## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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It is

the case of a multi - linear S - N model , it is

Xic , represent uncertainties of all segments so that k ; = X fk Mkj and InC ; = X ...

It is

**assumed**that these parameters are correlated ( Karadeniz et al . , 1983 ) . Inthe case of a multi - linear S - N model , it is

**assumed**that two variables , XQ andXic , represent uncertainties of all segments so that k ; = X fk Mkj and InC ; = X ...

Page 372

016 An international airport is

airport daily . Average time spent by each departing passenger in the airport is

...

016 An international airport is

**assumed**. 48000 persons are**assumed**to use theairport daily . Average time spent by each departing passenger in the airport is

**assumed**3 hours and 2 hours for arriving passenger , annual exposure to activity...

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It is

the loads from the design situations from the eight directional sectors and that the

design waves are modelled by a regular wave theory as for instancc Stokes 5ch ...

It is

**assumed**that an offshore platform is designed by checking the platform forthe loads from the design situations from the eight directional sectors and that the

design waves are modelled by a regular wave theory as for instancc Stokes 5ch ...

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