## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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N , and ln ( C ) are correlated with correlation coefficient Pucune The parameters Hc and are calibrated so that the cumulative failure probabilities

N , and ln ( C ) are correlated with correlation coefficient Pucune The parameters Hc and are calibrated so that the cumulative failure probabilities

**determined**with the fm model are equal to those calculated with the SN model .Page 131

The value for Cg may be

The value for Cg may be

**determined**in a number of ways . Two sets of assumptions are considered here ... For this case , it was possible to**determine**a lower bound failure cost of 3.1 times the initial cost of construction ( Cid ) ...Page 428

Maximum Likelihood estimators and covariance matrix equal to , sce e.g. ( Lindley , 1976 ) COLA = t - Hohet oa Papooop Papoooo o } ( 2 ) OB The probability distribution for the annual maximum individual wave heights is

Maximum Likelihood estimators and covariance matrix equal to , sce e.g. ( Lindley , 1976 ) COLA = t - Hohet oa Papooop Papoooo o } ( 2 ) OB The probability distribution for the annual maximum individual wave heights is

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