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

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Cubicuation Lincanzation Simulation ( x Ixlu Water depth in still water Total length of the

Cubicuation Lincanzation Simulation ( x Ixlu Water depth in still water Total length of the

**columns**Diameter of the**columns**Mean wetted length for each**column Column**spacing d = 72 m L = 80m D = 2.6 m w Cubicization Linearization 0 ...Page 362

6 ( a ) Variation of

6 ( a ) Variation of

**column**strengths due to perforation rate for the case of c = L / 2 . Ou / or 1.1 I Ks = 0.0 ( c = 1/2 ) C = 18 OWOT 1.2 . KS = 0.05 Ks = 0.10 .Page 365

References The location of perforation due to corrosion is assumed to be at the center of each

References The location of perforation due to corrosion is assumed to be at the center of each

**column**in the bottom story The critical section with high probability of failure and the occurrence probability are shown in Fig .### What people are saying - Write a review

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