## 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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These supporting calculations are related to the determination of class

non - ice loads , and material properties . Once these have been determined , a

calculation is completed to determine the scantlings for a nonice class propeller .

These supporting calculations are related to the determination of class

**factors**,non - ice loads , and material properties . Once these have been determined , a

calculation is completed to determine the scantlings for a nonice class propeller .

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Calculate the exposure

Determine appropriate partial safety

the companion paper which discusses Wake , Residual , Centrifugal and Mean ...

Calculate the exposure

**factor**for ice clearing using equation ( 24 ) . 20 . / 7 . ...Determine appropriate partial safety

**factors**and other**factors**( see the section inthe companion paper which discusses Wake , Residual , Centrifugal and Mean ...

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There are

icing zone . ... But for a conductor , the shape

unity ( S > 1 ) although not necessarily as high as S = 2 , since the shape would

be ...

There are

**factors**that would tend to increase the icing further in the maximumicing zone . ... But for a conductor , the shape

**factor**would likely be larger thanunity ( S > 1 ) although not necessarily as high as S = 2 , since the shape would

be ...

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### Contents

SHIP NAVIGATION IN | 119 |

OMAE99PA1103 | 209 |

OMAE99PA1154 | 267 |

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