## 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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Even with the maximum likelihood method , several

Fisher - Tippett type I have not been ... fact that a change in the value of shape

parameter brings forth a quite different behavior of the FT- II or the Weibull

Even with the maximum likelihood method , several

**distributions**such as theFisher - Tippett type I have not been ... fact that a change in the value of shape

parameter brings forth a quite different behavior of the FT- II or the Weibull

**distribution**.Page 221

IP = 1.8s HI 10 = 0.09m H110 / LP = 0.018 10-1 10 ° 5-10-2 ht 5.10-2

AMPLITUDE EXCEEDANCE PROBABILITY 10-2 500 00000 이 por 10-2

Exponential

IP = 1.8s HI 10 = 0.09m H110 / LP = 0.018 10-1 10 ° 5-10-2 ht 5.10-2

AMPLITUDE EXCEEDANCE PROBABILITY 10-2 500 00000 이 por 10-2

Exponential

**distribution**AAAA Exponential**distribution**10-3 10-3 Rayleigh**distribution**Rayleigh ...Page 127

_ 1991 OMAE – Volume II , Safety and Reliability ASME – 1991 ABSTRACT

Fatigue reliability of offshore structure is dependent on the probabilistic

properities of its fatigue life

Therefore , it is ...

_ 1991 OMAE – Volume II , Safety and Reliability ASME – 1991 ABSTRACT

Fatigue reliability of offshore structure is dependent on the probabilistic

properities of its fatigue life

**distribution**, which is influenced by many factors .Therefore , it is ...

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### Contents

CONTENTS | 131 |

High Frequency Hydrodynamic Damping of a TLP | 147 |

A Comparison of Results | 153 |

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