## 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 the case of the steady currents , the traditional

higher for three of the four pipeline orientations , by between 10-60 % , but 8 %

lower for the fourth orientation . The traditional

In the case of the steady currents , the traditional

**estimates**are consistentlyhigher for three of the four pipeline orientations , by between 10-60 % , but 8 %

lower for the fourth orientation . The traditional

**estimates**of the significant wave ...Page 185

A brief discussion of the implication for the

the various

the

A brief discussion of the implication for the

**estimation**of confidence intervals onthe various

**estimates**will also be ... that may contribute significantly to errors inthe

**estimates**obtained by using the POT method in combination with the same ...Page 187

The c0 estimators then apply to the transformed data , for which only the a -

parameter has to be

point

using a ...

The c0 estimators then apply to the transformed data , for which only the a -

parameter has to be

**estimated**. ... p50r , the results given in Figure 1 are not thepoint

**estimates**of x507 for each k , but rather smoothed**estimates**obtained byusing a ...

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