## 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 velocity potential on the free

transformation . Estimates of the horizontal and vertical velocities on the free

evaluated on the ...

The velocity potential on the free

**surface**can be calculated from a similartransformation . Estimates of the horizontal and vertical velocities on the free

**surface**can then be calculated from the kinematic boundary conditions ,evaluated on the ...

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Judging from the high multiple correlation coefficient and the low deviation of the

residual , it can be seen that the fitted response

observed data . The sensitivity of reliability index with respect to random

variables ...

Judging from the high multiple correlation coefficient and the low deviation of the

residual , it can be seen that the fitted response

**surface**goes very well with theobserved data . The sensitivity of reliability index with respect to random

variables ...

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The most important parameters influencing the collision process are in general

found to be : Riser spacing , riser tension , nature of pipe

without connectors or flanges ) , ocean current ( velocity , direction , profile ) and ...

The most important parameters influencing the collision process are in general

found to be : Riser spacing , riser tension , nature of pipe

**surface**( e.g. with orwithout connectors or flanges ) , ocean current ( velocity , direction , profile ) and ...

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