatusCurrent
Publication Date30 June 2011
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60050-191:1990, EN 61025:2007, IEC 61025:2006
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 61078, ASME RA-S-2002, IEC 62429:2007, IEC 62508:2010, ASME RA-Sa-2003, ISO 3534-1:2006, IEC 60812:2006, IEC 61078:2006, IEC 60300-3-1:2003, IEC 61508, ASME RA-Sc-2007, IEC 61165:2006, IEC 61511-3:2003, ISO/IEC 31010, IEC 62425:2007, ASME RA-Sb 2005, IEC 61703:2001, IEC 62551, IEC 60300-3-9:1995
International RelationshipsEN 62502:2010,IEC 62502:2010
Draft Superseded By09/30169892 DC
DescriptorsStatistics, Graphic representation, Mathematical models, Error analysis, Process charts, Analysis, Defects, Diagrams, Management techniques, Reliability, Graphic symbols
ICS21.020
29.020
Title in FrenchTechniques d'analyse de la sûreté de fonctionnement. Analyse par arbre d'événement (AAE)
Title in GermanVerfahren zur Analyse der Zuverlässigkeit. Ereignisbaumanalyse (ETA)
CommitteeDS/1
ISBN978 0 580 59962 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages48
File Size1.563 MB
Price£240.00


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