## 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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225 220 | 215 • No waves 61 MWD 120 MWD

cycle center , 6R SVWD

WV 185 180 III 175 C .. 170 165 160 155 II 150 145 140 0.325 0.35 0.375 0.4 ...

225 220 | 215 • No waves 61 MWD 120 MWD

**Limit**cycle ampl . , 6h SWWD**Limit**cycle center , 6R SVWD

**Limit**cycle center , 121 SVWD 210 a 205 200 195 190 t .WV 185 180 III 175 C .. 170 165 160 155 II 150 145 140 0.325 0.35 0.375 0.4 ...

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Varying Wave ( Figure / Design Drift Point ) 1 Stable A Stable A Stable A Figure 5

/ D4 2 Stable A Stable A

Cycle B Figure 7 / D8 4 Stable A

Varying Wave ( Figure / Design Drift Point ) 1 Stable A Stable A Stable A Figure 5

/ D4 2 Stable A Stable A

**Limit**Cycle A Figure 5 [ 3 ] / D4 3 Stable A Stable A**Limit**Cycle B Figure 7 / D8 4 Stable A

**Limit**Cycle A**Limit**Cycle A Figure 6 [ 3 ] / D7 5 ...Page 1145

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of 9 ° is also exceeded for the 1 - year summer storm environment with a value of

10.9 ° observed . This peak occurs when the vessel pitch angle is 3.56o and ...

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**limits**are presented in Table 4 . 1 Year Summer Storm The UFJ angle**limit**of 9 ° is also exceeded for the 1 - year summer storm environment with a value of

10.9 ° observed . This peak occurs when the vessel pitch angle is 3.56o and ...

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