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

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It is argued that better models can be

It is argued that better models can be

**developed**only with the aid of a good understanding of the corrosion processes . This immediately shows that marine corrosion is not a linear function of time as often assumed .Page 293

Therefore , this work proposes the

Therefore , this work proposes the

**development**of a methodology for identification of uncertainties sources and of the ... In this way , during the 50 and 60 decades , the engineer and researcher Taguchi G.**developed**the concept of ...Page 304

( 47 ) forıl " ( z , t ) , exact solutions can be

( 47 ) forıl " ( z , t ) , exact solutions can be

**developed**for computing the time - domain integrals in equations ( 48 ) and ( 49 ) , as functions of the Fourier coefficients { A. ” – y ( z ) o , V. " } and { B. " + y ( 2 ) 00 , U " } ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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