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Natural Hazards Phase 3: Characterisation Technical Volumes and Case Studies - Presentation from Launch Event, 12 November 2018


Citation Electricité de France SA (EDF SA) Natural Hazards Phase 3: Characterisation Technical Volumes and Case Studies - Presentation from Launch Event, 12 November 2018, ETI, 2018. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000611.
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Author(s) Electricité de France SA (EDF SA)
Project partner(s) Electricité de France SA (EDF SA), ETI, IChemE, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Met Office, Mott Macdonald
Publisher ETI
DOI https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000611
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Abstract The Natural Hazards Review project will develop a framework and best practice approach to characterise natural hazards and seek to improve methodologies where current approaches are inefficient. This is to improve energy system infrastructure design and the project is intended to share knowledge of natural hazards across sectors. The project will be completed in three stages. Phase one will focus on a gap analysis. Phase two will look at developing a series of improved methodologies from the gaps identified in phase one, and phase three will demonstrate how to apply these methodologies. Finally, phase 3 will develop a “how to” guide for use by project engineers.

This document contains a slide set from the Launch Event oin November 2019, and sets the context for the outputs of the project known as “Natural Hazards Characterisation Technical Volumes and Case Studies.” It provides:
  • The background context to the project and the project outputs
  • Why the subject matters and action is required
  • A navigation aid to the suite of documents, what they individually contain, and how they fit together
  • The target audience; infrastructure owners, operators, asset managers, developers, investors, regulators and insurers
  • Broader relevance and read across into transport, the built environment, and civil emergency planning and response to the impact of natural hazards
  • Learning from the execution of this 5-year project relevant to investing and realising the benefits from complex, collaborative R&D
  • Guidance on where to find more
Associated Project(s) ETI-ST2011: Review of Natural Hazards
Associated Dataset(s) No associated datasets
Associated Publication(s)

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Case Study 1: Trawsfynydd

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Case Study 2: Dounreay

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Case Study 3: Hunterston

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Case Study 4: Teesmouth

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Case Study 5: Cottam

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 10: Space Weather

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 11: Marine Biological Fouling

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 12: Hazard Combinations

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 1: Introduction to the Technical Volumes and Case Studies

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 2: Extreme High and Low Air Temperature

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 3: Extreme Wind

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 4: Extreme Precipitation

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 5: River Flooding

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 6: Coastal Flooding

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 7: Seismic, Volcanic and Geological Hazards

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 8: Hail

Natural Hazards Phase 3: Volume 9: Lightning

Natural Hazards Review - Annexe to main report documenting hazards in tabular form

Natural Hazards Review - Presentation - Review of Natural Hazards Project

Natural Hazards Review - Request for Proposals

Natural Hazards Review - Review of Natural hazard characterisation methodologies