## 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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Comparing

nonzero terms n a k , ( 14 ) are Using

Comparing

**Equations**( 18 ) , and ( 18 ) , the notation ( double - dot product2 . in**Equation**( 18 ) , is obvious . The compliance tensor s ^ is very sparse : thenonzero terms n a k , ( 14 ) are Using

**Equations**( 13 ) and ( 14 ) the single - dot ...Page 231

Introducing

scale of turbulence , we obtain ... Adopting r = 1.33 and C = 0.015 cm 2 / 3 / sec ,

becomes ...

Introducing

**Equation**( 13 ) into**Equation**( 12 ) , and averaging over the time -scale of turbulence , we obtain ... Adopting r = 1.33 and C = 0.015 cm 2 / 3 / sec ,

**Equation**( 17 ) becomes : K = 0.0151 " / cm2 / sec ( 18 ) The problem thenbecomes ...

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full - scale data ( labelled Fs ) in shown fitted to his

FSR ) and model - scale regression to his

agreement is found between the model and full - scale results . He also claimed

that ...

full - scale data ( labelled Fs ) in shown fitted to his

**equation**above ( labelledFSR ) and model - scale regression to his

**equation**( MSR ) is also shown . Goodagreement is found between the model and full - scale results . He also claimed

that ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | 24 |

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