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

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Tools and techniques for structural reliability assessment and for risk based

inspection and maintenance planning are being devcloped by a number of

authors ( e.g. Faber and Straub , 2001 ) . It is not the intention of the

paper to ...

Tools and techniques for structural reliability assessment and for risk based

inspection and maintenance planning are being devcloped by a number of

authors ( e.g. Faber and Straub , 2001 ) . It is not the intention of the

**present**paper to ...

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The sizes are used to determine the probability that given a defect is

will have depth a . It is important to note that sizing errors in non - destructive

defect depth measurements can be significant for some methods , such as

manual ...

The sizes are used to determine the probability that given a defect is

**present**itwill have depth a . It is important to note that sizing errors in non - destructive

defect depth measurements can be significant for some methods , such as

manual ...

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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

no 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 ) + p / 1DPD ) ( 6 ) where ő is the event ofno defect ...

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