Fault Tree Analysis Sample
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Fault Tree Analysis Sample

Inclination angle greater than 13 degrees due to ballast system failureORInclination angle greater than 13 degrees due to failure in port pontoonInclination angle greater than 13 degrees due to failure in stbd pontoonInclination angle greater than 13 degrees due to transport of water pontoonsAAORFilling of tanks in port pontoon with water from stbd pontoonFilling of tanks in port pontoon with water from port pontoonBOR4 valves left in open positionCrossover valves in open positions & tanks valve failureAANDBoth manifold and tank valve mistakenly left openCrossover valves in open positionsBANDManifold and tank valve failureNo or incorrect actions taken by operatorCDFault Tree Analysis Sample
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publish time: 2021-07-12
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The given fault tree example shows what happens when the inclination angle is greater than 13 degrees; it may lead to ballast/ port pontoon/stbd pontoon system failure. The visual representation uses the symbols of ‘And,’ ‘Or’ gates. The algorithms of a fault tree help in risk analyses; however, many discrete attributes or Boolean functions make the fault analyzing procedures easy. EdrawMax has the highest level of SSL encryption. Learn more details from this fault tree analysis, or try to make yours with ease now.

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