## 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 equation ( 9 ) and performing the appropriate numerical

Substituting the above expression into equation ( 9 ) and performing the appropriate numerical

**evaluation**results in ... and / or no inspection was undertaken can be**evaluated**by equating Oh and / or PoD ( a ) to zero , respectively .Page 167

Appendix - Vertex Method As an example , the

Appendix - Vertex Method As an example , the

**evaluation**of the fuzzy function Y in equation ( 13 ) is considered . The foregoing function can be**evaluated**at each a - cut . For example , at a = 0 , assume that , X = ( 6,8 ) C = ( 600 ...Page 394

... to arrive at design loads , distribution of load ranges , for fatigue analysis lines , is made , and the dynamic response of the whole system is

... to arrive at design loads , distribution of load ranges , for fatigue analysis lines , is made , and the dynamic response of the whole system is

**evaluated**by time domain simulation . thus resolving the above mentioned issues .### What people are saying - Write a review

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