## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 18, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1999 - Arctic regions |

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and then the probability ( cf . to the probability at the current pressure ) of

during 20 year operation . Accordingly , many

induced cracking or high cycle fatigue , can be considered ' noncredible ' by this ...

and then the probability ( cf . to the probability at the current pressure ) of

**failure**during 20 year operation . Accordingly , many

**failure**modes such as hydrogeninduced cracking or high cycle fatigue , can be considered ' noncredible ' by this ...

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Therefore

anchors or trawl gear interaction , are not considered to be credible . The credible

...

Therefore

**failure**modes involving external impact , for instance from droppedanchors or trawl gear interaction , are not considered to be credible . The credible

**failure**modes that may lead to the pipeline reaching the Serviceability Limit State...

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In using risk for financial analysis it is necessary to determine the consequence of

development of the Risk Analysis is given . This paper discusses the different ...

In using risk for financial analysis it is necessary to determine the consequence of

**failure**in monetary terms . In the paper by Sørheim and Bai ( 1999 ) a detaileddevelopment of the Risk Analysis is given . This paper discusses the different ...

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### Contents

PIPELINE RELIABILITY AND LIMIT STATES DESIGN | 1 |

DESIGN OF PIPELINES AND RISERS | 5 |

OMAE99PIPE5019 | 21 |

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