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Author: Yu Deming; Yu Deming; Dan Ming; Li Yange; ;
Language: English
Page: 270
Publication Date: 05/2021
ISBN: 9787548743354
Publisher: Central South University Press
Series: Series in "The Belt and Road" International Railway Talents Education
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Drivers,concepts and characteristics of international projects
1.2 Concepts and key features of construction megaprojects
1.3 International project delivery systems
1.4 Global railway construction markets
1.5 Introduction of risk management
1.6 Channel Tunnel Rail Link risk transfer and innovation in project delivery
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 2 Risk Management Principles, Frameworks and Processes
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Risk management principles
2.3 Risk management conceptual frameworks
2.4 Risk management process
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 3 Legal Systems,Contracts, and Legal Risks
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Governing law system
3.3 Different types of legal systems
3.4 Differences between common law system and civil law system
3.5 International engineering and construction contracts
3.6 Legal risks in international railway projects
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 4 Project Risk Formation Mechanisms
4.1 Construction accident formation mechanisms
4.2 PPP/BOT transportation project failure mechanisms
4.3 International railway project loss mechanisms
4.4 International railway project loss case
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 5 Risk Identification Techniques
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Assumptions and constraints analysis
5.3 Scenario analysis
5.4 Flow diagram
5.5 SWOT Analysis
5.6 Cause and effect diagrams
5.7 Checklists
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 6 Sensitivity Analysis, Bayesian Analysis and Decision Tree Analysis
6.1 Sensitivity analysis
6.2 Bayesian analysis
6.3 Decision tree analysis
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 7 Preliminary Hazard Analysis, Influence diagrams technique and Z-Matrix
7.1 Preliminary hazard analysis
7.2 Influence diagrams
7.3 Z-Matrix
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 8 Event Tree Analysis and Fault Tree Analysis
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Event tree analysis
8.3 Fault tree analysis
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 9 Monte Carlo Simulation
9.1 Commonly used probability distributions in engineering
9.2 Basics of Monte Carlo simulation
9.3 Generation of random numbers
9.4 CDF-inverse method (continuous case)
9.5 Acceptance-rejection method
9.6 Generation random variates from probability distributions
9.7 Variance-reduction techniques
9.8 Monte Carlo simulation case
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 10 System dynamics
10.1 Historical overview of the system dynamics approach
10.2 Causal loop diagrams and stock and flow diagrams
10.3 Procedures for using the system dynamics method
10.4 Application case of system dynamics
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 11 Project Risk Early Earning
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Earned-value-management-based project schedule and cost early warning
11.3 Earned-schedule-based project schedule early warning
11.4 Dynamic-control threshold-based project schedule early warning
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 12 Construction Insurance and Surety Bonds
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Insurance for international railway engineering projects
12.3 Surety bonds for international railway engineering projects
Exercises and Discussions
Chapter 13 Variations, Claims and Disputes
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Variations in construction
13.3 Claims in construction
13.4 Disputes in construction
Exercises and Discussions
References
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