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

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-ml 1 1 I I I • -ilS -1 -IJ -J .2J Min ulal *rfcKliv (m/») Figure 19 Corresponding

maxima of effective tension / bending moment and axial

grey) and 1800 m depth (coloured) Figure 18 and Figure 19 show a clear

correlation ...

-ml 1 1 I I I • -ilS -1 -IJ -J .2J Min ulal *rfcKliv (m/») Figure 19 Corresponding

maxima of effective tension / bending moment and axial

**velocity**for 500 m depth (grey) and 1800 m depth (coloured) Figure 18 and Figure 19 show a clear

correlation ...

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Figure 23 Minimum axial

moment. 16.5 m seastate, 1800 m water depth. The minimum axial

effective tension and the maximum bending moment from the five different ...

Figure 23 Minimum axial

**velocity**and effective tension and maximum bendingmoment. 16.5 m seastate, 1800 m water depth. The minimum axial

**velocity**andeffective tension and the maximum bending moment from the five different ...

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Standard deviation of gust wind

Volkov model with wave age Table 4. Standard deviation of gust wind

20m versus mean wind speed at 10m. Volkov model with wave age In Figure 8 ...

Standard deviation of gust wind

**velocity**at 10m versus mean wind speed at 10m.Volkov model with wave age Table 4. Standard deviation of gust wind

**velocity**at20m versus mean wind speed at 10m. Volkov model with wave age In Figure 8 ...

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 1 |

OMAE200692014 | 7 |

MAE 200692049 | 17 |

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