Dynamic Fatigue Assessment of Fixed Offshore Platforms
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A practical method for dynamic fatigue assessment of fixed offshore platforms is investigated. Literature review is conducted to identify the most appropriate design methods and their significance in meeting functionality, safety and economical aspects. The random nature of the wave environment is represented by frequency domain spectral methods using a suitable linearization in a moderate environment. The accuracy and efficiency of the proposed method is verified by calibration techniques with due consideration of dynamic characteristics.
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