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

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Next , the design response spectra are obtained by applying a scale

1000 - year spectra , as shown in Table 6. The scale

dependent on the platform Exposure Category , should lead to a design that is ...

Next , the design response spectra are obtained by applying a scale

**factor**on the1000 - year spectra , as shown in Table 6. The scale

**factors**in Table 6 , which aredependent on the platform Exposure Category , should lead to a design that is ...

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As Table 7 shows , the range of scale

L3 platforms is 0.67-0.96 . For L2 platforms , the range of scale

1.20 , i.e. , this is the range of

As Table 7 shows , the range of scale

**factors**(**Factor**1 x**Factor**2 ) calculated forL3 platforms is 0.67-0.96 . For L2 platforms , the range of scale

**factors**is 1.10-1.20 , i.e. , this is the range of

**Factor**2 in Table 7 since the target probability is ...Page 449

7 , M , + YwPWM SYOW ( 27 ) YM , + YPWM SY0W ( 28 ) where Yo Yo and Yu

are partial load and strength

method .

7 , M , + YwPWM SYOW ( 27 ) YM , + YPWM SY0W ( 28 ) where Yo Yo and Yu

are partial load and strength

**factors**... for the strength and a set of partial load**factors**, the strength partial**factor**can be determined by first order reliabilitymethod .

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