Issue 70 of the FABIG Newsletter now available for download!

New FABIG Newsletter available

We are pleased to inform you that the 70th edition of the FABIG Newsletter is now available to FABIG Members on the FABIG website.

This issue comprises the following articles:

  • Review of the Technical Meeting which covered "Improving Safety by Integrating Lessons from Undesirable Events into Design and Operation", G. Vannier - SCI
  • Review of the Technical Meeting which covered "New Insights into Risk Assessment", G. Vannier - SCI, S. Gupta - IRESC, S. Howell - Abercus and I. Fossan - ComputIT
  • Optimisation of Site Layout and Process Design using QRA Techniques, D. Roosendans, G. Woodward and P. Hoorelbeke - TOTAL
  • Development of a Model Evaluation Protocol for Hydrogen Applications, S. Coldrick - HSE
  • New Procedure for Non-linear Structural Response Analysis of Offshore Installations in Fire, J.K. Paik1,3, J. Czujko2, J.H. Kim1, S.I. Park1, Md. Shafiqul Islam1,2 and D.H. Lee1 - 1Pusan National University, 2Nowatec E&C and 3University College London
  • Mitigation of Industrial Hazard Consequences by Water Spray Curtain: The CASIMIRE IV Code, J.M. Buchlin & T. Regert - von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, C. Daux - TOTAL and A. Foissac - ENGIE Lab CRIGEN
  • Numerical and Analytical Modelling of Localised Impact Load in RC Panels and Slabs, N. Ulaeto and J. Sagaseta - University of Surrey
  • Damage Mechanisms in Cementitious PFP on Structural Steel Members, S-W. Chen & G-Q. Li - Tongji University, L-M. Jiang - University of Edinburgh and A. Usmani - Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Detonation in Particulate Systems with Solid Particles and Liquid Droplets, K. Volkov - Kingston University

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Published: 31/05/2017 17:00:00
Last Modified: 01/06/2017 10:59:15

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