## 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 current is assumed to be independent of

The current is assumed to be independent of

**directions**and the parameters obtained from Haltenbanken data are given in Table ... The existing model does not include possibity of environmental effects approaching from different**direction**...Page 75

DEVIATIONI DEGREES ) 60 40 CURRENT

DEVIATIONI DEGREES ) 60 40 CURRENT

**DIRECTION**RELATIVE TO WIND**DIRECTION**A proposed model is based on the current**direction**data presented by Bjerke ... Current**directions**refer herein to the**direction**from which the current is flowing .Page 411

Initial explosion > riser capacity Unfav ,

Initial explosion > riser capacity Unfav ,

**direction**B - riser Imm . lignition Unfav .**direction**A - riser Initial expl . > cap . A ( B , C ) Del . ignition Subseq . explosion > riser capacity Unfav.**direction**B - riser Imm . ignition ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

PROBABILISTIC MODELLING OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND RESPONSE | 1 |

A Nonlinear Model | 29 |

STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY | 95 |

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analysis applied approach approximation assessment associated assumed calculated capacity combined components consequences considered corresponding cost crack critical damage deck defined dependent depth described determined developed direction distribution effects element Engineering equation error escalation estimated evacuation evaluated event example explosion extreme factor failure fatigue Figure fire force frame frequency function given gives hazard important included increase indices initial inspection installation Italy joint limit load mean measured method mode normal obtained offshore operation parameters performed period plate platform possible practice predictions presented pressure probability problem procedure production random reference reliability reliability analysis response risk safety scenarios ship shown shows significant simulation standard statistical strength stress structure surface Table towing uncertainties variables wave height wind