## 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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There were two types of basic tests ; a ) tests with pipe fixed at a

penetration , and b ) tests with a

Penetrate by weight Lock and pull Most of the tests were performed with a pipe

segment of 101.6 ...

There were two types of basic tests ; a ) tests with pipe fixed at a

**given**penetration , and b ) tests with a

**given**contact force ( fixed or free tests ) .Penetrate by weight Lock and pull Most of the tests were performed with a pipe

segment of 101.6 ...

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The calculation of the wave load on the sub - structure

be done by reasonable accuracy using existing computer codes . The challenge

is therefore to estimate the 104. probability deck impact load . Consistent ...

The calculation of the wave load on the sub - structure

**given**the wave profile canbe done by reasonable accuracy using existing computer codes . The challenge

is therefore to estimate the 104. probability deck impact load . Consistent ...

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The two types of tests are used to develop two uncoupled models for vertical

suction forces and horizontal resistance including vertical bearing . A detailed

description of the models and model development is

and 4 / .

The two types of tests are used to develop two uncoupled models for vertical

suction forces and horizontal resistance including vertical bearing . A detailed

description of the models and model development is

**given**in References / 2,3and 4 / .

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