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Abstract

Goal of in-service NDT carried out in engineering plants is to reduce operational risk via contribution to insurance of the components’ structural integrity. NDT in structural integrity assessment has two directions. One of the basic problems in reliability assessment of engineering components having crack like flaws is on how the crack sensitivity of the component can be defined in terms of characteristic numbers. If we would be able to define it than the hazard of different flaws could be compared by pure numbers. The definition and introduction of a Crack Propagation Sensitivity Index of a component has fundamental meaning because the experimental results of the NDT, the loading conditions and the crack propagation resistance are physically connected by applying fracture mechanics principles in the components reliability assessment.

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