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

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( 5 ) can be

( 5 ) can be

**represented**in the same way . ... In a reliability - based analysis , the single variable Xx**represents**the total uncertainties related to the ...Page 195

Paris ' law distribution that does not contribute to the fatigue damage , and the has the following relation denominator

Paris ' law distribution that does not contribute to the fatigue damage , and the has the following relation denominator

**represents**the whole stress range ...Page 319

sle ( a , ) = { H ,, Bmila , hn = .... , n } in V. Given fuzzy set A ' ( which

sle ( a , ) = { H ,, Bmila , hn = .... , n } in V. Given fuzzy set A ' ( which

**represents**the premise x in A ' ) and fuzzy relation A → B in U x V ( which ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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