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

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120 eta taswan fo ( mo ) = ; ( 1 ) e - m ( 2D ) ) J2nDo where Ds and Do are the

variances of the

the variable Ms . The mean value of the dynamic variable Mo is assumed to be

zero .

120 eta taswan fo ( mo ) = ; ( 1 ) e - m ( 2D ) ) J2nDo where Ds and Do are the

variances of the

**random**variables Ms and Mo , and ( mg ) is the mean value ofthe variable Ms . The mean value of the dynamic variable Mo is assumed to be

zero .

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If the EVS is used , the cumulative probability distributive function for the extreme

response can be found , in accordance with the second formula in ( A - 1 ) , as F ,

( z ) = P " ( z ) ( B - 11 ) The probability density distribution function for a

If the EVS is used , the cumulative probability distributive function for the extreme

response can be found , in accordance with the second formula in ( A - 1 ) , as F ,

( z ) = P " ( z ) ( B - 11 ) The probability density distribution function for a

**random**...Page 286

THE CENTRAL MAINTENANCE PROBLEM Throughout the whole life cycle of a

pipeline it is subjected to two mutually antagonistic

the degradation process and the renewal process . The degradation process is a

...

THE CENTRAL MAINTENANCE PROBLEM Throughout the whole life cycle of a

pipeline it is subjected to two mutually antagonistic

**random**processes . There isthe degradation process and the renewal process . The degradation process is a

...

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