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

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P , ( T ) = a saiz ( PH ) P18 ( a dadLdwdo , ( 16 ) Ő xe seulpoolt ) Substituting from

Ldwdo , ( arcul pop ) - ( 17 ) Substituting the above expression into

...

P , ( T ) = a saiz ( PH ) P18 ( a dadLdwdo , ( 16 ) Ő xe seulpoolt ) Substituting from

**equation**( 1 ) for plw , o , 15 ) this becomes P5 ( 7 ) = a pais ( PH ) Piw ( a ) dadLdwdo , ( arcul pop ) - ( 17 ) Substituting the above expression into

**equation**( 9 )...

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0 m / s Table 1 : Range of environmental parameters and their ranges used in the

pipeline simulations . Figure 2 : Predicted weight response (

simulated response for the 350 parameter set . A number of simple candidate ...

0 m / s Table 1 : Range of environmental parameters and their ranges used in the

pipeline simulations . Figure 2 : Predicted weight response (

**Equation**3 ) versussimulated response for the 350 parameter set . A number of simple candidate ...

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CIRIA ' S

is base safety factor . Based on this

semisubmersible by taking T = 20 . This proposed

target as ...

CIRIA ' S

**equation**is of CIRIA ' S Jarger , intal value redundancy of structure , Bois base safety factor . Based on this

**equation**B = 3 . 5 is obtained forsemisubmersible by taking T = 20 . This proposed

**equation**presents strict safetytarget as ...

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