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

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Page 132

Both sets of results are normalised by the

design and fabrication cost curve is seen to be relatively ... The return period of

failure for minimum expected cost is found to be 86 and 117 years

Both sets of results are normalised by the

**respective**value of monopod A. Thedesign and fabrication cost curve is seen to be relatively ... The return period of

failure for minimum expected cost is found to be 86 and 117 years

**respectively**.Page 177

ial k = 1

equidistant discretization is adopted for simplicity and is not essential . The

formulas can easily be modified to cover the situation of nonequidistant

discretization .

ial k = 1

**respectively**. Aw = wit1 -wi , A0 = 0x + 1 -0k . The assumption of anequidistant discretization is adopted for simplicity and is not essential . The

formulas can easily be modified to cover the situation of nonequidistant

discretization .

Page 445

... modulus and collapse moment of the hull ; o , is the yielding stress ; M , and

Mw are the stillwater and wave - induced moments ; Xu , Xs and Xw represent the

model errors in predicting the collapse moment , SWBM and VBWM

... modulus and collapse moment of the hull ; o , is the yielding stress ; M , and

Mw are the stillwater and wave - induced moments ; Xu , Xs and Xw represent the

model errors in predicting the collapse moment , SWBM and VBWM

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