## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1, Parts 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2004 - Arctic regions |

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The results from

model predictions . Table 1 . Physical Model Test Cases Test Wave H ( ft ) or T (

sec ) or Case Type Hs ( ft ) | Tp ( sec ) SB25

The results from

**random**wave case , SB25 , are used to calibrate the accuracy ofmodel predictions . Table 1 . Physical Model Test Cases Test Wave H ( ft ) or T (

sec ) or Case Type Hs ( ft ) | Tp ( sec ) SB25

**Random**4 . 7 8 . 2 SB26 Regular 6 .Page 285

Model Prediction Capability Calibration The Roll - Heave - Sway prediction

capability of barge motions under

investigated in this section . ( A detailed study of the 2DOF model will be

presented ...

Model Prediction Capability Calibration The Roll - Heave - Sway prediction

capability of barge motions under

**random**wave excitations of the 3DOF model isinvestigated in this section . ( A detailed study of the 2DOF model will be

presented ...

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3 Mooring Line Loads with

tensions for all lines from the three

with those for the base case of 350 kips pretension . The base case is identical to

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3 Mooring Line Loads with

**random**pretension In Figure 12 the maximum linetensions for all lines from the three

**random**trials , Case 2 ( a ) , are plotted alongwith those for the base case of 350 kips pretension . The base case is identical to

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