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

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Fig . 2 Total

uncertainties Mu Figure 3. 10000000.0 9000000.0 8000000.0 7000000.0

6000000.0

CNS ballast ...

Fig . 2 Total

**bending**moment amidships Table 1 Random variables and theiruncertainties Mu Figure 3. 10000000.0 9000000.0 8000000.0 7000000.0

6000000.0

**Bending**moment ( kN - m ) full load , CNS full load , WOS ballast ,CNS ballast ...

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Curvature is applied incrementally and at each small increase element strains ,

stresses and the hull

Curvature is applied incrementally and at each small increase element strains ,

stresses and the hull

**bending**moment are calculated . From this a complete**bending**moment - curvature relationship for the hull cross section is created .Page 354

7 shows the results of calculated statistical characteristics of wave induced

Plastic analysis 25 20 20 -Mean : 15 [ mm 125 [ mm ] 15 Moment ( x10 * 4Nmmi )

E ...

7 shows the results of calculated statistical characteristics of wave induced

**bending**moments . Fig . 5 Load - displacement curve of structural unit A. Rigid -Plastic analysis 25 20 20 -Mean : 15 [ mm 125 [ mm ] 15 Moment ( x10 * 4Nmmi )

E ...

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