## 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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... of average and standard deviation of the predicted to measured mean peak

force ratio , FpredFmeas , associated with each test data set , and the overall

average Fpred F ratio for the new model meas Nevel Ralston Test

Croasdale ...

... of average and standard deviation of the predicted to measured mean peak

force ratio , FpredFmeas , associated with each test data set , and the overall

average Fpred F ratio for the new model meas Nevel Ralston Test

**Statistics**Croasdale ...

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The

height of waves , which may appear once 100 years , equal to 9.9 m . Taking into

account the 95 % confidence interval , the maximum height of waves , which may

...

The

**statistical**analysis for shallow water in the Pechora Sea gives a maximumheight of waves , which may appear once 100 years , equal to 9.9 m . Taking into

account the 95 % confidence interval , the maximum height of waves , which may

...

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Only a small number ( N = 18 ) of stamukhas was available to establish such

sampled population was taken from the same area . Consequently , all

stamukhas ...

Only a small number ( N = 18 ) of stamukhas was available to establish such

**statistical**relationships . For convenience in carrying out field measurements , thesampled population was taken from the same area . Consequently , all

stamukhas ...

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### Contents

OMAE99PA1135 | 19 |

OMAE99PA1141 | 39 |

PROPELLERICE INTERACTION | 53 |

Copyright | |

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