## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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It has the following form : F ( x ) = expl - exp ( -a ( x –k ) ) ] ( a > 0 ) ( 15 ) In order to describe the statistical characteristic of extreme value for wave

It has the following form : F ( x ) = expl - exp ( -a ( x –k ) ) ] ( a > 0 ) ( 15 ) In order to describe the statistical characteristic of extreme value for wave

**force**and ice**force**, it is quite necessary to introduce extreme value I ...Page 181

If nonlinear factor is neglected , the estimated value for the maximum stress in structural element caused by ice

If nonlinear factor is neglected , the estimated value for the maximum stress in structural element caused by ice

**force**is directly proportional to ice**force**. The stress at the jth position in the ith joint caused by ice loading can be ...Page 242

The Crack Driving

The Crack Driving

**Force**( CDF ) methods are different from the FAD methods . The ductile collapse mode is not included , and need to be addressed in a separate analysis . The CDF may be taken as representing a complete comparison ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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