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

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No · The parameters Hc and mym are calibrated so that the cumulative failure

probabilities

SN model . The inspection method considered here is magnetic particle

inspection ...

No · The parameters Hc and mym are calibrated so that the cumulative failure

probabilities

**determined**with the fm model are equal to those calculated with theSN model . The inspection method considered here is magnetic particle

inspection ...

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The value for C may be

assumptions are considered here ; an ... repairs , which took a total of 11 months

to carry out . For this case , it was possible to

cost of 3 .

The value for C may be

**determined**in a number of ways . Two sets ofassumptions are considered here ; an ... repairs , which took a total of 11 months

to carry out . For this case , it was possible to

**determine**a lower bound failurecost of 3 .

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+ Har ! ' con The probability distribution for the annual maximum individual wave

heighis is

function ( CDF ) for the maximum individual wave heighis in a storm given thc

pcak ...

+ Har ! ' con The probability distribution for the annual maximum individual wave

heighis is

**determined**by convolving of the short - term cumulative probabilityfunction ( CDF ) for the maximum individual wave heighis in a storm given thc

pcak ...

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