## 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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Five common types of towing arrangements , e . g . , Tow with one tug , tow with

tugs in series , tow with tugs in parallel , double tow , and tandem tow are

in Figure 1 . The simplest arrangement is with one tug towing a barge as

Five common types of towing arrangements , e . g . , Tow with one tug , tow with

tugs in series , tow with tugs in parallel , double tow , and tandem tow are

**shown**in Figure 1 . The simplest arrangement is with one tug towing a barge as

**shown**...Page 753

We can find analytic expressions for these points by setting EI / NM4P = 0 in ( 17 )

to give u = 1 and g / f = 2ny / V1 - 412y2 which with an = 0 in ( 13 ) and ( 14 )

gives DISCUSSION Problems of the type

interest ...

We can find analytic expressions for these points by setting EI / NM4P = 0 in ( 17 )

to give u = 1 and g / f = 2ny / V1 - 412y2 which with an = 0 in ( 13 ) and ( 14 )

gives DISCUSSION Problems of the type

**shown**in figure 5 are of particularinterest ...

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Fatigue damage factors ( i . e . , fatigue damage ratios multiplied by the DnV

safety factor ) are

factor of safety ( FD ) varies from line to line depending on how much damage is ...

Fatigue damage factors ( i . e . , fatigue damage ratios multiplied by the DnV

safety factor ) are

**shown**in Figure 13 . Note that using the DnV formulation , thefactor of safety ( FD ) varies from line to line depending on how much damage is ...

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