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

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This can be realistic to assume independence between system components . explained by the fact that

This can be realistic to assume independence between system components . explained by the fact that

**cracks**from the tail end of the initial defect ...Page 436

The statistical distribution of time to

The statistical distribution of time to

**crack**initiation ,**crack**propagation and**crack**detection are updated at each time of inspection and used to derive ...Page 438

( t ) = P { C } ( 20 ) The Eqns ( 17 ) and ( 20 ) include all possible cases of the

( t ) = P { C } ( 20 ) The Eqns ( 17 ) and ( 20 ) include all possible cases of the

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