## 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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where to – is the maximum root section thickness : 1-06 is the thickness ,

rigidity C ( r ) of mot blade sections

practically .

where to – is the maximum root section thickness : 1-06 is the thickness ,

**corresponding**to the co - ordinate -06 = -0.6 ( c ... recommended by operation ,rigidity C ( r ) of mot blade sections

**corresponds**to rigidity of an elliptic sectionpractically .

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Figures 6.a and 6.b also show another sample of tilt data and

pressure data for an event showing all natural frequencies . There were also tilt

data with peaks at frequencies other than natural frequencies . 7 % 6 % Energy 5

...

Figures 6.a and 6.b also show another sample of tilt data and

**corresponding**pressure data for an event showing all natural frequencies . There were also tilt

data with peaks at frequencies other than natural frequencies . 7 % 6 % Energy 5

...

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Then we can estimate the

water point , using the SPD model in the shallow sea . The height of the 0.1 %

probability , when there is a depth influence , is estimated by the mean wave ...

Then we can estimate the

**corresponding**mean wave heights at a given shallow -water point , using the SPD model in the shallow sea . The height of the 0.1 %

probability , when there is a depth influence , is estimated by the mean wave ...

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### Contents

OMAE99PA1135 | 19 |

OMAE99PA1141 | 39 |

PROPELLERICE INTERACTION | 53 |

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