## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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average safety

average safety

**factor**) , compared to 0.33 . These values represent no improvement in the ability to predict burst pressure . B31G Modified 3.5 B31G failure equation ignores the width of a defect . Extending the B31G approach to more ...Page 228

1.5 0.74 to 1.77 ; and the standard deviation is 0.20 , which equals 16 percent of the average safety

1.5 0.74 to 1.77 ; and the standard deviation is 0.20 , which equals 16 percent of the average safety

**factor**. These values are similar to those of the effective - area method shown in Figure 3. Hence , the elastic finite - element ...Page 253

The calibrated usage

The calibrated usage

**factor**corresponding to a target failure probabilty of 10-6 is 0.94 as that for the ultimate limit state . The ultimate limit state function is as given by eqn . ( 19 ) . The uncertainty measures are summarized in ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

MEASUREMENT AND METERING | 1 |

OFFSHORE PIPELINE TECHNOLOGY | 53 |

CODESSTANDARDS AND REGULATIONS | 75 |

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