## 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 911

Even under this updated

Accidental Load Case with an annual probability of exceedance of 10 - 4 will hit

the deck of the platform with an initially

Even under this updated

**estimate**of the subsidence level , the waves in theAccidental Load Case with an annual probability of exceedance of 10 - 4 will hit

the deck of the platform with an initially

**estimated**relatively high load level .Page 1007

However , current directions and velocities were

windows shown in Figure 5 . ... program that simulates VIM by imposing self -

tuned time varying lift and drag forces was used to

However , current directions and velocities were

**estimated**for the seven 3 - hourwindows shown in Figure 5 . ... program that simulates VIM by imposing self -

tuned time varying lift and drag forces was used to

**estimate**the current velocity .Page 1064

Surge , Heading 30° , Coherence Function

full scale , and it starts 10s before waves and ... All spectra , S , were

using Welch ' s method with 15 Hanning ( raised cosine form in the time domain )

...

Surge , Heading 30° , Coherence Function

**Estimate**model scale , around 2Hzfull scale , and it starts 10s before waves and ... All spectra , S , were

**estimated**using Welch ' s method with 15 Hanning ( raised cosine form in the time domain )

...

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### Contents

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 608 |

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