Probabilistic vulnerability assessment of chemical clusters subjected to external Acts of Interference

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Argenti, F.; Landucci, G; Reniers, G.L.L.M.E.;
(2016)

Acts of interference against chemical facilities or chemical clusters might result in severe consequences in case of a successful attack (major explosions, fires, toxic dispersions or environmental contamination). Although process facilities implement multiple safety ba... View more
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