## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Offshore structures |

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(9) From the equations (6), (8) and (9), a fluid velocity of an arbitrary point can be

obtained by using a following equation. u . iv = dflzl = d( Fp(z)+Fv(z) ) dz dz (10)

The boundary

(9) From the equations (6), (8) and (9), a fluid velocity of an arbitrary point can be

obtained by using a following equation. u . iv = dflzl = d( Fp(z)+Fv(z) ) dz dz (10)

The boundary

**layer**is replaced by inviscid vortices at the point where a fluid ...Page 615

Variation of Hoop Contact Force in Individual

-Zero Mean Tension is Assumed in the Cable subjected to 400m of external

water pressure. At zero cable axial tension, Pjg is highest in the outer

Variation of Hoop Contact Force in Individual

**layers**as a Function of Hater Depth-Zero Mean Tension is Assumed in the Cable subjected to 400m of external

water pressure. At zero cable axial tension, Pjg is highest in the outer

**layer**and ...Page 147

The soil deposit consists of slightly overconsolidated clay

hard sandy clay at 96 m below mudline. Four different

96 below mudline as shown in Figure 4. For

shear ...

The soil deposit consists of slightly overconsolidated clay

**layers**overlaying ahard sandy clay at 96 m below mudline. Four different

**layers**are defined down to96 below mudline as shown in Figure 4. For

**layer**1 the active underdrainedshear ...

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