## 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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and has shown that the speed and size probability distributions for colliding

icebergs can be obtained as modifications of the LOAD COMBINATION

FACTORS

application of Bayes ...

and has shown that the speed and size probability distributions for colliding

icebergs can be obtained as modifications of the LOAD COMBINATION

FACTORS

**corresponding**distributions of all icebergs in open water . Anapplication of Bayes ...

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Response

model ( a ) No control Figure 5 . Response

strategies ( extreme sea , nonlinear model ) ( a ) Closed loop control ( b ) Open ...

Response

**corresponding**for different control strategies ( moderate sea ) – linearmodel ( a ) No control Figure 5 . Response

**corresponding**for different controlstrategies ( extreme sea , nonlinear model ) ( a ) Closed loop control ( b ) Open ...

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For the mooring line

m , while the distance A = 4 . 93 m for the mooring line

leg mooring . The submerged weight of the chain used between the turret and ...

For the mooring line

**corresponding**to a four - leg mooring the distance A = 4 . 83m , while the distance A = 4 . 93 m for the mooring line

**corresponding**to a three -leg mooring . The submerged weight of the chain used between the turret and ...

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### Contents

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 608 |

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