## 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 evaluation results in the probability of

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 the

appropriate numerical evaluation results in the probability of

**occurrence**shownby the curve enclosing the darker shaded area in Figure 1 . From Figure 1 it is

seen that ...

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The type II source is associated with the lithospheric slab within the central

portion of Mexico and the type III source

located primarily along the east coast of Mexico . Magnitudes and depth

earthquake ...

The type II source is associated with the lithospheric slab within the central

portion of Mexico and the type III source

**occur**in the Trans Mexican volcanic beltlocated primarily along the east coast of Mexico . Magnitudes and depth

earthquake ...

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8 Highly likely It is highly likely that consequence occurs given the

the failure event due to a highly likely potential design weakness . 9,10 Definite

The accident occurs given the

8 Highly likely It is highly likely that consequence occurs given the

**occurrence**ofthe failure event due to a highly likely potential design weakness . 9,10 Definite

The accident occurs given the

**occurrence**of a failure event , due to a certainly ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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