## 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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5 M

1 . 40 m - 0 . 652 m ) sin ( 0 . 72 4 rad ) 1 . 40 m Mmean = 121 000 Nm I , ( 0 . 15 )

( 121 000 Nm ) ( 1000 mm ) 130 y com ? 18 ( 1 . 05 ) ( 121 000 Nm ) ( 1000 myn )

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5 M

**mean**= ( 164 000 N ) ( 1 . 40 m - 0 . 652 m ) cos ( 0 . 72 4 rad ) 83 400 Nm * (1 . 40 m - 0 . 652 m ) sin ( 0 . 72 4 rad ) 1 . 40 m Mmean = 121 000 Nm I , ( 0 . 15 )

( 121 000 Nm ) ( 1000 mm ) 130 y com ? 18 ( 1 . 05 ) ( 121 000 Nm ) ( 1000 myn )

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Distribution function of

the June - November navigation period : 1 - according to calculations within the

period from 1960 through 1994 ; 2 -

years ...

Distribution function of

**mean**wave heights at 70° N , 54° E ( H€100 m ) duringthe June - November navigation period : 1 - according to calculations within the

period from 1960 through 1994 ; 2 -

**mean**height of waves appearing once 50years ...

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Then we can estimate the corresponding

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

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

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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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