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

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a continuous long - term distribution of sea states , the total damage will be

a continuous long - term distribution of sea states , the total damage will be

**calculated**from Eq . ( 1 ) . For a multi - linear S - N model , the mean damage for a stress cycle of a non narrow - banded stress process , E [ DD ] ...Page 108

The parameters of the S - N model are

The parameters of the S - N model are

**calculated**from statistical analysis of experimental data , which display a ... M in Cj are the mean values of kj Runeai**calculations**Failure function and Derivatives a Yes InC ; and ( In C ; ) .Page 109

The cumulative damage is

The cumulative damage is

**calculated**from probabilistic contributions of the segments . Having modelled uncertainties in the fatigue damage , a reliability**calculation**of an example jacket type structure is presented .### What people are saying - Write a review

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