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This report is the outcome of a major joint industry sponsored project initiated by UEG. Its overall aim is to improve the effectiveness of underwater inspection of offshore installations, particularly through the use of a more rational method of planning inspection operations. The heart of this method is that that an installation owner should be provided with a level of confidence in the condition of each component of the installation commensurate with the consequences of failure of that component. Content: Front Matter • Summary • List of Tables • List of Figures • Table of Contents 1. Introduction •Part I. The Need for Change and the Basis of a New Approach 2. Underwater Inspection in Context 3. Basis of a Rational Approach •Part II. Effective Implementation 4. Damage, Deterioration and Fouling 5. Management of Inspection Planning 6. Management of Inspection Operations 7. Inspection and Monitoring Operations 8. Assessment of Damage •Part III. Interaction between Design and Inspection 9. Design-Inspection Interaction 10. Design for Ease of Inspection and Monitoring • References Appendices
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