## 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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2 DECISION FOR FLOATING SYSTEM

engineering offshore installations is characterized by complex decisions and

incomplete information . Decisions have to be made during the various stages of

such offshore ...

2 DECISION FOR FLOATING SYSTEM

**Probability**. ABSTRACT of Theengineering offshore installations is characterized by complex decisions and

incomplete information . Decisions have to be made during the various stages of

such offshore ...

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The reason for making sd conditional on detection will be explained in the

following . If frint , n ) represents the conditional

downtime I given N interruptions , then the final density function of T can be

calculated ...

The reason for making sd conditional on detection will be explained in the

following . If frint , n ) represents the conditional

**probability**density function of thedowntime I given N interruptions , then the final density function of T can be

calculated ...

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The

the iceberg moves in a straight line inside the disconnect zone and that the

eccentricity of approach is uniform between To v and To v . This gives ( DnV ,

1984 ) ...

The

**probability**distribution of T , can be estimated based on the assumptions thatthe iceberg moves in a straight line inside the disconnect zone and that the

eccentricity of approach is uniform between To v and To v . This gives ( DnV ,

1984 ) ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | 24 |

Copyright | |

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