## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2002 - Arctic regions |

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Some additional reliability analysis may be needed to determine these design

points if the designed

annual failure probability . with drag - in plate

displacement is ...

Some additional reliability analysis may be needed to determine these design

points if the designed

**anchor**depths are ... inequality leads to the specifiedannual failure probability . with drag - in plate

**anchors**( 4 ) this failuredisplacement is ...

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This is considerably more severe than the consequence of most of the mooring

line failures that have occurred in practice . The design line tension Ta in [ 1 ] is

given by The

This is considerably more severe than the consequence of most of the mooring

line failures that have occurred in practice . The design line tension Ta in [ 1 ] is

given by The

**anchor**installation tension T , at the dip - down point ( where the ...Page 319

components , which leads to the following approximate expression for the " total ”

safety factor ( TSF ) for plate

safety for drag

maximum ...

components , which leads to the following approximate expression for the " total ”

safety factor ( TSF ) for plate

**anchors**for the purpose of this paper Factors ofsafety for drag

**anchors**are defined as**anchor**holding capacity divided bymaximum ...

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