With more than 20 employees Rambøll Risk and Safety can provide a high level of expertise within risk analysis and CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) consultancy services. We manage and perform risk analysis and risk management from the early beginnings of a project until decommissioning. We carry out a wide range of more detailed risk studies as described below. Our clients cover a wide spectrum of service areas such as transport, infrastructure, buildings and environment.
Areas of expertise
Quantified Risk Analysis
Quantified Risk Analysis (QRA) is dealing with a detailed modelling of event probabilities and consequences and covers the following:
- Bridges – ship collision, traffic load modelling, wind load modelling
- Tunnels – fires and explosions, evacuation, emergency planning
- Transport – railway safety (RAMS), Navigational risk, road and rail accidents
- Energy – human safety, availability, reliability
- Process plants – ATEX, Land use planning, Authority approval, SIL requirements
Project Risk Management
Project Risk Management is a systematic approach to identify and reduce risks related to project execution or to company daily production and covers project cost overrun, delays and quality as well as risk management of project execution – day to day based risk assessment and follow up.
Mathematical modelling and advanced data analyses
As an integrated part of a risk analysis – or as a separate service - the Risk and Safety department performs advanced data analyses and mathematical modelling tasks. The department uses both state-of –the-art commercial software tools (MatLab, @RISK, HUGIN etc.) and develops its own tools and models suited to solve the specific problem at hand.
Computational Fluid dynamics
An Advanced Flow Engineering group within the department works exclusively with fluid dynamics and has experience on an international level in building and analysing CFD models. The works includes tasks in several countries and abroad within e.g. wind environment, wind and wave loading, indoor ventilation, fires and explosions. Advanced computer simulation models (ANSYS, CFX) are applied in the work.