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Author
Nowak-Senderowska Dagmara (AGH University of Science and Technology Kraków, Poland), Schmidt-Polończyk Natalia (AGH University of Science and Technology Kraków, Poland)
Title
Evaluating determinants of safety in a road tunnel in terms of fire hazard with the use the method of Analytic Hierarchy Process
Ocena determinant bezpieczeństwa w tunelu drogowym w aspekcie zagrożenia pożarowego przy wykorzystaniu metody Analytic Hierarchy Process
Source
Logistyka, Logistyka - nauka, 2015, nr 5, CD 1, s. 1173-1184, rys., tab., wykr., bibliogr. 19 poz.
Keyword
Transport samochodowy, Tunele komunikacyjne, Bezpieczeństwo, Bezpieczeństwo w transporcie
Motor transport, Communication tunnels, Security, Transport safety
Note
summ., streszcz.
Abstract
W niniejszym artykule przedstawiono analizy zagrożeń występujących w tunelach drogowych podczas eksploatacji, w odniesieniu do bezpieczeństwa użytkowników tych obiektów. Szczególną uwagę poświę- cono wytypowanemu, przy wykorzystaniu metody AHP, zagrożeniu pożarowemu, które zostało uznane na najistotniejsze według przyjętych kryteriów. Dalsze rozważania skupiono na wyborze i ocenie czynników determinujących poziom bezpieczeństwa pożarowego, wskazując wyjścia awaryjne, wentylację po- żarową, procedury operacyjne podczas wypadków i ćwiczenia ratunkowe za nadrzędne. Stwierdzono, że wskazane parametry dotyczą minimalizacji rozmiaru skutków zaistniałych pożarów. (abstrakt oryginalny)

This article presents the analysis of hazards in road tunnels occurring during their use, with respect to the safety of users of these structures. Particular attention was paid to the fire hazard, selected using the AHP method, which was recognized as being the most important according to the established criteria. Further discussion was focused on the selection and evaluation of the factors determining the level of fire safety, pointing to emergency exits, fire ventilation, operating procedures during accidents, as well as emergency drills as overriding. It was found that the identified parameters relate to minimizing the size of the effects of fires. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1231-5478
Language
eng
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