## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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These

structure to be put into service . ... Whitman ( 1984 ) , for example , provides

examples of rates that are considered

these ...

These

**acceptable**failure rates control the loading and hence the design of thestructure to be put into service . ... Whitman ( 1984 ) , for example , provides

examples of rates that are considered

**acceptable**; it is interesting to note thatthese ...

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form and failure probability will be one tenth of the original value if the number of

peoples exposed to risk becomes ten times larger . CIRIA ' S equation is of CIRIA

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**Acceptable**annual failure probability Pę proposed in CIRIA report [ 7 ] has thisform and failure probability will be one tenth of the original value if the number of

peoples exposed to risk becomes ten times larger . CIRIA ' S equation is of CIRIA

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VLFS may be categorized in Involuntary risk and

will be much lower than probability calculated based on FAR of voluntary

activities . Table 2 Fatal Accident Rates for activities in Japan . FAR 43 . 5 46 . 3 4

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VLFS may be categorized in Involuntary risk and

**acceptable**failure probabilitywill be much lower than probability calculated based on FAR of voluntary

activities . Table 2 Fatal Accident Rates for activities in Japan . FAR 43 . 5 46 . 3 4

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