By Alexandre Jacobs
This article discusses the impact of information science issues on gas pipeline explosions. In order to achieve this, the discussion first clarifies the notion of information science, and presents a sample of disciplines in this broad and complex field (project management, knowledge management, and quality of information). data). For each of them, problematic symptoms will be selected and then exposed. The article will then determine the specific part of the gas industry that will be the focus of attention, as well as the main causes of explosions that affect it. In order to provide a comprehensive overview of these problems in pipeline explosions and to judge their impact, the article will focus on the presence of these symptoms in three accident reports (one in Canada, one in the United States, United States, and one in the European Union) that deal with the three causes.
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