## 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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Test Protocol Typically , the

sequences : a fast rate monotonic

vertical displacement ; a fast rate cyclic

hurricane ...

Test Protocol Typically , the

**loading**protocol consisted of the followingsequences : a fast rate monotonic

**loading**to a prescribed pile top horizontal orvertical displacement ; a fast rate cyclic

**load**to model mooring**loads**during ahurricane ...

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[ x , lop lop The pendulum length 1pend is taken as the length between the crane

top and the center of mass of the

, some typical eigenperiods yield : top z ] . Also a slew angle B , is given ...

[ x , lop lop The pendulum length 1pend is taken as the length between the crane

top and the center of mass of the

**load**. For the crane vessel studied is this project, some typical eigenperiods yield : top z ] . Also a slew angle B , is given ...

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( 1 ) Viss requirements in principle refer to the total

state or wave crest height event . With total

the ...

( 1 ) Viss requirements in principle refer to the total

**load**event and not the seastate or wave crest height event . With total

**load**we mean the wave deck impact**load**plus the simultaneous wave**load**on the sub - structure . The calculation ofthe ...

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