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

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These include the height of the

around the

These include the height of the

**brace**to caisson joint above the mudline , and the**brace**to caisson angle ( 31 degrees ) . Previous work has shown that the regionaround the

**brace**to caisson joint is often a critical location for these structures ...Page 335

Failure of diagonal

bounds for the conditional probabilities of failure for a given wave height H . Let

Bij denote the reliability index of the i - th bay ( deck or jacket ) as computed from

...

Failure of diagonal

**brace**in a jacket bay where pl are the upper and lowerbounds for the conditional probabilities of failure for a given wave height H . Let

Bij denote the reliability index of the i - th bay ( deck or jacket ) as computed from

...

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That is , when the element ends up to some specified number pq , e . g . , element

ends n , 12 , . . . , spa have failed and the total structure stiffness matrix K satisfies

the following condition , structureal failure results : Horizontal

That is , when the element ends up to some specified number pq , e . g . , element

ends n , 12 , . . . , spa have failed and the total structure stiffness matrix K satisfies

the following condition , structureal failure results : Horizontal

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