## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic EngineeringAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1994 - Arctic regions |

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(1992), Eq.1 is based on a partial application of the self-similarity

hypothesis and this fact leads to the following circumstance: the zeromoment mo,

and thus the energy density, obtained on finite depth by adopting the STMA

spectrum are ...

(1992), Eq.1 is based on a partial application of the self-similarity

**shape**hypothesis and this fact leads to the following circumstance: the zeromoment mo,

and thus the energy density, obtained on finite depth by adopting the STMA

spectrum are ...

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Obviously, the

specified by ko and kpo. Taking into account the self-similarity

the wave number spectrum Fr(k, h) on finite depth is written in terms of k, that is ...

Obviously, the

**shape**functions ppM2 and pje are evaluated through Eqs.14,15specified by ko and kpo. Taking into account the self-similarity

**shape**hypothesis,the wave number spectrum Fr(k, h) on finite depth is written in terms of k, that is ...

Page 175

For convenience in computation and analysis, the followinq semi - trapezoi d-

assessment of tubular joints of offshore structures. Ma (t) 1 Ti t < Ti Ti <. t < T„ t ;»

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For convenience in computation and analysis, the followinq semi - trapezoi d-

**shaped**membership function is chosen firstly for the problem of fatique reliabilityassessment of tubular joints of offshore structures. Ma (t) 1 Ti t < Ti Ti <. t < T„ t ;»

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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