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

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In general there will be several possible loading systcms

most of these will be functions of time and hence will be best described by a

random process . A typical realisation of one such process is shown in Figure 2 .

In general there will be several possible loading systcms

**acting**on the structure ;most of these will be functions of time and hence will be best described by a

random process . A typical realisation of one such process is shown in Figure 2 .

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These velocity spectra were converted into spectra of the wave - induced velocity

induced velocity and other parameters were calculated . 2 This is repeated for all

...

These velocity spectra were converted into spectra of the wave - induced velocity

**acting**normal to the pipeline , and from these spectra , the significant wave -induced velocity and other parameters were calculated . 2 This is repeated for all

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... due to hard marine growth is also considered : D + D + 50 mm ( about four

years ) Appendix B : Estimation of Extreme Wave Loads External loads

jacket structures mainly consist of static deck loads and wave induced loads .

... due to hard marine growth is also considered : D + D + 50 mm ( about four

years ) Appendix B : Estimation of Extreme Wave Loads External loads

**acting**onjacket structures mainly consist of static deck loads and wave induced loads .

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