Brian Veitch
Brian Veitch
Professor, Engineering, Memorial University
Verified email at mun.ca
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Fault and event tree analyses for process systems risk analysis: uncertainty handling formulations
R Ferdous, F Khan, R Sadiq, P Amyotte, B Veitch
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 31 (1), 86-107, 2011
1882011
Life cycle iNdeX (LInX): a new indexing procedure for process and product design and decision-making
FI Khan, R Sadiq, B Veitch
Journal of Cleaner Production 12 (1), 59-76, 2004
1752004
Analyzing system safety and risks under uncertainty using a bow-tie diagram: An innovative approach
R Ferdous, F Khan, R Sadiq, P Amyotte, B Veitch
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 91 (1-2), 1-18, 2013
1472013
Methodology for computer aided fuzzy fault tree analysis
R Ferdous, F Khan, B Veitch, PR Amyotte
Process safety and environmental protection 87 (4), 217-226, 2009
1362009
Risk-based decision-making for drilling waste discharges using a fuzzy synthetic evaluation technique
R Sadiq, T Husain, B Veitch, N Bose
Ocean Engineering 31 (16), 1929-1953, 2004
1282004
Occupational accident models—Where have we been and where are we going?
D Attwood, F Khan, B Veitch
Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 19 (6), 664-682, 2006
1062006
Handling data uncertainties in event tree analysis
R Ferdous, F Khan, R Sadiq, P Amyotte, B Veitch
Process safety and environmental protection 87 (5), 283-292, 2009
1042009
Handling and updating uncertain information in bow-tie analysis
R Ferdous, F Khan, R Sadiq, P Amyotte, B Veitch
Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 25 (1), 8-19, 2012
962012
Human reliability assessment during offshore emergency conditions
M Musharraf, J Hassan, F Khan, B Veitch, S MacKinnon, S Imtiaz
Safety science 59, 19-27, 2013
912013
Linkage-based frameworks for sustainability assessment: making a case for driving force-pressure-state-exposure-effect-action (DPSEEA) frameworks
B Waheed, F Khan, B Veitch
Sustainability 1 (3), 441-463, 2009
872009
Revised fire consequence models for offshore quantitative risk assessment
R Pula, FI Khan, B Veitch, PR Amyotte
Journal of loss prevention in the process industries 18 (4-6), 443-454, 2005
852005
A grid based approach for fire and explosion consequence analysis
R Pula, FI Khan, B Veitch, PR Amyotte
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 84 (2), 79-91, 2006
842006
The life story of a first-year sea ice ridge
M Leppäranta, M Lensu, P Kosloff, B Veitch
Cold Regions Science and Technology 23 (3), 279-290, 1995
821995
A state-of-the-art review of fate and transport of oil spills in open and ice-covered water
M Afenyo, B Veitch, F Khan
Ocean Engineering 119, 233-248, 2016
812016
Methodology for computer-aided fault tree analysis
R Ferdous, FI Khan, B Veitch, PR Amyotte
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 85 (1), 70-80, 2007
712007
Distribution of heavy metals in sediment pore water due to offshore discharges: an ecological risk assessment
R Sadiq, T Husain, N Bose, B Veitch
Environmental Modelling & Software 18 (5), 451-461, 2003
672003
Arctic shipping accident scenario analysis using Bayesian Network approach
M Afenyo, F Khan, B Veitch, M Yang
Ocean Engineering 133, 224-230, 2017
652017
Developing a quantitative tool for sustainability assessment of HEIs
B Waheed, FI Khan, B Veitch
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2011
632011
An operational risk analysis tool to analyze marine transportation in Arctic waters
B Khan, F Khan, B Veitch, M Yang
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 169, 485-502, 2018
582018
Understanding industrial safety: Comparing Fault tree, Bayesian network, and FRAM approaches
D Smith, B Veitch, F Khan, R Taylor
Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 45, 88-101, 2017
512017
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