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Research and Application of Lightning Disaster Risk Assessment of Gas Station

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DOI: 10.23977/acss.2022.060109 | Downloads: 6 | Views: 66


Haipeng LIU 1


1 SMS Financial Accounting Center (Shanghai Meteorological Administrative Service Center), Shanghai 200030, China

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Haipeng LIU


In order to scientifically guide gas stations to implement the main responsibility of lightning disaster prevention, the corresponding lightning disaster risk assessment model and multi-level indexes weight evaluation method are explored. The analytic hierarchy process (AHP) is used to establish the indexes judgment matrix of each layer, the maximum characteristic root of the matrix is calculated and the consistency test is carried out, and the weight of each index is obtained. Based on the lightning location monitoring data of Shanghai in recent 12 years (2009 ~ 2020) and the data obtained from field visits and surveys, the lightning disaster risk index of each gas station is calculated. According to the classification method, the risk level and higher risk factors of each station are determined, and targeted suggestions are put forward to guide gas stations to take effective measures to prevent or reduce the risk of lightning disaster.


Gas Station, Lightning Disaster, Risk Assessment, Analytic Hierarchy Process


Haipeng LIU, Research and Application of Lightning Disaster Risk Assessment of Gas Station. Advances in Computer, Signals and Systems (2022) Vol. 6: 67-74. DOI:


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