## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 14, Part 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1995 - Arctic regions |

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the pipeline and the densities of the pipeline materials , the mean

used . This is based on the assumption that ... Table 2 gives the

distribution parameters ho and ß for the various cases covered . TABLE 2

WEIBULL ...

the pipeline and the densities of the pipeline materials , the mean

**value**of 1 isused . This is based on the assumption that ... Table 2 gives the

**values**of thedistribution parameters ho and ß for the various cases covered . TABLE 2

WEIBULL ...

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mean

is taken as a normal distribution . ... The following five quantities are modelled

with their respective mean

...

mean

**value**and standard deviation are tabulated in Table 5 , and the distributionis taken as a normal distribution . ... The following five quantities are modelled

with their respective mean

**values**Xi and standard deviations o ; determined from...

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For the triangular distributions it may be observed that the reduction in the mode

three percentile

For the triangular distributions it may be observed that the reduction in the mode

**value**of p from 16 to 8 had the effect of reducing the mean**value**, and each of thethree percentile

**values**, but increasing the COV . These effects are due to the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS | 1 |

GEOTECHNICS | 65 |

VOLUME IA OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY VOLUME III MATERIALS ENGINEERING | 125 |

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