Sophisticated mathematical models and methods have been developed to estimate the level of impact of a hazardous condition. This course is intended to provide an overall understanding of these methods to help managers and system safety analysis reviewers understand the analysis conducted and results obtained by the experts in the field. Specifically methods for modeling the impact of fire and explosion, debris distribution from an explosion, and toxic gas dispersion are discussed.
Objectives: To provide an overall understanding of the methods and models used to estimate the damage extent caused by hazardous conditions.
Who Should Attend: Individuals who desire to gain a broad perspective of system safety analysis.
Location: Fall courses will be held at our home LA offices near LAX. Spring courses will be held at USC's DC offices located at 701 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Suite 540, Washington, DC 20004.
- Fire and explosion phenomena and modeling
- TNT Equivalents
- Debris field caused by a vessel explosion or missile explosion in the air
- Hazardous material (liquid) spill and evaporation
- Toxic gas dispersion
- Expected casualty computation for space and missile applications
Prerequisite: Attendees should have an engineering or hard science background.
Course Duration: 3.0 Days
Tuition: $1,625 (July 2020 - June 2021); $TBD (July 2021 - June 2022)