## 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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However , the

has ridden up on the structure . This force is nearly independent of velocity . For

realistic crushing strengths the

However , the

**maximum**force on the structure usually occurs later after the ridgehas ridden up on the structure . This force is nearly independent of velocity . For

realistic crushing strengths the

**maximum**force is significantly lower than in our ...Page 309

ABSTRACT This paper presents a simple model for the analysis of the

impact loads to be expected during the collision of two floating bodies . The

model is based on the principles of impulse and momentum . The input data

include ...

ABSTRACT This paper presents a simple model for the analysis of the

**maximum**impact loads to be expected during the collision of two floating bodies . The

model is based on the principles of impulse and momentum . The input data

include ...

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Now Equation 14 may be used to determine Si , and using Equations 13 and 15

the

this case are listed below : where we = u - 22 is the relative velocity at the ...

Now Equation 14 may be used to determine Si , and using Equations 13 and 15

the

**maximum**impact load and impact duration may be calculated . The results ofthis case are listed below : where we = u - 22 is the relative velocity at the ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

Uniaxial TensionCompression Tests on Ice Preliminary Results | 37 |

Copyright | |

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