## 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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4.0 LOAD APPORTIONING 1.0 Measured

apportioning ( n ) values given by 0.8 ๆ HB / HT ( 1 ) 0.6 where H , is the total

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4.0 LOAD APPORTIONING 1.0 Measured

**forces**are used to calculate loadapportioning ( n ) values given by 0.8 ๆ HB / HT ( 1 ) 0.6 where H , is the total

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**force**HB ņ = HT Hr - HB + Hs ( 2 ) 0.4 0.2 are no The deformation of a ...Page 345

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30x30x30 mm with a hydraulically operated testing apparatus . The effective

Young's modulus was measured three times during each test day with the sheet ...

HORIZONTAL

**FORCE**15 TEST2_6N Fx ( N ) 12.5 approximate dimensions of30x30x30 mm with a hydraulically operated testing apparatus . The effective

Young's modulus was measured three times during each test day with the sheet ...

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Due to the excessive length of the slab, only about half of the time history of

very long period and thus the average

the ...

Due to the excessive length of the slab, only about half of the time history of

**forces**for the case 1.6 could be measured. In this case the**force**stays high for avery long period and thus the average

**force**is considerably higher compared tothe ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | 24 |

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