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

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Figure 4 shows the comparison between the present numerical results of the

RMS

for B value of 200 . The RMS inline

Figure 4 shows the comparison between the present numerical results of the

RMS

**force**coefficients and the experimental data by Maull and Millner ( 1978 )for B value of 200 . The RMS inline

**force**( CFrons ) and lift**force**( Cloms ) are ...Page 780

The maximum horizontal

increased by 23 % . But , the maximum horizontal remains constant and was

predicted to 1376 kN . horizontal and vertical

ice sheet ...

The maximum horizontal

**force**increases from 1242 kN to 1544 kN , i . e .increased by 23 % . But , the maximum horizontal remains constant and was

predicted to 1376 kN . horizontal and vertical

**forces**occurred as the front of theice sheet ...

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Fc ( t ) = FCM + Fco ( 1 ) ( 2 ) not fully react to these very rapid

Hence , the structure acts as a filter on the time - varying ice

hand , the effects of the continuous

...

Fc ( t ) = FCM + Fco ( 1 ) ( 2 ) not fully react to these very rapid

**force**fluctuations .Hence , the structure acts as a filter on the time - varying ice

**force**. On the otherhand , the effects of the continuous

**force**function shown are magnified within the...

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