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Impact Frequency Evaluation.
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DOE Standard Accident Analysis For Aircraft Crash Into Hazardous Facilities
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Structural Evaluation - std30140031


DOE-STD-3014-96
d.
The estimated number of operations per year at each source, for each
candidate aircraft category/subcategory, and flight phase. (Data)
e.
The representative crash probability for each candidate aircraft
category/subcategory and flight phase. (Defined)
f.
The crash location probability for each candidate aircraft
category/subcategory and flight phase. (Defined)
g.
The mean of the cotangent of the impact angle for each candidate
aircraft category/subcategory and flight phase. (Defined)
h.
The mean skid length for each candidate aircraft category/subcategory
and flight phase. (Defined)
i.
The facility/site dimensions. (Available from existing facility and site
design documents)
j.
Crash location expected frequency of an in-flight crash for each
candidate aircraft category/subcategory. (Defined)
Outputs:
a.
The annual impact frequency for each candidate aircraft
category/subcategory.
b.
The total annual impact frequency for all candidate aircraft
categories/subcategories.
c.
A list of aircraft categories/subcategories that contribute to exceeding
the impact frequency evaluation guideline (if any).
Structural Screening and Evaluation.
3.3
3.3.1
Structural Screening. Structural screening consists of simplified but conservative
structural evaluation of the facility using two bounding missiles, one for building
local damage evaluation and the other for building collapse evaluation
(Section 6.2). If this evaluation indicates that the building components meet the
structural screening guidelines (Section 4.3) for all impact locations and if there is
no safety-related equipment supported from the building structure in the vicinity of
the postulated impact, the risk is deemed small and the results are documented. If
the guidelines are exceeded for any impact location or if there is any safety-related
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