## 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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However , it should be taken into consideration in analysis of the structures governed by dynamics and / or other frequency dependent load mechanisms . Alternatively , lower

However , it should be taken into consideration in analysis of the structures governed by dynamics and / or other frequency dependent load mechanisms . Alternatively , lower

**limit**for for spectral peak period may be included in the ...Page 188

Glo ) is the

Glo ) is the

**limit**state function . Gli ) = 0 is a hypersurface in the n - dimensional space , which is called the**limit**state surface . In the n - dimensional space , the region G ( ) < 0 is the failure region .Page 381

4.1 Heat Flux

4.1 Heat Flux

**Limit**- State This**limit**- state can be used to evaluate the probability of heat flux Q ( 1 ) at a point exceeding a threshold value QuhMathematically this is expressed as , P ( Z ( 1 ) 30 ) ( 1 ) Z ( 1 ) ein - Q ( 1 ) P ...### 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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