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

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Wind

another tacit assumptions underlying the use of models adopted to produce

synthetic data , it is always necessary to verify conclusions by the analyses of real

data ...

Wind

**Speed**Data Since practical data often turn out to violate in some way oranother tacit assumptions underlying the use of models adopted to produce

synthetic data , it is always necessary to verify conclusions by the analyses of real

data ...

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The floater motion represents a substantial fraction of the total

experienced by the riser ... 1.30_1500E3_150_10 -200 400 Depth ( m ) 600

RESULTS 800 -1000 0.5 1 1.5 Max Impact

three ...

The floater motion represents a substantial fraction of the total

**speed**which isexperienced by the riser ... 1.30_1500E3_150_10 -200 400 Depth ( m ) 600

RESULTS 800 -1000 0.5 1 1.5 Max Impact

**Speed**( m / s ) General Results forthree ...

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Current velocity is 1.3m / s -1000 0.5 1.5 Max Impact

impact

location of the impact zone is roughly the same as for the 1.3 m / s case . The

maximum ...

Current velocity is 1.3m / s -1000 0.5 1.5 Max Impact

**Speed**( m / s ] Figure 8 Maximpact

**speed**with depth . Current velocity is 1.5 m / s . The extension andlocation of the impact zone is roughly the same as for the 1.3 m / s case . The

maximum ...

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