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A number of mathematical modelling techniques exist which are used to measure the performance of a given system, by
assessing each individual component within the system. This can be used to determine the failure frequency or probability of failure
of the system. Software is available to undertake the task of analysing these mathematical models after an individual or group of
individuals manually create the models. The process of generating these models is time consuming and reduces the impact of the
model on the system design. One way to improve this would be to automatically generate the model. In this work the procedure to
automatically construct a model, based on Petri nets, for systems undergoing a phased-mission is applied to a pressure tank system,
undertaking a four phase mission.