## 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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5.2 INFLUENCE OF INCOMING WIND /WAVE ANGLE ON

WAVE FORCE TO MAXIMUM WIND/ WAVE FORCE Figure 6 shows the results of

the

denoted ...

5.2 INFLUENCE OF INCOMING WIND /WAVE ANGLE ON

**RATIO**OF WIND/WAVE FORCE TO MAXIMUM WIND/ WAVE FORCE Figure 6 shows the results of

the

**ratio**of forces F^ + Fxwa to the maximum value of + Fxwa force. This isdenoted ...

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For a given type of clay (that is, given c^), pile configuration and L/D

group efficiency increases linearly with S/D. 2. For a given S/D

group efficiency decreases with the increase of the number of piles (N - m x n) in

...

For a given type of clay (that is, given c^), pile configuration and L/D

**ratio**, thegroup efficiency increases linearly with S/D. 2. For a given S/D

**ratio**and clay, thegroup efficiency decreases with the increase of the number of piles (N - m x n) in

...

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4 that the

the softer "T1" system. The two structures were subjected to a random wave

record representing an extreme wave event that contained a maximum wave "

height" ...

4 that the

**ratio**of displacement with P-Delta included to that without, is larger forthe softer "T1" system. The two structures were subjected to a random wave

record representing an extreme wave event that contained a maximum wave "

height" ...

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