## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 18, Part 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1999 - Arctic regions |

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The method to

discussed in Section 5.3 . With the Wand Lc given in Equations 8 and 10 , the

vertical load on each wedge beam is

...

The method to

**compute**o's is given by Croasdale et al ( 1994 ) and is furtherdiscussed in Section 5.3 . With the Wand Lc given in Equations 8 and 10 , the

vertical load on each wedge beam is

**computed**via Croasdale's 2 - D model , i.e....

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This equation can be reformulated to

equivalent to the accretion section , Aç , in Eq . ( 5 ) . Therefore , this effect is

significant and would have to be taken into consideration to obtain realistic

models for ...

This equation can be reformulated to

**compute**form the load the diameter D ,equivalent to the accretion section , Aç , in Eq . ( 5 ) . Therefore , this effect is

significant and would have to be taken into consideration to obtain realistic

models for ...

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Figure 11 shows results of the Chaîné model using two approaches to

the equivalent radial thickness at each time step . The first approach , used in Fig

. 9 and 10 , computes an hourly increase in radial thickness and yields ...

Figure 11 shows results of the Chaîné model using two approaches to

**compute**the equivalent radial thickness at each time step . The first approach , used in Fig

. 9 and 10 , computes an hourly increase in radial thickness and yields ...

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OMAE99PA1135 | 19 |

OMAE99PA1141 | 39 |

PROPELLERICE INTERACTION | 53 |

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