FMEA AND BOW TIE ANALYSIS Methods for the Risk Analysis of Tobacco Processing Plant Boilers


Conditioning and casing are the most crucial steps in the manufacturing of tobacco. Tobacco quality will be ascertained by that technique. The jet conditioning cylinder engine is where the conditioning and casing procedure is carried out. The boiler will then help to supply the steam. A boiler failure would cause the entire manufacturing process to stop and result in significant losses. The aim of this study is to use bowtie analysis to assess the degree of risk that could result in a boiler accident, identify preventive controls and mitigating measures for the boiler, and identify suitable recommendations for the current barrier conditions in the boiler at a tobacco processing factory. Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) is the procedure used to assess the boiler's level of accident risk. In the meantime, a boiler in the tobacco processing plant is subjected to Bow Tie Analysis to identify preventative controls and mitigation actions. The research's conclusion indicates that the top event in the bowtie analysis is comprised of two high-risk components: a broken attemperator and a damaged feed water pump. There are two threats and three repercussions associated with the broken temperature, all of which need for an extra barrier. Two threats and one consequence from a broken feed water pump need the installation of an extra barrier.

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