## 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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Page 191

There is no correlation between the higher variation in fatigue damage and the

higher

conclusive as critical joints changed . In Figure 7 the low frequency motions in

vessel ...

There is no correlation between the higher variation in fatigue damage and the

higher

**values**of second peak heave motion , although the comparison is notconclusive as critical joints changed . In Figure 7 the low frequency motions in

vessel ...

Page 376

The maximum differences found between the measured

calculated by the software are in the order of 7dB . Trying to understand the

analysis limitations is of fundamental importance for the best use of the acoustic

prediction ...

The maximum differences found between the measured

**values**and thosecalculated by the software are in the order of 7dB . Trying to understand the

analysis limitations is of fundamental importance for the best use of the acoustic

prediction ...

Page 567

Calibration of Current The current speed was steady with a small temporal

variation with time about the mean

example is ... The table shows the mean and maximum

runs .

Calibration of Current The current speed was steady with a small temporal

variation with time about the mean

**value**, which is typical of such tests . Anexample is ... The table shows the mean and maximum

**values**over the length ofruns .

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