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

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P ; ( 17 ) i = l j = 1 When we observe , instead , whether each of n elements is in

one of s particular states m , and if the number nm is

states , then the EB likelihood function ( 11 ) becomes : nm X ( t | 0 ) = 8m ( 2 , 1 ...

P ; ( 17 ) i = l j = 1 When we observe , instead , whether each of n elements is in

one of s particular states m , and if the number nm is

**recorded**for each of these sstates , then the EB likelihood function ( 11 ) becomes : nm X ( t | 0 ) = 8m ( 2 , 1 ...

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Figure 8 Specimen tested at 225 ° C The

than anticipated . It is not possible explain this with certainty , but according to

thermocouple

...

Figure 8 Specimen tested at 225 ° C The

**recorded**capacity is considerably lowerthan anticipated . It is not possible explain this with certainty , but according to

thermocouple

**recording**one did not succeed in keeping the correct temperature...

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denotes the cyclic frequency ( w = 21f ) . Thus , the Fourier spectrum essentially

defines which spectral components with time - invariant amplitudes and phases

are embedded in the signal over the whole time span the signal was

denotes the cyclic frequency ( w = 21f ) . Thus , the Fourier spectrum essentially

defines which spectral components with time - invariant amplitudes and phases

are embedded in the signal over the whole time span the signal was

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