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Modelling of marine growth effect on offshore structures loading using kinematics field of water particle

Abstract : Structural response to extreme events or fatigue loading and structural integrity are major criteria to be quantified in a rational process of reassessment for offshore structures. It is now well established that the probabilistic mechanics approach gives an efficient means for measuring the relative changing in safety level compared to a predefined requirement. This paper proposes a probabilistic modelling of marine growth effects based on both Response Surface Methodology and the panel of available tests in laboratory. This method is here suggested to condition hydrodynamics coefficient to particle kinematics field randomness.
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Franck Schoefs, Morgan Boukinda. Modelling of marine growth effect on offshore structures loading using kinematics field of water particle. 14th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference and Exhibition (ISOPE04), 2004, Toulon, France. ⟨hal-01008501⟩

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