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A Combined AHP-PROMETHEE Approach for Intelligent Risk Prediction of Leak in a Storage Tank

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A Combined AHP-PROMETHEE Approach for Intelligent Risk Prediction of Leak in a Storage Tank. / Ikwan, Favour Chidinma; Sanders, David; Haddad, Malik.

In: International journal of reliability, risk & safety, 18.11.2020.

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title = "A Combined AHP-PROMETHEE Approach for Intelligent Risk Prediction of Leak in a Storage Tank",
abstract = "This paper describes the use of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) and Preference Ranking Organization Method for Enrichment Evaluation (PROMETHEE) method for predicting risk of leakage in a storage tank. This is the first time AHP and PROMETHEE have been used in this way. Important decisions about day to day operations are continually made in a petroleum environment. Storage tanks in refineries contain large volumes of flammable and hazardous liquids. Decision processes need to evaluate and select alternatives with a higher probability of resulting in a hazard, among many different alternatives. The new model described in this paper will aid decision makers to predict which tank is likely to develop a leak and determine what criteria (source of risk) could result in a leak. Although the case study deals with a specific risk prediction problem, the combination of AHP and PROMETHEE methods can be applied to other decision problems.",
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