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

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For the Troll A platform , for example , the following negligible risk levels were chosen : The involvement of a warranty surveyor ( representing the insurance companies ) in the design phase is furthermore a

For the Troll A platform , for example , the following negligible risk levels were chosen : The involvement of a warranty surveyor ( representing the insurance companies ) in the design phase is furthermore a

**normal**10-6 probability ...Page 59

The parameters studied were the valve closure time ,

The parameters studied were the valve closure time ,

**normal**open angle and stresses / forces acting on different parts of the valve . Three reverse flow scenarios and four ( two gas and two oil ) fluid flow cases were investigated .Page 227

... + Yi ( i = 1 , ... , n ) ( 12 ) where X ; are the observed variables including measurement error , Y ; are the variables without measurement error , and Yi are zero - mean id

... + Yi ( i = 1 , ... , n ) ( 12 ) where X ; are the observed variables including measurement error , Y ; are the variables without measurement error , and Yi are zero - mean id

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