## 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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Then the thrust deduction coefficient t was determined from 1 = 1 - Paper ( 6 ) and

an effective net propeller efficiency no in ice by Power Requirements In Ice The

measured parameters in the model self propulsion tests in ice were

Then the thrust deduction coefficient t was determined from 1 = 1 - Paper ( 6 ) and

an effective net propeller efficiency no in ice by Power Requirements In Ice The

measured parameters in the model self propulsion tests in ice were

**expressed**...Page 111

Hence , the fatigue crack growth rate is

Yokobori , et al . , 1975 ) : dal dN = b . n ... we get : 1 / 2 is TO Then , the

19 ) : ( m + ...

Hence , the fatigue crack growth rate is

**expressed**by dislocation dynamics as (Yokobori , et al . , 1975 ) : dal dN = b . n ... we get : 1 / 2 is TO Then , the

**expression**of the crack growth rate dal DN written as , by using Eq . ( 12 ) and (19 ) : ( m + ...

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For example , in Croasdale ' s model , the total horizontal and vertical forces ,

Hrot and Vtot , exerted on the front half of the smooth cone can be

the following simplified form : ( Eg . 1 ) Hror = F Vtor ( Eq . 3 ) where is the

resolution ...

For example , in Croasdale ' s model , the total horizontal and vertical forces ,

Hrot and Vtot , exerted on the front half of the smooth cone can be

**expressed**inthe following simplified form : ( Eg . 1 ) Hror = F Vtor ( Eq . 3 ) where is the

resolution ...

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### Contents

SHIP NAVIGATION IN | 307 |

Estimation of Extreme Heights of Wind Waves in the Arctic | 327 |

Air and Water Drag on Sea Ice From Similarity Theory | 347 |

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