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

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This indicates higher practicability of certain increasing safety factor k than the

optimal

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This indicates higher practicability of certain increasing safety factor k than the

optimal

**value**Qome . ... 8 as far as under mult < 1 ; mul " > 1 ; msw > 1 and mw >1

**values**in square brackets of the formula ( 8 ) decrease , but**values**exp { .Page 131

Together , these results show that the analysis is insensitive to the

for fi . FAILURE COST MODEL The ... Equation ( 14 ) is relatively insensitive to

the choice of rate of return , in the range of typical

L ...

Together , these results show that the analysis is insensitive to the

**value**chosenfor fi . FAILURE COST MODEL The ... Equation ( 14 ) is relatively insensitive to

the choice of rate of return , in the range of typical

**values**.**Values**of r = 15 % andL ...

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... Engineering June 3 - 7 , 2001 , Rio de Janeiro , , Brazil THE IMPACT OF DATA

ACCURACY ON THE POT ESTIMATES OF LONG RETURN PERIOD DESIGN

... Engineering June 3 - 7 , 2001 , Rio de Janeiro , , Brazil THE IMPACT OF DATA

ACCURACY ON THE POT ESTIMATES OF LONG RETURN PERIOD DESIGN

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