## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 14, Part 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1995 - Arctic regions |

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In the following , the statistical analysis is described . The analysis is based on

local 3 days maxima of the total current ( i.e. the highest maximum in each three

day period ) . For each set of local maxima , a 3 - parameter Weibull

...

In the following , the statistical analysis is described . The analysis is based on

local 3 days maxima of the total current ( i.e. the highest maximum in each three

day period ) . For each set of local maxima , a 3 - parameter Weibull

**distribution**F...

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3.3 Wave Climate As stated in a previous section , the upper tail of the

of the significant wave height can be represented by a Weibull

2 gives the values of the

3.3 Wave Climate As stated in a previous section , the upper tail of the

**distribution**of the significant wave height can be represented by a Weibull

**distribution**. Table2 gives the values of the

**distribution**parameters ho and ß for the various ...Page 479

Table 8 summarises the effects of p on the top six ranking input parameters

corresponding with the governing criterion for pipeline A. For the three triangular

the ...

Table 8 summarises the effects of p on the top six ranking input parameters

corresponding with the governing criterion for pipeline A. For the three triangular

**distributions**it is seen that the effect of reducing the mode value was to increasethe ...

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### Contents

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS | 1 |

GEOTECHNICS | 65 |

VOLUME IA OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY VOLUME III MATERIALS ENGINEERING | 125 |

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