Yeou-Koung Tung and Ben-Chie Yen and C. MelchingHydrosystems Engineering Reliability Assessment and Risk Analysishttps://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0071451587.jpeg1September 19, 20059780071451581
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INTEGRATE RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT AND RISK ANALYSISINTO PLANNING, DESIGN, AND MANAGEMENT
This comprehensive text is the first to integrate reliability analysis and risk assessment into the planning, design, and management of hydrosystems. Written by internationally respected authorities, Hydrosystems Engineering Reliability Assessment and Risk Analysis provides the tools for designing safer, more reliable dams, storm sewer networks, water treatment plants, and pollution control systems.
Offering example problems that demonstrate the prediction of safety and reliability under different design scenarios, the authors illustrate the application of mathematical tools that quantify reliability and risk. With this book readers can improve the performance, durability (through maintenance scheduling/time to failure analysis), and predictability of hydrosystem designs.
Hydrosystems Engineering Reliability Assessment and Risk Analysis:
Brings together in a single resource mathematical risk and reliability analysis methods needed to improve planning, design, and performance of hydrosystems
Demonstrates statistical and probability tools for solving a broad range of hydrosystem engineering problems
Provides the tools needed to predict hydrosystem project behavior and lifespan under various risk scenarios
Shows engineers and students how to conduct risk and reliability assessments
Offers examples of each application, in both U.S. and international units
Provides sets of Q & A's for self-testing after every chapter
Hydrosystems Engineering Reliability Assessment and Risk Analysis
By Yeou-Koung Tung and Ben-Chie Yen and C. Melching
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