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Comparison of STPA and Bow-tie Method Outcomes in the Development and Testing of an Automated Water Quality Management System
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The technology available to water quality management applications needs to be advanced due to greater use of automation to increase ease of operation, support remote operation and reduce risks due to operator error. In this case study, a comparison is made between System-Theoretic Process Analysis (STPA) and the Bow-tie methodology for identifying process hazards and countermeasures which can be used to guide the design and testing of an automated water quality management system (AWQMS). Fordoi:10.1051/matecconf/201927302008 fatcat:7yggwh5wpvfd5ps5sizjsc65za