His primary areas of investigation include Forensic engineering, Risk analysis, Domino, Domino effect and Risk assessment. His Forensic engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Duct and Petroleum engineering. In his research, Combustion and Methane is intimately related to Hydrocarbon, which falls under the overarching field of Petroleum engineering.
His studies deal with areas such as Seismic risk and Earthquake scenario as well as Risk analysis. His Domino study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Inherent safety, Overpressure and Transport engineering. His work carried out in the field of Risk assessment brings together such families of science as Hazard, Risk analysis and Probit model.
His primary scientific interests are in Risk assessment, Risk analysis, Combustion, Waste management and Forensic engineering. The Risk assessment study combines topics in areas such as Risk analysis and Natural hazard. Ernesto Salzano has researched Risk analysis in several fields, including Hazard, Hazard analysis and Process.
His Combustion study combines topics in areas such as Hydrogen, Work, Laminar flow, Methane and Rapid phase transition. His Forensic engineering research incorporates elements of Pipeline transport, Flammable liquid and Domino. His Domino research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Overpressure and Blast wave.
His primary areas of study are Work, Combustion, Flammability limit, Liquefied natural gas and Risk assessment. His Work research integrates issues from Thermal, Computational fluid dynamics, Nuclear engineering, Evaporation and Rapid phase transition. His study in Combustion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Laminar flow and Heat flux.
The concepts of his Risk assessment study are interwoven with issues in Operations management, Environmental planning, Natural hazard, Risk analysis and Physical security. His study in the fields of Risk analysis under the domain of Risk analysis overlaps with other disciplines such as Industrial control system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Probabilistic logic and Domino.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Work, Combustion, Hazardous waste, Flammability limit and Methane. His Work research includes themes of Thermal, Laminar flow, Nuclear engineering, Diluent and Process engineering. His Combustion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fluid dynamics, Syngas and Heat flux.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Risk analysis, Risk analysis, Wind engineering and Storage tank in addition to Hazardous waste. His Risk analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Risk assessment and Chemical industry. Ernesto Salzano combines subjects such as Probabilistic logic and Domino with his study of Risk analysis.
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Escalation thresholds in the assessment of domino accidental events
Valerio Cozzani;Gianfilippo Gubinelli;Ernesto Salzano.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2006)
The quantitative assessment of domino effects caused by overpressure. Part I. Probit models.
Valerio Cozzani;Ernesto Salzano.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2004)
Quantitative risk analysis of oil storage facilities in seismic areas
Giovanni Fabbrocino;Iunio Iervolino;Francesca Orlando;Ernesto Salzano.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2005)
Seismic risk of atmospheric storage tanks in the framework of quantitative risk analysis
E. Salzano;I. Iervolino;G. Fabbrocino.
Journal of Loss Prevention in The Process Industries (2003)
Prevention of domino effect: from active and passive strategies to inherently safer design.
Valerio Cozzani;Alessandro Tugnoli;Ernesto Salzano.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2007)
CFD analysis of gas explosions vented through relief pipes
G. Ferrara;A. Di Benedetto;E. Salzano;G. Russo.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2006)
Industrial accidents triggered by natural hazards: an emerging risk issue
E. Krausmann;V. Cozzani;E. Salzano;E. Renni;E. Renni.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2011)
Explosion behavior of hydrogen–methane/air mixtures
Ernesto Salzano;Francesco Cammarota;Almerinda Di Benedetto;Valeria Di Sarli.
Journal of Loss Prevention in The Process Industries (2012)
Venting of gas explosion through relief ducts: Interaction between internal and external explosions
G. Ferrara;S.K. Willacy;H.N. Phylaktou;G.E. Andrews.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2008)
Risk assessment and early warning systems for industrial facilities in seismic zones
Ernesto Salzano;Anita Garcia Agreda;Antonio Di Carluccio;Giovanni Fabbrocino.
Reliability Engineering & System Safety (2009)
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