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

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formulated BPNs for the steps , see Figure 8 . In order to obtain the

mission failure for the entire decommissioning option , the steps are considered ...

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**probabilities**of mission failure can now be computed , using theformulated BPNs for the steps , see Figure 8 . In order to obtain the

**probability**ofmission failure for the entire decommissioning option , the steps are considered ...

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Figure 3b

failure due to fatigue crack growth

Thicknoss . . . . Actual Population . . . . . Population inforred from 20 Samples •

Population ...

Figure 3b

**Probability**density functions for wall thickness Figure 5**Probability**offailure due to fatigue crack growth

**Probability**Donsity Functions for WallThicknoss . . . . Actual Population . . . . . Population inforred from 20 Samples •

Population ...

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As correlation reduces so the failure

value . where df , is the failure

convenient to treat members of a system as independent , since the system

failure ...

As correlation reduces so the failure

**probability**increases to the uncorrelatedvalue . where df , is the failure

**probability**of each member . It is thereforeconvenient to treat members of a system as independent , since the system

failure ...

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