## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 15, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1996 - Arctic regions |

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P ( t ) can be

P ( t ) can be

**assumed**given in discretized form as follows ( Naess , 1990 ) P ( t ) = . Vs ( 0 ) 40 B ; e insie ( 6 ) j = -n exceed the displacement velocity of the structure . Accordingly , the following approximation will be adopted ...Page 247

The distribution of a , and m is considered to be a normal distribution and for the wave loading it is

The distribution of a , and m is considered to be a normal distribution and for the wave loading it is

**assumed**to be an ... These three random variables are considered to be statistically independent , which is a reasonable**assumption**...Page 467

The lifting is

The lifting is

**assumed**to take place once a year and last for 1 hour . That gives a frequency for dropped object of 3.1 • 10-4 Blow - out during work over : During work - over the probability for blowouts is 0,016 . Ref . 4 .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

PROBABILISTIC MODELLING OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND RESPONSE | 1 |

A Nonlinear Model | 29 |

STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY | 95 |

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