The Extremes of Combinations of Environmental Loadsby Marc A. Maes, Queen's Univ, Canada,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Structural Safety and Reliability
Abstract: The objectives and the general approach of an offshore environmental data and extremal analysis are described. The intention is to develop long-term design values of wave, wind and current processes which, together, generate extreme load effects in offshore structures. The analysis procedure is to take into account factors such as nonstationarity, auto- and crosscorrelation, nonlinearities and uncertainties in the load modeling, and arbitrary combinations of processes. A preliminary data inspection shows which analysis features and techniques are appropriate.
Subject Headings: Offshore structures | Environmental issues | Load combinations | Data analysis | Load and resistance factor design | Wind loads | Structural analysis
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