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

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Correlation

container ships , vertical bending stress ... This method is to combine the stress

components in terms of a quadratic expression with correlation

follow ...

Correlation

**Coefficient**When assessing the torsional strength of hull girder ofcontainer ships , vertical bending stress ... This method is to combine the stress

components in terms of a quadratic expression with correlation

**coefficients**asfollow ...

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the advance

rapidly . the geometric pitch angle , Qc is the geometric angle of attack , V is the

carriage speed , VA is the advance speed , U , and U , are the tangential and ...

the advance

**coefficient**increases over 0 . 7 , the thrust**coefficients**are decreasedrapidly . the geometric pitch angle , Qc is the geometric angle of attack , V is the

carriage speed , VA is the advance speed , U , and U , are the tangential and ...

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From the results , this peak point was an advance

35 mm depth of cut . When the advance

shadowing effect should be considered carefully . Because of the shadowing ,

the ice ...

From the results , this peak point was an advance

**coefficient**of 0 . 5 – 0 . 6 at the35 mm depth of cut . When the advance

**coefficient**is less than 0 . 5 , theshadowing effect should be considered carefully . Because of the shadowing ,

the ice ...

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