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

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Having identified the relevant event scenarios

identified the

Probability of Mission Failure T - T Expected Cost ( Mio EUROJ 7 - T - - - - 7 - T ...

Having identified the relevant event scenarios

**corresponding**to each of the stepsidentified the

**corresponding**BPNs are formulated as explained earlier . TProbability of Mission Failure T - T Expected Cost ( Mio EUROJ 7 - T - - - - 7 - T ...

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The environmental loading pattern

increased proportionally until failure occurred to determine an initial estimate of

the RSR . Extrapolated environmental data was then used to predict the

environmental ...

The environmental loading pattern

**corresponding**to the design storm wasincreased proportionally until failure occurred to determine an initial estimate of

the RSR . Extrapolated environmental data was then used to predict the

environmental ...

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Each of these sets

vessel motion amplitude . For each of the sets ,

generated by the load and response analysis programs . Response time series ...

Each of these sets

**corresponds**to a specific combination of current velocity andvessel motion amplitude . For each of the sets ,

**corresponding**result statistics aregenerated by the load and response analysis programs . Response time series ...

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