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

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Page 67

V2D , [ Inn - In ( - In P . ) ] ( 7 ) As this formula shows , the required UKC in rough

seas is affected primarily by the variance D , of

Fig . 1 illustrate the effect of the number n of oscillations and the level of the ...

V2D , [ Inn - In ( - In P . ) ] ( 7 ) As this formula shows , the required UKC in rough

seas is affected primarily by the variance D , of

**vertical**ship motions . The plots inFig . 1 illustrate the effect of the number n of oscillations and the level of the ...

Page 172

At each increase of curvature the strain in each element , & , can be calculated .

where & is the strain in each element C is the curvature applied y ; is the

distance of each element from the neutral axis The corresponding stresses are ...

At each increase of curvature the strain in each element , & , can be calculated .

where & is the strain in each element C is the curvature applied y ; is the

**vertical**distance of each element from the neutral axis The corresponding stresses are ...

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These results indicate clearly that the dominant peak horizontal and the

foundation motions of platforms at the Bay of Campeche are associated with the

type II earthquake source . For a period range from 0 . 4 s to 1 s . earthquakes ...

These results indicate clearly that the dominant peak horizontal and the

**vertical**foundation motions of platforms at the Bay of Campeche are associated with the

type II earthquake source . For a period range from 0 . 4 s to 1 s . earthquakes ...

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