This report summarizes the results of a series of deterministic and probabilistic fracture and fatigue calculations carried out in order to:
Demonstrate that ProCW correctly implements probabilistic ECA, eg by comparing selected deterministic and probabilistic calculations,
Show the effect of the choice of K-solution on the fatigue life and POF of pipes containing a circumferential flaw,
Implement a two-stage probabilistic model of fatigue crack growth, in both air and marine environments,
Consider the effects of modelling the fatigue crack growth threshold probabilistically,
Demonstrate the use of ProCW for a representative riser geometry and a complex loading spectrum,
For the same riser geometry/loading scenario, compare the POF implied by the use of design fatigue safety factors given in DNVGL-ST-F101 , DNVGL-RP-F204  and DNVGL-RP-F201  with the POF calculated directly from probabilistic calculations.
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