A Study on the Probability of Failure Model Based ...

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Water pipes corrode as the endurance period elapses, or become deteriorated according to the buried environment, sometimes causing functional failure and problems with stable water supply. Stable and continuous water supply for consumers requires the risk assessment of water pipes. The safety factor has been used in many fields as a direct evaluation index that can express the state of a facility and is also used as a reference to judge the necessity of pipe renewal. In this study, the safety factor was calculated in order to establish the Probability of Failure model, by using result data such as the pipe property and ratio of residual stress from the technological inspection of waterworks.

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Last updated June 16, 2016
Created June 16, 2016
Format PDF
License Creative Commons Attribution
created over 4 years ago
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tags Probability of Failure,Priority of pipe renewal,Safety factor,Probability of Failure,Priority of pipe renewal,Safety factor
topic Water supply and distribution
type Conference Paper
year 2,015