## 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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Strength probability density functions Inspection of the shape of the relative

frequency distributions suggested a log -

the true PDF for qc , Sv . Distributions of this form were fitted to the computed

relative ...

Strength probability density functions Inspection of the shape of the relative

frequency distributions suggested a log -

**normal**distribution might well representthe true PDF for qc , Sv . Distributions of this form were fitted to the computed

relative ...

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A log -

defining the probability density function for the undrained strength of clay has

been discussed , and the distribution observed in two Beaufort Sea clays

presented .

A log -

**normal**PDF was then fitted to the computed distribution . A method ofdefining the probability density function for the undrained strength of clay has

been discussed , and the distribution observed in two Beaufort Sea clays

presented .

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18 F ( N ) The

computed based on the measured horizontal ( Fr ) and vertical ( Fy ) forces as

follows 16 2.1-2.15 3.1-3.12 05.1-5.12 6.1-6.10 14 + O F. - F , sin ( a ) + F , cos ( a

) ...

18 F ( N ) The

**normal**( FW ) and tangential ( F ) components of the forces werecomputed based on the measured horizontal ( Fr ) and vertical ( Fy ) forces as

follows 16 2.1-2.15 3.1-3.12 05.1-5.12 6.1-6.10 14 + O F. - F , sin ( a ) + F , cos ( a

) ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | 24 |

Copyright | |

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