## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 4; Volume 8, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1989 - Arctic regions |

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The model S relative

principles of impulse and momentum . The at the interface input data include the

masses and velocities of the relative velocity of the two colliding bodies colliding

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The model S relative

**deformation**of the two colliding bodies is based on theprinciples of impulse and momentum . The at the interface input data include the

masses and velocities of the relative velocity of the two colliding bodies colliding

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Thus for the purpose of this paper we shall assume a value of e = 0.40 for low

speed which combines the elastic and plastic effects of the

Equation 5 gives the total impulse ( area under the full in Figure 3 ) in terms of

mass ...

Thus for the purpose of this paper we shall assume a value of e = 0.40 for low

speed which combines the elastic and plastic effects of the

**deformation**. curveEquation 5 gives the total impulse ( area under the full in Figure 3 ) in terms of

mass ...

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Therefore , the total impact load may be expressed in terms of the

combining Equations 16 and 17 to give : Р f ( S ) = g ( s ) = 101.6 50.25 ( 18 )

Consistent SI units are used in all equations , with force in MN , pressure in MPa

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Therefore , the total impact load may be expressed in terms of the

**deformation**bycombining Equations 16 and 17 to give : Р f ( S ) = g ( s ) = 101.6 50.25 ( 18 )

Consistent SI units are used in all equations , with force in MN , pressure in MPa

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | 24 |

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