## 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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This suggests a D / d ratio of 10 or greater where D and d are sample

and maximum grain

discussed here are . 750 inches in

order of .

This suggests a D / d ratio of 10 or greater where D and d are sample

**diameter**and maximum grain

**diameter**respectively . The samples utilized in the testsdiscussed here are . 750 inches in

**diameter**and have grain**diameters**on theorder of .

Page 277

Due to the symmetry of the problem , the shear stresses I . are zero on the

loading

for two cases : ( 1 ) concentrated load , 0 + 0 , and ( 2 ) load distributed over a

finite ...

Due to the symmetry of the problem , the shear stresses I . are zero on the

loading

**diameter**. The distributions of o ando stresses are shown in Figure 2 ( a )for two cases : ( 1 ) concentrated load , 0 + 0 , and ( 2 ) load distributed over a

finite ...

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For a finite size structure , the

denoted by nie = 1 ) are evaluated as follows : 8 EXAMPLE DESIGN PROBLEM

The proposed method has been used to determine a design iceberg collision

event ...

For a finite size structure , the

**diameter**and velocity PDF ' s given a collision (denoted by nie = 1 ) are evaluated as follows : 8 EXAMPLE DESIGN PROBLEM

The proposed method has been used to determine a design iceberg collision

event ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

Uniaxial TensionCompression Tests on Ice Preliminary Results | 37 |

Copyright | |

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