## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Offshore structures |

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In order to overcome this problem one can try to fit an analytical

largest extremes - for example the 10k largest - and use this "tail

distribution for extreme estimation. This can be done even if the

does ...

In order to overcome this problem one can try to fit an analytical

**function**to thelargest extremes - for example the 10k largest - and use this "tail

**function**" as adistribution for extreme estimation. This can be done even if the

**function**itselfdoes ...

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The associated transfer

from equations (27) and (29) that the zero order response vector, x(0), is the

negative of the expected value of x<2>. Therefore, <£(t)> = Q as formulated.

Derivation ...

The associated transfer

**function**vectors areHj'(io) and tj£>(o>i,a>2). It followsfrom equations (27) and (29) that the zero order response vector, x(0), is the

negative of the expected value of x<2>. Therefore, <£(t)> = Q as formulated.

Derivation ...

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METHODOLOGY The basic limit state

collapse failure aodes is formulated in terms of a finite set of basic variables, z - 2j

,Zj...zn i.e. material CTOD, crack depth, crack length, plate thickness, vidth of ...

METHODOLOGY The basic limit state

**function**g(z) for brittle fracture and plasticcollapse failure aodes is formulated in terms of a finite set of basic variables, z - 2j

,Zj...zn i.e. material CTOD, crack depth, crack length, plate thickness, vidth of ...

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