Experience in Implementing a Real-time Accident Forecast System TOXI+Prognosis for the Production of Ammonia and Сarbamide


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DOI: 10.24000/0409-2961-2020-12-66-73
Year: 2020
Issue num: December
Keywords : accident consequences assessment real-time mode dispersion of hazardous substances TOXI+ series TOXI+Prognosis software explosion of the fuel-air mixture cloud automation of dispatcher actions enterprise safety and security system
Authors:
  • Sofyin A.S.
    Sofyin A.S.
    Cand. Sci. (Eng.), Department Head STC «Industrial Safety» CJSC, Moscow, Russia
  • Agapov A.A.
    Agapov A.A.
    Cand. Sci. (Eng.), Director of the Computational Analysis Center, inform@safety.ru STC «Industrial Safety» CJSC, Moscow, Russia
  • Buynovskiy S.A.
    Buynovskiy S.A.
    Chief Information Officer, s.buinovsky@safety.ru STC «Industrial Safety» CJSC, Moscow, Russia
  • Kanygin P.S.
    Kanygin P.S.
    Dr. Sci. (Econ.), Director FBU STC energy Security, Moscow, Russia
  • Avdeev A.S.
    Avdeev A.S.
    Chief of Staff for Civil Defense and Emergency Situations PMU Branch (Russia) URALCHEM JSC (Russia), Perm, Russia