## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1, Parts 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2004 - Arctic regions |

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With the Markov process assumption , associated Fokker - Planck equations of

the deterministic models presented in [ 8 ] are derived and the

path integral solutions are used to obtain barge response probability densities ...

With the Markov process assumption , associated Fokker - Planck equations of

the deterministic models presented in [ 8 ] are derived and the

**corresponding**path integral solutions are used to obtain barge response probability densities ...

Page 441

Equation ( 2 ) is used to compute the modulus but the constants ( a , ß and y )

were converted based on the

( 1998 ) . The diameter of the polyester rope was chosen to provide sufficient ...

Equation ( 2 ) is used to compute the modulus but the constants ( a , ß and y )

were converted based on the

**corresponding**ones suggested by Fernandes et al .( 1998 ) . The diameter of the polyester rope was chosen to provide sufficient ...

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The maximum value and the

occur at the cusp of convergence and further mesh refinement will produce a

more accurate estimate of the converged hot spot stress . Thus the mesh

refinement at ...

The maximum value and the

**corresponding**mesh refinement may be said tooccur at the cusp of convergence and further mesh refinement will produce a

more accurate estimate of the converged hot spot stress . Thus the mesh

refinement at ...

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