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

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These two penalty

applications, since all modifications in structure properties must be minimized. In

addition to these objective and penalty cost

...

These two penalty

**functions**represent conditions often required in practicalapplications, since all modifications in structure properties must be minimized. In

addition to these objective and penalty cost

**functions**, a global criterion method is...

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of variable

solving a problem, a discrete fundamental relation can be denned at a point

which is not a node. If a point used for denning discrete fundamental relations is

also a ...

of variable

**function**and/or its possible derivatives at all nodes [4-5]. Thus insolving a problem, a discrete fundamental relation can be denned at a point

which is not a node. If a point used for denning discrete fundamental relations is

also a ...

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For the stress

equation: + tt „„ = -2G6 (44) where r is the stress

twist per unit length, and x and y coordinate variables defined on the cross

section of shaft.

For the stress

**function**formulation, the governing equation is the Poissonequation: + tt „„ = -2G6 (44) where r is the stress

**function**, G shear modulus, 6twist per unit length, and x and y coordinate variables defined on the cross

section of shaft.

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