## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2006 - Arctic regions |

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where , ak are the parameters defining the

material and fatigue detail obtained from ... It is recommended that an appropriate

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where , ak are the parameters defining the

**curves**, which are dependant on thematerial and fatigue detail obtained from ... It is recommended that an appropriate

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**curve**from a recognized national or international standard be the basic ...Page 291

With the cross

displacement . ... Correction due the loss of ballast weight in the stability

Calculation of the AVCG for each damage stability requirement separately 3 .

With the cross

**curves**it is possible to obtain the stability**curves**for each draft ordisplacement . ... Correction due the loss of ballast weight in the stability

**curve**Calculation of the AVCG for each damage stability requirement separately 3 .

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13 = [ 0 , sin ( 0 ) , - cos ( 0 ) ] 12 = 13x1 , can be defined as : Torsion and

curvature of the

Xz - axis . Under the assumption that the

surface ...

13 = [ 0 , sin ( 0 ) , - cos ( 0 ) ] 12 = 13x1 , can be defined as : Torsion and

curvature of the

**curve**s can be defined as : Let the cylinder be curved about theXz - axis . Under the assumption that the

**curve**s does not slip on the cylindersurface ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 1 |

OMAE200692014 | 7 |

OMAE200692049 | 17 |

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