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

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Therefore , the problem of adding up the steady - state and the dynamic

probability distributions for the random variable Ms and the maximum values of

the random ...

Therefore , the problem of adding up the steady - state and the dynamic

**components**of the safety margin reduces to synthesizing the laws of theprobability distributions for the random variable Ms and the maximum values of

the random ...

Page 301

The mass M comprises both structural

where p is the mass density of the water , C , is the inertia coefficient , D the

diameter of the ...

The mass M comprises both structural

**components**and hydrodynamic**components**due to potential effects . In reality , the hydrodynamic**components**where p is the mass density of the water , C , is the inertia coefficient , D the

diameter of the ...

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The global stress

girder bending stresses . The local stress

sea pressure and the pressure loads from internal cargo . For each loading ...

The global stress

**components**include wave - induced vertical and horizontal hullgirder bending stresses . The local stress

**components**result from the externalsea pressure and the pressure loads from internal cargo . For each loading ...

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