(PUBLIC REVIEW DRAFT) 131R-23: Introduction to Fault Tree Analysis for Projects [2nd public review]

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(PUBLIC REVIEW DRAFT) 131R-23: Introduction to Fault Tree Analysis for Projects [2nd public review]

  • 1.  (PUBLIC REVIEW DRAFT) 131R-23: Introduction to Fault Tree Analysis for Projects [2nd public review]

    Posted 05-10-2024 08:45 AM

    (PUBLIC REVIEW DRAFT) 131R-23: Introduction to Fault Tree Analysis for Projects [2nd public review]

    You may provide your comment by either:

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    ·         Providing mark-up in the PDF file and posting it in this thread

    ·         Providing your comment in the "REVIEWER" columns of the Excel file and posting it in this thread

    This draft RP is open for review and comment until June 24, 2024.



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    Christian Heller
    Director of Technical Guidance
    AACE International
    cheller@aacei.org
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  • 2.  RE: (PUBLIC REVIEW DRAFT) 131R-23: Introduction to Fault Tree Analysis for Projects [2nd public review]

    Posted 05-20-2024 06:40 PM
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    Posted on behalf of John Schuyler.



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    Christian Heller
    Director of Technical Guidance
    AACE International
    cheller@aacei.org
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  • 3.  RE: (PUBLIC REVIEW DRAFT) 131R-23: Introduction to Fault Tree Analysis for Projects [2nd public review]

    Posted 25 days ago
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    Thank you for submitting this proposed RP document. The effort in preparing these documents is very much recognized and appreciated.

    Attached you will find the Excel file that includes several minor changes and corrections to improve the readability of certain sentences and sections and a few suggestions with respect to its content.

    The main suggestions for this RP are concerning its Conclusions and Title. As described in detail in the attached Excel file, the title of the RP should include the words "Risk Analysis" as the Fault Tree Analysis methodology is very much defined and used for risk analysis. Lastly, the conclusions should be thoroughly expanded or replaced, as they only include three paragraphs that were quoted from references, and two of them were already included in the Introduction. 

    Appreciated,

    LH
    Encl. (1) "PRD_131R-23_2024-06-15_CommentLog-Luis_Henrique_Martinez.xlsx"



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    Luis Henrique Martinez, Ph.D.
    Director Project Controls
    Clearway Energy
    Chandler AZ
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