Chemical industrial areas and their dynamic danger behaviour

Genserik L L Reniers, Amaryllis Audenaert, W. Dullaert, K. Soudan

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Abstract

Chemical industrial areas or so-called chemical clusters consist of various companies situated next to each other. Such areas are composed of hundreds of chemical installations exhibiting danger to a certain degree for initiating or continuing knock-on effects. In this paper, a methodology to model such clusters as networks and to investigate their dynamic danger behaviour is proposed. This original approach leads to a tentative strategy to optimally protect chemical industrial areas against security risks.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSafety and Security Engineering II
Pages549-557
Number of pages9
Volume94
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Event2nd International Conference on Safety and Security Engineering, SAFE 2007 - , Malta
Duration: 25 Jun 200727 Jun 2007

Conference

Conference2nd International Conference on Safety and Security Engineering, SAFE 2007
CountryMalta
Period25/06/0727/06/07

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Keywords

  • Network analysis
  • Power-law functioning
  • Security management
  • Small-world behaviour

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Reniers, G. L. L., Audenaert, A., Dullaert, W., & Soudan, K. (2007). Chemical industrial areas and their dynamic danger behaviour. In Safety and Security Engineering II (Vol. 94, pp. 549-557) https://doi.org/10.2495/SAFE070541
Reniers, Genserik L L ; Audenaert, Amaryllis ; Dullaert, W. ; Soudan, K. / Chemical industrial areas and their dynamic danger behaviour. Safety and Security Engineering II. Vol. 94 2007. pp. 549-557
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Safety and Security Engineering II. Vol. 94 2007. p. 549-557.

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