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

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0 H / H , [ m / m ] 2 . 5 262 Hmar ( H1 ) = x ( H ( 11 ) Figure 2 . Normalised

probability density distribution of

on number of waves Nw as well as associated

Hmar ...

0 H / H , [ m / m ] 2 . 5 262 Hmar ( H1 ) = x ( H ( 11 ) Figure 2 . Normalised

probability density distribution of

**maximum**wave height QHmar ( H ) dependingon number of waves Nw as well as associated

**maximum**wave height distributionHmar ...

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84 - Table 2 presents the resulting

numbers of waves Nw ( as an example for B = 0° : The

from 0 . 52m . 1 . 23 = 0 . 64m ) . The corresponding numbers of motion cycles NĄ

are ...

84 - Table 2 presents the resulting

**maximum**double amplitudes for differentnumbers of waves Nw ( as an example for B = 0° : The

**maximum**value followsfrom 0 . 52m . 1 . 23 = 0 . 64m ) . The corresponding numbers of motion cycles NĄ

are ...

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10 ,

Earthquake Simulation ( NERA Calculated ) Maremum Rel Veocity ( ons )

Maurnum Acceleration ) 02 Depth ( m ) Fig . 7 ,

10 ,

**Maximum**Rel . Displ . and**Maximum**Shear stress of soil during CSP3 - KEarthquake Simulation ( NERA Calculated ) Maremum Rel Veocity ( ons )

Maurnum Acceleration ) 02 Depth ( m ) Fig . 7 ,

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### Contents

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 1 |

OMAE200692014 | 7 |

OMAE200692049 | 17 |

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