Operational Resilience for Networks with Common-Cause Failures and Priority Repair  
Author Tetsushi Yuge


Co-Author(s) Natsumi Takahashi


Abstract The resilience of networks in which the performance of the network is measured by the service rate is discussed. The occurrence of the simultaneous failure of edges caused by the common cause failures is assumed to be the occurrence of disaster. Marshall-Olkin type shock model is incorporated to model the common cause failures. For the restoration, the failed edge will be repaired one by one and the order of the repair of several failed edges is determined with the priority to the edge that the amount of increasing system performance is the largest after the completion of repair. We propose two resilience measures, operational resilience and operational resilience in recovery phase.


Keywords Resilience, common-cause failure, Markov analysis, power distribution network
    Article #:  RQD28-162

Proceedings of 28th ISSAT International Conference on Reliability & Quality in Design
August 3-5, 2023