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

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Results showed evidence of

**oscillation**during normal operation . Under impact conditions high stress concentrations occurred around the perimeter , in the central ( saddle shaped ) INTRODUCTION In July 1988 there was a major explosion ...Page 66

For this reason , one may assume , in an approximate analysis that the effective period te of

For this reason , one may assume , in an approximate analysis that the effective period te of

**oscillations**is equal to the natural period of the ship motions in heave or pitch ( these are , typically , quite close ) .Page 68

2 ( 1 – 2 * 3 : '27 ' , Sn = ( A - 3 ) D where Dx is the variance of the ordinate X ( t ) of the

2 ( 1 – 2 * 3 : '27 ' , Sn = ( A - 3 ) D where Dx is the variance of the ordinate X ( t ) of the

**oscillations**. The most likely value Ynt of the**oscillation**amplitude can be found from the equation ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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