## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1; Volume 8, Part 1American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1989 - Arctic regions |

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4 ) • all seas are assumed to come from the most unfavourable direction . moijk is

the process variance corresponding to sca state class mumber ( i , j , k ) and is

4 ) • all seas are assumed to come from the most unfavourable direction . moijk is

the process variance corresponding to sca state class mumber ( i , j , k ) and is

**given**by ; • waves are assumed to be long crested . muijk = ( Soolf ; i , j , k ) df ( 3 .Page 295

this system failure probability for an arbitrary time t , may be

FAILURE PROBABILITY A general expression for a path failure probability F ( t ) ,

in time t may be

this system failure probability for an arbitrary time t , may be

**given**as : PATHFAILURE PROBABILITY A general expression for a path failure probability F ( t ) ,

in time t may be

**given**as ( see Reference 2 ) : ( 4 ) к F 51 - ( 1 - Fr ) ( 7 ) j = 1 Pflt ...Page 590

In this situation the mean product is

x , ( t ) , X ( t( 0 ) ) x ( t - op ( 0 ) ) etc ) are not evaluated as they would not have a

beneficial contribution to the array performance . Figure 8 shows the normalised

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In this situation the mean product is

**given**by The auto - correlation terms ( x , ( t )x , ( t ) , X ( t( 0 ) ) x ( t - op ( 0 ) ) etc ) are not evaluated as they would not have a

beneficial contribution to the array performance . Figure 8 shows the normalised

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### Contents

OFFSHORE OUTLOOK 1989 | 1 |

Trends in U S Offshore Oil and Gas Development | 11 |

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING | 19 |

Copyright | |

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