## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic EngineeringAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1994 - Arctic regions |

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1) Re-sizing the corrosion

inspections Corrosion rate = Sj j - Sj^+]) T where Sj : is the size (depth or length)

of corrosion

corrosion ...

1) Re-sizing the corrosion

**defects**reported in an inspection, i.e., in repeatinspections Corrosion rate = Sj j - Sj^+]) T where Sj : is the size (depth or length)

of corrosion

**defect**i as measured in inspection j, similarly, ^i (j+1) 's tne s'ze °fcorrosion ...

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The starting point in the model is the distribution of initial

tubular joints after fabrication. ... results on tubular joints are combined with a

fracture mechanics model in order to estimate the distribution of initial

sizes.

The starting point in the model is the distribution of initial

**defects**present in thetubular joints after fabrication. ... results on tubular joints are combined with a

fracture mechanics model in order to estimate the distribution of initial

**defect**sizes.

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The probability of failure calculated using this approach does not include the

effect of the number of

above analysis assumes that each tubular joint contains only one

if a ...

The probability of failure calculated using this approach does not include the

effect of the number of

**defects**in a tubular joint on the probability of failure. Theabove analysis assumes that each tubular joint contains only one

**defect**. Clearlyif a ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

Copyright | |

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