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

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... elevation time period water particle

response wind

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... elevation time period water particle

**velocity**water particle acceleration current**velocity**at depth z j - th order Fourier coefficients of Volterra series displacementresponse wind

**velocity**displacement of the deck in the surge motion zero - mean...

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Current

speed with depth . Current

the impact zone is roughly the same as for the 1 . 3 m / s case . The maximum ...

Current

**velocity**is 1 . 3m / s 1 . 5 Max Impact Speed ( m / s ] Figure 8 Max impactspeed with depth . Current

**velocity**is 1 . 5 m / s . The extension and location ofthe impact zone is roughly the same as for the 1 . 3 m / s case . The maximum ...

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The stress probability density is shown in Figure 10 . Also for this case , around

80 % of the contact stresses are less than 30 MPa . However , the peak between

10 and 20 Mpa is now much higher than for the current

The stress probability density is shown in Figure 10 . Also for this case , around

80 % of the contact stresses are less than 30 MPa . However , the peak between

10 and 20 Mpa is now much higher than for the current

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