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

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Notwithstanding these difficulties , two typical comparisons are made in Table 2 –

the Judy and Shearwater C lift - installed jackets are listed alongside jack - ups

having

Notwithstanding these difficulties , two typical comparisons are made in Table 2 –

the Judy and Shearwater C lift - installed jackets are listed alongside jack - ups

having

**similar**characteristics in terms of environmental conditions , effective ...Page 304

A

Fourier coefficients of the second - order response , Ñ " ( t ) , can be related to the

Fourier coefficients of Û " ( 2 , 4 ) , by substituting the following expressions for A

and B ...

A

**similar**expression clearly holds for the structural response statistics TheFourier coefficients of the second - order response , Ñ " ( t ) , can be related to the

Fourier coefficients of Û " ( 2 , 4 ) , by substituting the following expressions for A

and B ...

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1000 to 2000 ) would be required to get a ... and a

distribution . vertical cylinder , will not be in the same direction as the incoming

element ...

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**similar**tests show that a much higher number of frequencies ( in the range of1000 to 2000 ) would be required to get a ... and a

**similar**accuracy on thedistribution . vertical cylinder , will not be in the same direction as the incoming

element ...

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