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

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where redundancy is not available . using the tree logic , calculate the initiating

very easy to judge that the probability of failure and its consequences are higher

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where redundancy is not available . using the tree logic , calculate the initiating

**event**frequency from the base**event**frequency estimates . In the latter case it isvery easy to judge that the probability of failure and its consequences are higher

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( Troll AGBS ) . and capacity ) appearing in the accidental

possibility This sub phase included the ... It will be focused on loss of the deck

structure as a consequence of the undesirable

QRA and ...

( Troll AGBS ) . and capacity ) appearing in the accidental

**events**, and thepossibility This sub phase included the ... It will be focused on loss of the deck

structure as a consequence of the undesirable

**event**" Towing The integration ofQRA and ...

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25 * 10 % average Occasional failure | 10 - 3 Repeated failure

potential design weakness . | Highly likely It is highly likely that consequence

occurs given the occurrence of the failure

25 * 10 % average Occasional failure | 10 - 3 Repeated failure

**event**caused by apotential design weakness . | Highly likely It is highly likely that consequence

occurs given the occurrence of the failure

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