## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1; Volume 7, Part 1American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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CALCULATION OF TENSION VARIANCE USING EMPIRICAL ORTHOGONAL

domain integral of the product of a wave spectrum and transfer

seem to ...

CALCULATION OF TENSION VARIANCE USING EMPIRICAL ORTHOGONAL

**FUNCTIONS**The complex structure of the tension variance as a frequency -domain integral of the product of a wave spectrum and transfer

**function**wouldseem to ...

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E Antradik ) n , { f ; k ) m = 1 = Anlaydik ) nn ( f ; k ) ( 7 ) By assuming a particular

form for the short - term probability density

determining the tension response is reduced to the estimation of the parameters

...

E Antradik ) n , { f ; k ) m = 1 = Anlaydik ) nn ( f ; k ) ( 7 ) By assuming a particular

form for the short - term probability density

**function**of the tension , the problem ofdetermining the tension response is reduced to the estimation of the parameters

...

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The calculation of the limit state

basic variables is carried out by a ... A direct frequency response method is

applied in establishing response transfer

are ...

The calculation of the limit state

**function**and its derivatives with respect to thebasic variables is carried out by a ... A direct frequency response method is

applied in establishing response transfer

**functions**, and the response statisticsare ...

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### Contents

Early Production Systems in the North | 31 |

Application of System Identification Technique to Damage Detection and Location in Offshore Platform | 77 |

Vibration Testing and Dynamic Analysis of Offshore Platform Models | 85 |

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