## 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 hull cross section is divided into many small discrete

stiffener and the attached plate , for which individual stressstrain curves are

defined . Curvature is applied incrementally and at each small increase

strains ...

The hull cross section is divided into many small discrete

**elements**, typically astiffener and the attached plate , for which individual stressstrain curves are

defined . Curvature is applied incrementally and at each small increase

**element**strains ...

Page 319

An expectation for e ; and a represents an

assessed to a grade H , with a degree of belief of Bmilarkn = 1 , . . . , N . A

generalised decision matrix Dg with sle ; la , ) ) as its

follows ...

An expectation for e ; and a represents an

**element**e ; of an**element**type a , isassessed to a grade H , with a degree of belief of Bmilarkn = 1 , . . . , N . A

generalised decision matrix Dg with sle ; la , ) ) as its

**element**is constructed asfollows ...

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Calculation of hydrodynamic forces for the riser pipes Response calculation

based on 3D Finite

contact between the pipes and pipe deformations In the Finite

see e ...

Calculation of hydrodynamic forces for the riser pipes Response calculation

based on 3D Finite

**Element**Models of the riser pipes Contact search to identifycontact between the pipes and pipe deformations In the Finite

**Element**Module ,see e ...

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