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

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Hence we may write ( 20 ) 21 Ow 202 In view of this we may now extend

equation 3 to include the

= f2 ( z ) ( 25 ) Ztor ( t ) = Zi ( t ) + 22 ( t ) + Zw ( t ) = 212 ( t ) + Zw ( t ) ( 21 ) The pdf

of the ...

Hence we may write ( 20 ) 21 Ow 202 In view of this we may now extend

equation 3 to include the

**combined**wave - and wind induced response Vito ( z )= f2 ( z ) ( 25 ) Ztor ( t ) = Zi ( t ) + 22 ( t ) + Zw ( t ) = 212 ( t ) + Zw ( t ) ( 21 ) The pdf

of the ...

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, the problem of shell collapse under the

and pressure is treated in this paper using an interaction approach .

**Combined**Axial Compression and Pressure As in the case of most design codes, the problem of shell collapse under the

**combined**action of axial compressionand pressure is treated in this paper using an interaction approach .

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11 ) = P , ( 01 / ) ( 4 ) where Po = P , = or An Ap = Di ( 5 ) Then , fully plastic

strength of the perforated tube under

force is expressed in the following form . M / M , = ( sin ( 0 N2 ) cos { ( 11 / 2 ) ( P /

P ...

11 ) = P , ( 01 / ) ( 4 ) where Po = P , = or An Ap = Di ( 5 ) Then , fully plastic

strength of the perforated tube under

**combined**with bending moment and axialforce is expressed in the following form . M / M , = ( sin ( 0 N2 ) cos { ( 11 / 2 ) ( P /

P ...

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