What Every Engineer Should Know about Risk Engineering and Management (What Every Engineer Should Know Series #36) / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Taylor & Francis
"Explains how to assess and handle technical risk, schedule risk, and cost risk efficiently and effectivelyenabling engineering professionals to anticipate failures regardless of system complexityhighlighting opportunities to turn failure into success."
Table of ContentsRisk engineering - dealing with system complexity and engineering dynamics; risk identification - understanding the limits of engineering designs; risk assessment - extending Murphy's law; design for risk engineering - the art of war against failures; risk acceptability - uncertainty in prespective; from risk engineering to risk management; cost risk - interacting with engineering economy; schedule risk - identifying and controlling critical paths; integrated risk management and computer simulation. Appendices: risk assessment software; failure mode and effect analysis software.