## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2006 - Arctic regions |

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More detailed description of the mobilized friction

section . Similarly , the mobilized interface friction

the soil is assumed to follow the relationship of Pile tan d ' = - tan s tany tan ( 3 )

Fig .

More detailed description of the mobilized friction

**angle**is included in the nextsection . Similarly , the mobilized interface friction

**angle**between the ESA andthe soil is assumed to follow the relationship of Pile tan d ' = - tan s tany tan ( 3 )

Fig .

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Variation of Mobilized Soil Friction

previous studies to be 45° + 0 / 2 , where ø is the soil internal friction

However , it is only true at the time of the soil failure when a sufficient amount of ...

Variation of Mobilized Soil Friction

**Angle**for n < 0 has been observed from manyprevious studies to be 45° + 0 / 2 , where ø is the soil internal friction

**angle**.However , it is only true at the time of the soil failure when a sufficient amount of ...

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Loads vs Slope

MPa , friction coefficient = 0 . 2 , level ice thickness = 1 meter and width of the

cone = 30 meter , according to our understanding of the VSN code . It is ,

however ...

Loads vs Slope

**angle**Figure 6 . Loads vs . Slope**angle**, for bending strength = 1MPa , friction coefficient = 0 . 2 , level ice thickness = 1 meter and width of the

cone = 30 meter , according to our understanding of the VSN code . It is ,

however ...

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