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

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The distribution pla ) is generally derived from

The distribution pla ) is generally derived from

**measurements**of defects which have been found in welds made using ... This effect on pla ) can be accommodated by considering the**measured**depth am to include an error € , so that where ...Page 219

In terms of wind and wave

In terms of wind and wave

**measurements**a heave - pitch - roll buoy was moored in a depth over 1000 meters at position 22 ... The wind speed and direction were**measured**hourly from the buoy by two Young propeller - vane anemometers at a ...Page 386

The optimal position of the vessel , nope , can be computed by taking the riser angle criteria into account , based on the

The optimal position of the vessel , nope , can be computed by taking the riser angle criteria into account , based on the

**measured**values of the angles at any time . However , the vessel can not be moved to the specified optimal ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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