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

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The damage correction factor , à , for the total damage ( for all segments of the S -

N model ) is now

occurring in the total fatigue damage are presented below . which is dependent

on ...

The damage correction factor , à , for the total damage ( for all segments of the S -

N model ) is now

**defined**as , a = E [ DD ] ( 27 ) E [ DD ] nb The uncertaintiesoccurring in the total fatigue damage are presented below . which is dependent

on ...

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load and resistance characteristics Y , as well as the previously

deterioration progress variables X . If we assume the failure probability P , at time

t to be ...

**Define**a limit state function ( lsf ) gs involving a set of random variables such asload and resistance characteristics Y , as well as the previously

**defined**deterioration progress variables X . If we assume the failure probability P , at time

t to be ...

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... is applied to each of these disintegrated IMF - subsequently providing the

Hilbert amplitude spectra with significant instantaneous frequencies . Basically ,

the Hilbert transformation H ( x ( t ) ] of a data series x ( t ) is

? ) ...

... is applied to each of these disintegrated IMF - subsequently providing the

Hilbert amplitude spectra with significant instantaneous frequencies . Basically ,

the Hilbert transformation H ( x ( t ) ] of a data series x ( t ) is

**defined**( 13 ) : w ( 8 -? ) ...

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