One of the activities included in the DESTINATION project - DangErous tranSport To New prevenTive Instruments, related to the safety of dangerous goods transport by road, concerns the analysis of data from the monitoring network implemented on the project area. The monitoring network consists of more than 30 cameras - gates able to detect the orange plate (reading the letters and numbers KEMLER and UN code) positioned on vehicles used to transport hazardous substances; the cameras were installed in the 5 regions involved in the project. At the end of the first year of the monitoring system operation (2015), an analysis of the acquired data was performed in order to know the type and quantity of substances passing through the roads of the project area. Due to the lack of thorough statistical data about this type of transport, the proposed study can represent a valid database for carrying out quantitative risk analysis associated with the transport of dangerous goods by road. The statistical elaborations carried out are articulated on several levels: hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and by substance. The proposed work involves two kinds of analysis: general analysis (aggregated) and detailed analysis (disaggregated); aggregated analysis considers the average values referred to the whole project area while the disaggregated ones allow to analyse the information related to each single camera (gate).
|Titolo:||DESTINATION Project: Data Analysis Relating to the Transport of Dangerous Substances by Road in 2015|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|