## 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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Dual Crane Lift

difficulties of estimating the share of each ... Sstat = Vpe + Weing ) / ( sin B ) For

non - symmetrical and statically indeterminate arrangement of lifting , a

take into ...

Dual Crane Lift

**Factors**( DCL ) is applied to compensate for the practicaldifficulties of estimating the share of each ... Sstat = Vpe + Weing ) / ( sin B ) For

non - symmetrical and statically indeterminate arrangement of lifting , a

**factor**totake into ...

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30 W . Then using a

example did not take the

operation offshore , they should be designed for a minimum load

30 W . Then using a

**factor**of safety of 2 . ... Readers should note that the aboveexample did not take the

**factors**of SBE , STE , SKL , DCL , and TPS . ... For liftingoperation offshore , they should be designed for a minimum load

**factor**of 2 .Page 1043

Tapering the skirt tip is thus giving potential for some small increase in the set -

up

effect for a roughness

thixotropy .

Tapering the skirt tip is thus giving potential for some small increase in the set -

up

**factor**for a roughness**factor**of 0 . 25 , but tapering is not likely to have aneffect for a roughness

**factor**of 0 . 5 , since the set - up is then governed bythixotropy .

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 608 |

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