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

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... at fixed values of fi ( 11 ) 1 RSRC This case is applicable to monopods B and C

. Results for this expression are

four monopods . any separate foundations for the conductors are neglected .

... at fixed values of fi ( 11 ) 1 RSRC This case is applicable to monopods B and C

. Results for this expression are

**shown**in figure 3 , applying the equation to allfour monopods . any separate foundations for the conductors are neglected .

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It is

predictions of long return period extreme values for specific types of estimators

combined with the POT method . A brief discussion of the implication for the

estimation of ...

It is

**shown**that this effect may lead to a substantial shift in the resultingpredictions of long return period extreme values for specific types of estimators

combined with the POT method . A brief discussion of the implication for the

estimation of ...

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-200 The damage along the riser is

at depths of about 200 and 300m . The two distinct peaks occur as the same

locations as for the maximum impact speed . However , the third peak for the

impact ...

-200 The damage along the riser is

**shown**in Figure 9. The highest values occurat depths of about 200 and 300m . The two distinct peaks occur as the same

locations as for the maximum impact speed . However , the third peak for the

impact ...

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