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

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It is not the intention of the

It is not the intention of the

**present**paper to review this work . However , some comments are made in Section 2 about the structural reliability which forms the basis for the corrosion modelling work discussed in the ...Page 121

In general the information required is the number and size of defects found within a given quantity of weld metal . The number of defects is used to determine the probability p ( D ) that a defect will be

In general the information required is the number and size of defects found within a given quantity of weld metal . The number of defects is used to determine the probability p ( D ) that a defect will be

**present**within a ...Page 122

The probability of nothing being found by an inspection , pli ) . consists of two parts : the probabilities of finding nothing when there is , or is not , a defect

The probability of nothing being found by an inspection , pli ) . consists of two parts : the probabilities of finding nothing when there is , or is not , a defect

**present**. That is , p ( I ) = p [ / ID ) p ( D ) + pliūpso ) ( 6 ) where ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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