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

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Substituting the above expression into

appropriate numerical evaluation results in the probability of occurrence shown

by the curve enclosing the darker shaded area in Figure 1 . From Figure 1 it is

seen that ...

Substituting the above expression into

**equation**( 9 ) and performing theappropriate numerical evaluation results in the probability of occurrence shown

by the curve enclosing the darker shaded area in Figure 1 . From Figure 1 it is

seen that ...

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Figure 2 : Predicted weight response (

for the 350 parameter set . ... ai , followed from a solution in the least squares

sense to the over - determined system of

by 3 ...

Figure 2 : Predicted weight response (

**Equation**3 ) versus simulated responsefor the 350 parameter set . ... ai , followed from a solution in the least squares

sense to the over - determined system of

**equations**XA = R , where X is the 350by 3 ...

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Based on this

This proposed

ten times larger , acceptable probability is decreased to almost one tenth of ...

Based on this

**equation**B = 3.5 is obtained for semisubmersible by taking T = 20 .This proposed

**equation**presents strict safety target as CIRIA . If the loss becometen times larger , acceptable probability is decreased to almost one tenth of ...

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