## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 9, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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to describe the joint the following two turned out to be most feasible : ( 1 ) equations ( 29 ) - ( 30 ) subject to Dirichlet condition of x and y - coordinates being

to describe the joint the following two turned out to be most feasible : ( 1 ) equations ( 29 ) - ( 30 ) subject to Dirichlet condition of x and y - coordinates being

**described**on the boundaries . Since the governing equation ( 1 ) and ...Page 185

... construction specifications on an engineered basis , it was necessary to find a visco - elastic model for the floating ice platforms . A visco - elastic floating beam model ( pinned both ends ) is

... construction specifications on an engineered basis , it was necessary to find a visco - elastic model for the floating ice platforms . A visco - elastic floating beam model ( pinned both ends ) is

**described**by Xirouchakis , 1983 .Page 309

SUMMARY In this paper , the scientific basis of the EM sounding method and the current state of the art will be

SUMMARY In this paper , the scientific basis of the EM sounding method and the current state of the art will be

**described**. Results from a May , 1987 field evaluation study near Prudhoe Bay , Alaska and from the March , 1989 LIMEX'89 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY PART | 3 |

ARCTIC STRUCTURES AND OPERATIONS II | 31 |

Arctic and Antarctic Development | 39 |

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