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

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Examples of low and high redundancy

ranging from the high ( X and ... That is to say that the failure of a member will

cause a very small reduction in the

result ...

Examples of low and high redundancy

**structures**are shown below , in Figure 7 ,ranging from the high ( X and ... That is to say that the failure of a member will

cause a very small reduction in the

**structure**' s ultimate strength and will alsoresult ...

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Piping , Vol . 47 , No . 2 , 1991 , pp 193 - 206 [ 37 ] Baker M . J . , Kountouris l . S .

and Ohmart R . D . , " Weld Defects in An Offshore

1988 Int . Conf . On Behavior of Offshore

Piping , Vol . 47 , No . 2 , 1991 , pp 193 - 206 [ 37 ] Baker M . J . , Kountouris l . S .

and Ohmart R . D . , " Weld Defects in An Offshore

**Structure**, A Detailed Study " ,1988 Int . Conf . On Behavior of Offshore

**Structures**, Trodheim , June 1988 ...Page 647

Specifically , we introduce probability distributions for Type I random variables (

ice and

global load using FORM / SORM and Monte Carlo simulations . Since the global

...

Specifically , we introduce probability distributions for Type I random variables (

ice and

**structure**parameters ) and calculate the probability of exceeding a givenglobal load using FORM / SORM and Monte Carlo simulations . Since the global

...

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