Print Email Facebook Twitter Risk management in large scale underground infrastructures Title Risk management in large scale underground infrastructures Author Helmholt, K.A. Courage, W.M.G. Publication year 2013 Abstract Underground infrastructures can fail due to ground movements. Due to the underground nature this is difficult to detect above ground. In a collaboration of multiple research institutes a new approach has been developed to estimate the probability of failure using underground position sensors. A Proof of Principle monitoring system was developed to reduce uncertainty with respect to the feasibility of such a system. It consists of a set of interacting subsystems from different experts and takes into account uncertainty of different (sometimes correlated) subsystem variables. In this paper we describe the approach itself and its rationale. We expect his system to be used in the future for risk management. Emphasis in this paper is on the integration of subsystems and fields of expertise. © 2013 IEEE. Subject Communication & InformationBIS - Business Information ServicesTS - Technical SciencesStructurescomputer simulationCondition monitoringprobabilitysoftware architectureGround movementIntegration of subsystemsMonitoring systemMultiple researchPosition sensorsProbability of failureProof of principlesUnderground infrastructureComputer simulationCondition monitoringProbabilitySoftware architectureRisk management To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:89213b97-2fe4-4e43-b78d-a3b57cde6da8 DOI https://doi.org/10.1109/syscon.2013.6549991 TNO identifier 478812 ISBN 9781467331067 Series 7th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference, SysCon 2013, 15 April 2013 through 18 April 2013, Orlando, FL Article number 6549991 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.