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SIFRA (System for Infrastructure Facility Resilience Analysis)

Geoscience Australia
Rahman, M.
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SIFRA is the acronym for 'System for Infrastructure Facility Resilience Analysis'. The system provides an analytical approach for modelling the vulnerability of high-value infrastructure facilities by taking into consideration the fragilities and configurations of its constituent components. In doing this it uses a network theory based approach for modelling the facility and its operations. This method makes it possible to consider the discrete component-level vulnerabilities within a facility and, significantly, their system-level operational implications to the composite facility fragility. SIFRA also includes tools for modelling system restoration times under varied levels of resource allocation scenarios, and for identifying component criticality.

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Developed within the Vulnerability, Resilience and Mitigation Section.

Issued: 2016

Modified: 30 04 2018

Modified: 27 03 2019

Modified: 09 04 2019

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SIFRA on GA GitHub page

uri : https://github.com/GeoscienceAustralia/sifra

SIFRA Documentation

uri : http://geoscienceaustralia.github.io/sifra/

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