## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 16, Parts 2-3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1997 - Arctic regions |

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The CPU time required to

actually

interpolation procedure is therefore needed . For the frequency domain

The CPU time required to

**calculate**the entries of the BQTF makes it impractical toactually

**calculate**all the entries needed for response**calculations**. Aninterpolation procedure is therefore needed . For the frequency domain

**calculations**, the ...Page 211

The probability of the crack - depth was then

mechanics approach , and compared with the ... 3 - VALIDATIN OF THE

FATIGUE

used in the ...

The probability of the crack - depth was then

**calculated**using the fracturemechanics approach , and compared with the ... 3 - VALIDATIN OF THE

FATIGUE

**CALCULATION**A total of 3977 NDT inspections ( EC / MPI ) have beenused in the ...

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For large number of N ( say N > 5 * 10 ' ) this function was approximated by a log

- normal distribution having the following mean and standard deviation ( the unit

of Mw.ext is ( GNm ] ) : The water depth used in the

For large number of N ( say N > 5 * 10 ' ) this function was approximated by a log

- normal distribution having the following mean and standard deviation ( the unit

of Mw.ext is ( GNm ] ) : The water depth used in the

**calculations**was 71.5m .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

SPECTRAL MODELLING OF WAVES | 1 |

RISK ANALYSIS | 33 |

PROBABILISTIC MODELLING OF WAVES | 99 |

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