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Back Adapting Naval Postgraduate School “Monterey Phoenix” analysis methodology to assess High Consequence-Low Probability event
|Division||Graduate School of Engineering & Applied Science|
O'Halloran, Bryan M.
Giammarco, Kristin M.
|Sponsor||Naval Air Weapons Station-China Lake (Navy)|
The Naval Air Weapons Station in China Lake has a need for assessing the system behavior of weapon systems and their components. The goal of this effort is to identify High-Consequence, Low-Probability (HC/LP) hazards that are not identified with traditional assessments. Traditional assessments are human-generated and therefore often leave gaps in identification of scenarios. As a result, Monterey Phoenix (MP) will be used to model a representative fuze, its environment, and other actors to identify behaviors that result in HC/LP hazards.
The need described above is the basis for the following FY17 research task objectives:
1) Demonstrate the development of an executable behavior model (MP code) for a weapon fuze.
2) Demonstrate the exhaustive generation of sequence diagrams.
3) Demonstrate the inspection and interpretation of sequence diagrams produced by the executable behavior model.
4) Identify MP templates capable of locating hazardous scenarios with a focus on those that are HC/LP.
|Keywords||Model-based Systems Engineering Safety Assessments Weapon Systems|
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