Urban Technical Services and Risks: Resilience Assessment Methodology

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Urban technical services are critical infrastructures that can be vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change. Their smooth operation therefore represents a major challenge for risk management and resilient territories. This research postulates that the analysis of the resilience of technical services is a prerequisite for the implementation of policies to improve urban resilience to climate change. A methodology for analyzing the resilience of urban technical services is proposed. It requires the analysis of the resistance, absorption and recovery capacities of these networks. In this context, developments have been made in order to analyze the structural properties of the technical networks, the interdependencies between the urban technical services and the putting back into service of these networks. These developments are mainly based on graph theory, methods derived from Dependability, linear optimization and spatial analysis.
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