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CRR 338/2001 - Calculation of input data importances for toxic release risk assessment: Gastar and Crunch.

This report uses the Most Likely Failure Point (MLFP) known as the FORM/SORM method, with two stand-alone consequence models: GASTAR and CRUNCH, to calculate the toxic risk arising from a dense gas release. The built-in sensitivity analysis of the MLFP method is used to quantify the influence on the calculated risk of uncertainties in the input quantities, for each of the consequence models. This publication contains tables throughout and appendices.

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Updated 2021-04-14