Erratum to: Current Energy Requirements in the Copper Producing Industries
M.C. Jha, G.R. Wicker, and G.A. Meyer, "Selective Precipitation of Nickel and Cobalt
Sulfides from Acidic Sulfate Solution," U.S. Patent
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tion, e.g., embrittlement of metals. Data
Accumulation and Assessment-role of data
bases and standard reference data; data
modeling and reliability including laboratory
testing vs. full-scale testing; condition moni
toring and surveillance. Assessment Method
ologies-life cycle concepts and risk analysis;
structural integrity vs. fitness-for-purpose
criteria; failure assessment diagrams; deter
ministic vs. probabilistic methods.
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