## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 4; Volume 8, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1989 - Arctic regions |

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A partial load

resulting extreme ice load distribution is of the same order of magnitude as the

slope against which the 1.35 load

not ...

A partial load

**factor**approach works well only if the slope of the tail of theresulting extreme ice load distribution is of the same order of magnitude as the

slope against which the 1.35 load

**factor**has been calibrated . If this condition isnot ...

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RECOMMENDATION REMARKS CODE OF PRACTICE API RP2A

safety 2.0 for Bearing 1.5 for sliding Design loading determined by owner (

recommends recurrence interval several times the planned life of the platforn )

BSI 6235 ...

RECOMMENDATION REMARKS CODE OF PRACTICE API RP2A

**Factor**ofsafety 2.0 for Bearing 1.5 for sliding Design loading determined by owner (

recommends recurrence interval several times the planned life of the platforn )

BSI 6235 ...

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For example , it is much easier to obtain subjective probabilities for the value of

ko at a given site than for the probability of failure of a footing with a design

of safety of 2.5 . A further point of importance is that , provided the uncertainty ...

For example , it is much easier to obtain subjective probabilities for the value of

ko at a given site than for the probability of failure of a footing with a design

**factor**of safety of 2.5 . A further point of importance is that , provided the uncertainty ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | 24 |

Copyright | |

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