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

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The average values of the two load histories

used , see Fig . 3 . The load time history is described in full by this time history

and a reference load , taken as e . g . the maximum load Fd , max corresponding

to the ...

The average values of the two load histories

**given**in Fig . 1 is recommendedused , see Fig . 3 . The load time history is described in full by this time history

and a reference load , taken as e . g . the maximum load Fd , max corresponding

to the ...

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004 Further background and details are

2001 ) . Here the Volkov ( 2001 ) model will be used , and the wave age

independent Charnock ( 1955 ) formula will be used as a reference for

comparison .

004 Further background and details are

**given**in Volkov ( 2001 ) and Jones (2001 ) . Here the Volkov ( 2001 ) model will be used , and the wave age

independent Charnock ( 1955 ) formula will be used as a reference for

comparison .

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Isaacson 1981 , Chakrabarti 1987 ) is

to plot the data , a probability must be assigned to each data point . To do this ,

the data is arranged according to the extreme value and suffix m is used to ...

Isaacson 1981 , Chakrabarti 1987 ) is

**given**as P ( x ) = 1 – exp - ( * ) ( 1 ) In orderto plot the data , a probability must be assigned to each data point . To do this ,

the data is arranged according to the extreme value and suffix m is used to ...

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 1 |

OMAE200692014 | 7 |

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