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Distributions for extremes in large samples (Gumbel ). Although there have been ap- plications of classical extreme value techniques in air quality problems (SingpurwallaRoberts ), these are somewhat restricted in their applications because data series are generally too short for analyses based on annual maxima, which is the classical domain of the theory.
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This chapter presents technological innovations that support asset integrity management—a crucial activity for optimising plant efficiency. In ageing thermal and geothermal power plants, critical assets such as steam piping are subject to high pressures and temperatures that accelerate damage mechanisms.
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