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

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The

There are 1 and 10 crack sites assumed in the system . The case with one only

crack site is used to help validate the results for the system analysis . The

probability of ...

The

**simulation**was run with 1 , 000 , 000 sample points for each crack site .There are 1 and 10 crack sites assumed in the system . The case with one only

crack site is used to help validate the results for the system analysis . The

probability of ...

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A Chicuation Lincarication Stration EX ) EXI * Cubictation Linearization

columns L = 80m Diameter of the columns D = 2 . 6 m Mean wetted length for

each1 ...

A Chicuation Lincarication Stration EX ) EXI * Cubictation Linearization

**Simulation**Vimba ) V [ med Water depth in still water d = 72 m Total length of thecolumns L = 80m Diameter of the columns D = 2 . 6 m Mean wetted length for

each1 ...

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The assessment of a mooring system usually involves a combination of model

testing and numerical

a common method . This technique allows to account for the randomness of ...

The assessment of a mooring system usually involves a combination of model

testing and numerical

**simulations**. for which time domain**simulation**is nowadaysa common method . This technique allows to account for the randomness of ...

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