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

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- 3 wave directions 02 5.11 5.21 4.75 ... one is the Davenport spectrum ,

recommended by ...

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**Description**H Waves 2.99 Wind - Davenport 10.51 Wind - NPD 10.51 •- 3 wave directions 02 5.11 5.21 4.75 ... one is the Davenport spectrum ,

**described**above , the other one is the so called Slettringen spectrum ,recommended by ...

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... after 3 or 4 iterations at most , regardless of the initial values assumed for the

cubicization coefficients . Then , the approximate solution for the horizontal

displacement of the deck is

order ...

... after 3 or 4 iterations at most , regardless of the initial values assumed for the

cubicization coefficients . Then , the approximate solution for the horizontal

displacement of the deck is

**described**in terms of central moments up to the sixthorder ...

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The aggregated safety evaluation using the above algorithm for the whole system

y can be

17 ) The detailed background theory and algorithms of approximate reasoning ...

The aggregated safety evaluation using the above algorithm for the whole system

y can be

**described**by the expectation as follows : sly ) = { H ,, B ,, n = 1 , ... , N } (17 ) The detailed background theory and algorithms of approximate reasoning ...

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