## 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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P ( R ) dR = 2 * exp ( - ) * ( 1 + Çaus s128 ) at , Exceedance

special double summation for - Rayleigh dist . ER dist . : Ha = 2 . 75 - . - . - ER dist

. : Ma = 3 . 25 i , j ( i = 4 , 6 and j = 1 , . . . , i / 2 ) , Aij ( R ) is polynomial for R ...

P ( R ) dR = 2 * exp ( - ) * ( 1 + Çaus s128 ) at , Exceedance

**Probability**where is aspecial double summation for - Rayleigh dist . ER dist . : Ha = 2 . 75 - . - . - ER dist

. : Ma = 3 . 25 i , j ( i = 4 , 6 and j = 1 , . . . , i / 2 ) , Aij ( R ) is polynomial for R ...

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inspection procedure introduces a certain amount of fuzziness on the dimensions

of the flaws which can be quantified in terms of a

the form f ( a , lā , ) where ā , denotes the measured value of the defect size and f

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inspection procedure introduces a certain amount of fuzziness on the dimensions

of the flaws which can be quantified in terms of a

**probability**density function ofthe form f ( a , lā , ) where ā , denotes the measured value of the defect size and f

...

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The same methodology can be applied in the crack detection inspection where

the updated

( a ) da Target Safety Margin The target safety margin approach was developed ...

The same methodology can be applied in the crack detection inspection where

the updated

**probability**density is : fa ( a ) . Po ( a ) fA , up ( a ) = ( 10 ) Ifa ( a ) • Pp( a ) da Target Safety Margin The target safety margin approach was developed ...

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### Contents

SPECTRAL MODELLING OF WAVES | 1 |

RISK ANALYSIS | 33 |

PROBABILISTIC MODELLING OF WAVES | 99 |

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