I am currently looking into a piping life expectancy adjustment for accounting and i am not finding many resources on the subject. My objective is to document what would be ther normal life and be able to back it up with some sources. The piping i'm lloking at is carbon steel fuel oil piping in a marine environment; anyone has infos on where i should look?
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