## 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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For the higher pretention the results from the model test are somewhat larger

than for the calculations . This might be caused by the fact that the static line

also be ...

For the higher pretention the results from the model test are somewhat larger

than for the calculations . This might be caused by the fact that the static line

**tension**is higher than mean**tension**from the test . From Figures 12 and 13 it canalso be ...

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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 function of the

determining the

...

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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as a conditional probability densities , i . e . ,

environment , d : is given by the Rayleigh distribution : p ( Xki Ok ) = OK - ? Xx

exp - IXK ? / 20 ? ) , Xk20 = 0 , XK 20 ( 11 ) where , he is the Hilbert Transform of

Tk , when ...

as a conditional probability densities , i . e . ,

**tension**conditioned on theenvironment , d : is given by the Rayleigh distribution : p ( Xki Ok ) = OK - ? Xx

exp - IXK ? / 20 ? ) , Xk20 = 0 , XK 20 ( 11 ) where , he is the Hilbert Transform of

Tk , when ...

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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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