## 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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... Gravity acceleration h Water depth l , Total

cable where an abrupt change in its submerged weight takes place M Bending

Moment Curvilinear coordinate TDP coordinate for the cable with bending

stiffness ...

... Gravity acceleration h Water depth l , Total

**length**of the cable ī Position at thecable where an abrupt change in its submerged weight takes place M Bending

Moment Curvilinear coordinate TDP coordinate for the cable with bending

stiffness ...

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S7 Evolution 100 m TDZ

Max Effective Tension ( kN ) 1970 685 Min Effective Tension ( kN ) -439 -160 1

Max regular TDZ BM ( kN.m ) 580 775 Tie - in Max random TDZ BM ( kN.m ) 807

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S7 Evolution 100 m TDZ

**length**( m ) 450 200 Vessel Keel Region Water SurfaceMax Effective Tension ( kN ) 1970 685 Min Effective Tension ( kN ) -439 -160 1

Max regular TDZ BM ( kN.m ) 580 775 Tie - in Max random TDZ BM ( kN.m ) 807

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The curve is modified in order to take account of the fact that the out of

straightness requirements for columns in Eurocode 3 is 0.001 times the

while in the RP 0.0015 times the

buckling

The curve is modified in order to take account of the fact that the out of

straightness requirements for columns in Eurocode 3 is 0.001 times the

**length**while in the RP 0.0015 times the

**length**is assumed . Buckling**length**Thebuckling

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