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Analys av olycksutredningsmetoder tillämpade på anlagda bränder i skolor

Espenrud, Simon and Johansson, Joel (2009) In LUTVDG/TVBB VBRM01 20092
Division of Fire Safety Engineering
Abstract
There are several accident investigation methods and they are used in a wide range of fields. However, the methods have not been used so much in the fire accident area. In the present thesis, the methods’ capability to investigate fires and what they result in are explored. In addition, answers are given concerning how important the background information is for their applicability. First, a selection to reduce the number of methods was made. The studied methods are Accident Evolution and Barrier function method (AEB), deviation investigation, Events and Causal Factors Charting and Analysis (ECFCA), fault tree analysis and event tree analysis. They are applied on three arson fires occurred in Swedish schools. The thesis presents some... (More)
There are several accident investigation methods and they are used in a wide range of fields. However, the methods have not been used so much in the fire accident area. In the present thesis, the methods’ capability to investigate fires and what they result in are explored. In addition, answers are given concerning how important the background information is for their applicability. First, a selection to reduce the number of methods was made. The studied methods are Accident Evolution and Barrier function method (AEB), deviation investigation, Events and Causal Factors Charting and Analysis (ECFCA), fault tree analysis and event tree analysis. They are applied on three arson fires occurred in Swedish schools. The thesis presents some differences between the methods based on the results from the application and gives some suggestions for further use. (Less)
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author
Espenrud, Simon and Johansson, Joel
supervisor
organization
alternative title
Analysis of accident investigation methods applied on arson fires in schools
course
VBRM01 20092
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Accident investigation methods, fire development, Accident Evolution and Barrier function method (AEB), deviation investigation, Events and Causal Factors Charting and Analysis (ECFCA), fault tree analysis, event tree analysis, olycksutredningsmetod, brandförlopp, avvikelseutredning, felträdsanalys, händelseträdsanalys
publication/series
LUTVDG/TVBB
report number
5319
ISSN
1402-3504
language
Swedish
id
8889206
date added to LUP
2016-08-23 14:56:19
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2016-08-23 14:56:19
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  abstract     = {There are several accident investigation methods and they are used in a wide range of fields. However, the methods have not been used so much in the fire accident area. In the present thesis, the methods’ capability to investigate fires and what they result in are explored. In addition, answers are given concerning how important the background information is for their applicability. First, a selection to reduce the number of methods was made. The studied methods are Accident Evolution and Barrier function method (AEB), deviation investigation, Events and Causal Factors Charting and Analysis (ECFCA), fault tree analysis and event tree analysis. They are applied on three arson fires occurred in Swedish schools. The thesis presents some differences between the methods based on the results from the application and gives some suggestions for further use.},
  author       = {Espenrud, Simon and Johansson, Joel},
  issn         = {1402-3504},
  keyword      = {Accident investigation methods,fire development,Accident Evolution and Barrier function method (AEB),deviation investigation,Events and Causal Factors Charting and Analysis (ECFCA),fault tree analysis,event tree analysis,olycksutredningsmetod,brandförlopp,avvikelseutredning,felträdsanalys,händelseträdsanalys},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {LUTVDG/TVBB},
  title        = {Analys av olycksutredningsmetoder tillämpade på anlagda bränder i skolor},
  year         = {2009},
}