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

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This

The required

of the structure , and E ( C ) the risk cost associated with failure . This

...

This

**expression**accounts for both the CAPEX , and the probable cost of failure .The required

**expression**is E ( C ) = C ; + E ( Cf ) ( 5 ) where C ; is the initial costof the structure , and E ( C ) the risk cost associated with failure . This

**expression**...

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The limit state function Z can be

variables . Gaos 14 . the possibilities the possibility the POSSIBILITY

TRANSFORMS The possibility theory of reliability developed by Cremona and

Gao [ 14 ] is ...

The limit state function Z can be

**expressed**as a function of non - interactive fuzzyvariables . Gaos 14 . the possibilities the possibility the POSSIBILITY

TRANSFORMS The possibility theory of reliability developed by Cremona and

Gao [ 14 ] is ...

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Simplified Estimation Results and Comparison with Finite Element Analysis

Results Moreover , the explicit

equation is

wa / { 1 - ( 1 ...

Simplified Estimation Results and Comparison with Finite Element Analysis

Results Moreover , the explicit

**expression**of ... 0 ( 13 ) The solution of thisequation is

**expressed**by using Fourier series in the following form . w ( x ) = $ (wa / { 1 - ( 1 ...

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