## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 14, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1995 - Arctic regions |

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For the original - i.e. , non - completed - series , the

For the original - i.e. , non - completed - series , the

**intervals**are almost the same : 12.41 , 2.53 [ and 12.40 ... Hj**Interval**1986 219 3.31 1.38 1987 242 2.38 1.00 1 3.13 , 3.49 1 2.25 , 2.500 3.83 , 4.081 1 2.52 , 2.741 1988 246 ...Page 102

The

The

**interval**shown contains the two largest axial force maxima in this simulation . Of the three large axial force maxima in this**interval**, two are due to snapping - those at 2353 and 2372 seconds - while the third and largest at 2341 ...Page 219

The real next inspection

The real next inspection

**interval**can be selected by taking the minimum of this**interval**and the mandatory inspection**interval**. As a simplified alternative , the following equation can be used to determine the next inspection**interval**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Application to the Spanish | 25 |

PROBABILISTIC RESPONSE OF MARINE STRUCTURES | 79 |

Numerical Simulation of the WaveInduced NonLinear Bending Moment of Ships | 147 |

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acceptance activities analysis applied approach assessment associated assumed blowout calculated caused combined complex consequence considered construction crack criteria damage decision defined dependent depth determined developed direction discussed distribution drilling effect elements Engineering equation equipment error estimated evaluation event example experience extreme factors failure fatigue Figure fire force frequency function given human identified important inspection installation joint limit load marine mean measures method normal objects obtained offshore operation parameters performed period phase platform possible practice prediction present pressure probability problem procedures random range reduced reference reliability reported represent response risk safety sample scenarios ship shown shows significant simulations specific spectra spectrum standard statistical strength stress structure Table uncertainty values variables wave wave height