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SILVESTRI ALESSANDRO - Professore Associato

English version

Afferente a: Dipartimento: Ingegneria Civile e Meccanica

Settore Scientifico Disciplinare: ING-IND/17

  • Insegnamento GESTIONE DEI PROGETTI (90196)

    Primo anno di Ingegneria Gestionale (LM-31), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 9,00
  • Insegnamento SYSTEM AND HUMAN RELIABILITY (92332)

    Primo anno di Civil and Environmental Engineering (LM-23), Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Course in English:
    - RAMS analysis of a complex system: Reliability, Availability; Maintainability (testability and maintenance) and Safety. Predictive models.
    - Effects of unreliability: costs of failure caused by system downtime, cost of spares, repair equipment, personnel, cost of warranty claims and preserving life and nature.
    - Human Reliability Analysis (HRA): human performance factors (age, state of mind, physical health, attitude, emotions, propensity for certain common mistakes, errors and cognitive biases etc.). Cognitive models.
    - Human factors and ergonomics, human-machine interactions and possible technologies in Industry 4.0.

    Testi:
    Course in English:
    O’Connor P, Kleyner A.; Practical Reliability Engineering. John Wiley & Sons; 2012
    Falcone D. et al; Human Factors and Reliability Engineering for Safety and Security in Critical Infrastructures.
    Decision Making, Theory, and Practice - Chapter 3: Mathematical Models for Reliability Allocation and Optimization
    for Complex Systems. Springer Series in Reliability Engineering; 2017
    Falcone D. et al; Theory and Application on Cognitive Factors and Risk Management New Trends and Procedures - Chapter 6: An experimental study on developing a cognitive model for human reliability analysis. Intech; 2018

    Valutazione:
    Course in English:
    The oral examination allows of evaluating the knowledge level and the autonomy achieved by the student. The project work allows of applying the arguments discussed in the classroom. The examination includes questions able to evaluate both knowledge and competence of each student

  • Insegnamento GESTIONE DEI PROGETTI (90196)

    Secondo anno di Ingegneria Gestionale (LM-31), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 9,00
  • Insegnamento QUALITA' E LEAN PRODUCTION (92055)

    Secondo anno di Ingegneria Gestionale (LM-31), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00
  • Insegnamento SYSTEM AND HUMAN RELIABILITY (92332)

    Secondo anno di Civil and Environmental Engineering (LM-23), Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Course in English:
    - RAMS analysis of a complex system: Reliability, Availability; Maintainability (testability and maintenance) and Safety. Predictive models.
    - Effects of unreliability: costs of failure caused by system downtime, cost of spares, repair equipment, personnel, cost of warranty claims and preserving life and nature.
    - Human Reliability Analysis (HRA): human performance factors (age, state of mind, physical health, attitude, emotions, propensity for certain common mistakes, errors and cognitive biases etc.). Cognitive models.
    - Human factors and ergonomics, human-machine interactions and possible technologies in Industry 4.0.

    Testi:
    Course in English:
    O’Connor P, Kleyner A.; Practical Reliability Engineering. John Wiley & Sons; 2012
    Falcone D. et al; Human Factors and Reliability Engineering for Safety and Security in Critical Infrastructures.
    Decision Making, Theory, and Practice - Chapter 3: Mathematical Models for Reliability Allocation and Optimization
    for Complex Systems. Springer Series in Reliability Engineering; 2017
    Falcone D. et al; Theory and Application on Cognitive Factors and Risk Management New Trends and Procedures - Chapter 6: An experimental study on developing a cognitive model for human reliability analysis. Intech; 2018

    Valutazione:
    Course in English:
    The oral examination allows of evaluating the knowledge level and the autonomy achieved by the student. The project work allows of applying the arguments discussed in the classroom. The examination includes questions able to evaluate both knowledge and competence of each student

  • Insegnamento SYSTEM AND HUMAN RELIABILITY (92332)

    Secondo anno di Mechanical Engineering (LM-33), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Course in English:
    - RAMS analysis of a complex system: Reliability, Availability; Maintainability (testability and maintenance) and Safety. Predictive models.
    - Effects of unreliability: costs of failure caused by system downtime, cost of spares, repair equipment, personnel, cost of warranty claims and preserving life and nature.
    - Human Reliability Analysis (HRA): human performance factors (age, state of mind, physical health, attitude, emotions, propensity for certain common mistakes, errors and cognitive biases etc.). Cognitive models.
    - Human factors and ergonomics, human-machine interactions and possible technologies in Industry 4.0.

    Testi:
    Course in English:
    O’Connor P, Kleyner A.; Practical Reliability Engineering. John Wiley & Sons; 2012
    Falcone D. et al; Human Factors and Reliability Engineering for Safety and Security in Critical Infrastructures.
    Decision Making, Theory, and Practice - Chapter 3: Mathematical Models for Reliability Allocation and Optimization
    for Complex Systems. Springer Series in Reliability Engineering; 2017
    Falcone D. et al; Theory and Application on Cognitive Factors and Risk Management New Trends and Procedures - Chapter 6: An experimental study on developing a cognitive model for human reliability analysis. Intech; 2018

    Valutazione:
    Course in English:
    The oral examination allows of evaluating the knowledge level and the autonomy achieved by the student. The project work allows of applying the arguments discussed in the classroom. The examination includes questions able to evaluate both knowledge and competence of each student

  • Insegnamento TECNOLOGIE SPECIALI E SICUREZZA (32435)

    Modulo TECNOLOGIE SPECIALI E SICUREZZA (ING-IND/17)

    Secondo anno di Ingegneria Meccanica (LM-33), Progettazione meccanica
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 3,00

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  • Denominazione insegnamento (A.A. 2021/2022):
    31476 GESTIONE DEI PROGETTI - Ingegneria Gestionale
    90196 GESTIONE DEI PROGETTI - Ingegneria Gestionale
    Data e ora appello: 07/09/2022, ore 10:00
    Luogo:
    Tipo prova: prova scritta
    Prenotabile: dal 25/05/2022 al 06/09/2022 (prenota l'appello)
  • Denominazione insegnamento (A.A. 2021/2022):
    92055 QUALITA' E LEAN PRODUCTION - Ingegneria Gestionale
    Data e ora appello: 07/09/2022, ore 12:00
    Luogo:
    Tipo prova: prova scritta
    Prenotabile: dal 25/05/2022 al 06/09/2022 (prenota l'appello)
  • Denominazione insegnamento (A.A. 2021/2022):
    92332 SYSTEM AND HUMAN RELIABILITY - Mechanical Engineering
    92332 SYSTEM AND HUMAN RELIABILITY - Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Data e ora appello: 08/09/2022, ore 10:30
    Luogo:
    Tipo prova: prova scritta
    Prenotabile: dal 10/05/2022 al 07/09/2022 (prenota l'appello)