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

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The process component subject to corrosion is represented by the critical

corrosion depth , which includes all parameters of the loads and the

by a ...

The process component subject to corrosion is represented by the critical

corrosion depth , which includes all parameters of the loads and the

**mechanical****properties**of the material . Although not possible in general , d cru is defined hereby a ...

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... Physical or

variables and system response variables . These random variables Xi ( t ) vary

more or less slowly in time . ( B ) When inspecting a set of n discrete " elements ”

such ...

... Physical or

**mechanical properties**, electrochemical characteristics , statevariables and system response variables . These random variables Xi ( t ) vary

more or less slowly in time . ( B ) When inspecting a set of n discrete " elements ”

such ...

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... shall be determined for the temperature distribution in the structural members

at time t by modifying the design resistance for normal temperature design ,

determined from Eurocode 9 Part 1.1 , to take account of the

... shall be determined for the temperature distribution in the structural members

at time t by modifying the design resistance for normal temperature design ,

determined from Eurocode 9 Part 1.1 , to take account of the

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