## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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Probability Distribution

Probability Distribution

**Function**of Cumulative Displacements for Long Terms Oceanographic Conditions on an wave Several approaches can be considered to formulate the long term pipe movement probability distribution**functions**.Page 131

The earthquake is assumed as a stationary random process characterized by a power spectral density

The earthquake is assumed as a stationary random process characterized by a power spectral density

**function**. The cross spectral density**function**between two random seismic excitations along the pipe length is defined with the help of ...Page 339

In its simplest form , the utility

In its simplest form , the utility

**function**can be represented as u = X + CY where cis a ... More sophisticated**functions**can be used which represent different risk and tradeoff attitudes ( Keeney and Raiffa , 1976 ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Seabed Scour Under Pipelines | 33 |

Flow Around and Forces on a Pipeline Near a Scoured | 39 |

MEASUREMENTS OF PIPELINE LEAK DETECTION | 55 |

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