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

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In metocean design , the

year

guidelines , the SLE and DLE

In metocean design , the

**return period**of the design event is fixed , e.g. , a 100 -year

**return period**event is typically specified for ... In the ISO seismic designguidelines , the SLE and DLE

**return periods**are NOT specified as fixed values .Page 75

Thus the DLE annual probability of exceedance ( or

from the seismic hazard curve . Next , the DLE spectral acceleration is divided by

Seismic Reserve Capacity Factor ( C ) to obtain the SLE spectral acceleration .

Thus the DLE annual probability of exceedance ( or

**return period**) can be readfrom the seismic hazard curve . Next , the DLE spectral acceleration is divided by

Seismic Reserve Capacity Factor ( C ) to obtain the SLE spectral acceleration .

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The resulting independent criteria with a

Figure 3. ... On the other hand the signficant wave - induced current associated

with the 100 - year steady current generally have

The resulting independent criteria with a

**return period**of 100 years are plotted inFigure 3. ... On the other hand the signficant wave - induced current associated

with the 100 - year steady current generally have

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