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

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Eq . 17 a pf = 1-07 ( 1- P1 , )

Eq . 17 a pf = 1-07 ( 1- P1 , )

**failures**will occur at the same time and the probability of system**failure**in any year is the same as the probability of any one crack site**failing**. As correlation reduces so the**failure**probability ...Page 260

Even between the control system types , the multiplexed types were also observed to be subjected to more dangerous

Even between the control system types , the multiplexed types were also observed to be subjected to more dangerous

**failure**modes than the hydraulic types . The effect of water depth can be seen in Table 10 , this only includes**failures**...Page 323

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**Failure**rate Rank**Failure**rate rate 1,2,3 Very low event caused by a potential design weakness . 8 Highly likely It is highly likely that consequence occurs given the occurrence of the**failure**event due to a highly likely ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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