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

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Maximum static top tension is 632 KN Touch down

Maximum static top tension is 632 KN Touch down

**length**is 75m in vessel far position Maximum von mises stress is 279 MPa near touch down area at 250 m from anchor point , in vessel near position , as shown in figure 2 .Page 4

Ultimate Limit State Total

Ultimate Limit State Total

**length**of riser from top end to riser anchor point is 875m . Wall thickness is 25mm in upper 360m and 16mm in lower 515m**lengths**. Top angle varies from 11 ° to 25 ° from vertical under static loads .Page 5

Wall thickness is 32mm in upper 400m and 16mm in lower 1100m

Wall thickness is 32mm in upper 400m and 16mm in lower 1100m

**lengths**. Top angle varies from 12 ° to 28 ° from vertical under static loads . Maximum static top tension is 1874 KN . Touch down**length**is 140m in ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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