## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 11, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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del AB ( 1 ) The dynamic

moored structure model tests may be determined from the data presented in

Table 1 . At 0° heading , d is equal to two times the column diameter , and at 90°

heading ...

del AB ( 1 ) The dynamic

**response**coefficient 1 and ice _ index for the Themoored structure model tests may be determined from the data presented in

Table 1 . At 0° heading , d is equal to two times the column diameter , and at 90°

heading ...

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For harmonic

trend displayed by the moored structure holds over a wide range of conditions .

Jeffries , M . G . and Wright , W . H . , 1988 , “ Dynamic

ice ...

For harmonic

**response**, with the exception of two points , 12 > 3 . 0 . Thus thetrend displayed by the moored structure holds over a wide range of conditions .

Jeffries , M . G . and Wright , W . H . , 1988 , “ Dynamic

**response**of “ Molipaq " toice ...

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This sensitivity of the

well understood. For given system parameters, the initial conditions, u(0) , y(0)

and y(0) determine to which of several periodic solutions the system will settle.

This sensitivity of the

**response**to changes in system parameters is not presentlywell understood. For given system parameters, the initial conditions, u(0) , y(0)

and y(0) determine to which of several periodic solutions the system will settle.

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### Contents

ICEENVIRONMENT STATISTICS | 1 |

Probabilistic Modeling of Material Strength CodesStandards and Regulations | 21 |

ARCTIC OPERATIONS AND STRUCTURES | 27 |

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