## 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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This difference is illustrated in Fig . 3 , which represents realisations of the

surface elevation and the

the Eulerian approaches . The sign of the

20 ) ...

This difference is illustrated in Fig . 3 , which represents realisations of the

surface elevation and the

**mean**curvature fields , from both the Lagrangian andthe Eulerian approaches . The sign of the

**mean**curvature , computed from Egn . (20 ) ...

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Distribution of

horizontal section at depth 13.7m for skirt penetrated to 16m . Before unloading .

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS The installation of suction anchors has been ...

Distribution of

**mean**total stress change , Ao**mean**, outside the skirt wall alonghorizontal section at depth 13.7m for skirt penetrated to 16m . Before unloading .

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS The installation of suction anchors has been ...

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The wind speed is denoted Uw while the wind direction is denoted Cw . The

are all significantly affected by wave spreading . Table 5 shows the

...

The wind speed is denoted Uw while the wind direction is denoted Cw . The

**mean**displacement , the low frequency motions and the wave frequency motionsare all significantly affected by wave spreading . Table 5 shows the

**mean**vessel...

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