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

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**acceptable**failure rates control the loading and hence the design of the structure to be put into service . ... Whitman ( 1984 ) , for example , provides examples of rates that are considered**acceptable**; it is interesting to note ...Page 371

**Acceptable**annual failure probability Pr proposed in CIRIA report [ 7 ] has this form and failure probability will be one tenth of the original value if the number of peoples exposed to risk becomes ten times larger .Page 372

VLFS may be categorized in Involuntary risk and

VLFS may be categorized in Involuntary risk and

**acceptable**failure probability will be much lower than probability calculated based on FAR of voluntary activities . Table 2 Fatal Accident Rates for activities in Japan .### What people are saying - Write a review

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