## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1991 - Arctic regions |

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The strategy is The problem of model correlation by perturbation can be shown

diagrammatically in Figure 2. The major aspects of the

Compute the values of correlation variables algorithm are shown in Figure 3 and

...

The strategy is The problem of model correlation by perturbation can be shown

diagrammatically in Figure 2. The major aspects of the

**defined**now as follows :Compute the values of correlation variables algorithm are shown in Figure 3 and

...

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Assuming that 18 * } is

( 8 ) = 18 . * } elwe - ( 5 ) where 18. * } = amplitude of displacement vector of the

shell in the global coordinate system ; i = Fliw = radian frequency ; t = time .

Assuming that 18 * } is

**defined**as a harmonic motion , 18 * } is shown as follows :( 8 ) = 18 . * } elwe - ( 5 ) where 18. * } = amplitude of displacement vector of the

shell in the global coordinate system ; i = Fliw = radian frequency ; t = time .

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Using order statistics approach , the random variable Îs is

time among the ( n – 9 ) non - inspected joint failure times : Îs = T , Î1s . Îis is the

smallest time among the independent ( n - 4 ) joint failure times T1 ,.

Using order statistics approach , the random variable Îs is

**defined**as the smallesttime among the ( n – 9 ) non - inspected joint failure times : Îs = T , Î1s . Îis is the

smallest time among the independent ( n - 4 ) joint failure times T1 ,.

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### Contents

SPECIAL SESSION HYDRODYNAMICS | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 29 |

SECONDORDER EFFECTS | 113 |

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