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

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APPENDIX A where a is the parameter of the distribution ( the number of upward

crossings per unit time ) . The probability that the level * * will not be crossed

during the time at can be

...

APPENDIX A where a is the parameter of the distribution ( the number of upward

crossings per unit time ) . The probability that the level * * will not be crossed

during the time at can be

**obtained**from ( A - 5 ) by putting n = 0 : Po = P . ( At ) = e...

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... is calculated by an eigenvalue analysis and convoluted with the corresponding

pdf from the wind loads , to

mathematical modelling and to the convergence and accuracy of the

... is calculated by an eigenvalue analysis and convoluted with the corresponding

pdf from the wind loads , to

**obtain**the ... various numerical aspects related to themathematical modelling and to the convergence and accuracy of the

**obtained**...Page 397

... of the signal are separated , and processed separately . ve XN 70 . 3 5 . d . ise

of th An insight in the scatter of the observed distribution can be

considering Xi as N realisations of a statistical process with distribution Pe ( X ) :

The ...

... of the signal are separated , and processed separately . ve XN 70 . 3 5 . d . ise

of th An insight in the scatter of the observed distribution can be

**obtained**considering Xi as N realisations of a statistical process with distribution Pe ( X ) :

The ...

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