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

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41.0 metres and the central caisson of the platform was chosen to have a ...

**Resistance**Natural variability Modelling uncertainty On R1 Om R2 0.1 0.1 Total**Resistance**OR 0.14 Resultant On W 1.41 The mean water depth was chosen as41.0 metres and the central caisson of the platform was chosen to have a ...

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POSSIBILITY OF FAILURE AND FUZZY RELIABILITY With the failure function

given by equation 7 , and the

, the possibility of failure calculations are based on the possibilistic reliability ...

POSSIBILITY OF FAILURE AND FUZZY RELIABILITY With the failure function

given by equation 7 , and the

**resistance**and the load functions modelled as fuzzy, the possibility of failure calculations are based on the possibilistic reliability ...

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Part 1.2 deals with basic principles and rules , material properties at elevated

temperatures , calculation of temperature development in members and

calculation of the structural

development in ...

Part 1.2 deals with basic principles and rules , material properties at elevated

temperatures , calculation of temperature development in members and

calculation of the structural

**resistance**. The calculation of temperaturedevelopment in ...

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