## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 15, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1996 - Arctic regions |

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The model gives a proper limit for the water depth , beyond which the stability of the

The model gives a proper limit for the water depth , beyond which the stability of the

**random**waves is not automatically assured , and the non linearity effects become nonrealistic . second order effects , which are important on this ...Page 168

Shell structures have to be optimized , where for example the thickness has to be regarded as a

Shell structures have to be optimized , where for example the thickness has to be regarded as a

**random**field instead of a**random**variable . The terms An and fn ( 2 ) are the eigenvalues and eigenfunctions , respectively , of the assumed ...Page 191

L = 6 m is assumed to be a constant while P , I and E

L = 6 m is assumed to be a constant while P , I and E

**random**variables with normal distribution . The mean values and the standard deviations of the**random**variables are as follows . Hy = 1.0 * 10 * m * 0 ; = 0.2x10-4 m Mg = 2.0x10 ' kN ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

PROBABILISTIC MODELLING OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND RESPONSE | 1 |

Philip G Brabazon Jack S Hopkins and Ove T Gudmestad | 23 |

Meteoceanographic Premises for Structural Design Purposes in | 41 |

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