## 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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geotechnical testing by a scaling factor to give the average shear

pipe sample inside a trench . The basis for the motion paths to be applied in the

tests was results from time domain simulation of realistic metallic catenary riser ...

geotechnical testing by a scaling factor to give the average shear

**strength**, Su .pipe sample inside a trench . The basis for the motion paths to be applied in the

tests was results from time domain simulation of realistic metallic catenary riser ...

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The transverse buckling

theory for orthotropic plates . The critical buckling stress can be written as : A . E -

80 - 60 - 40 - 20 20 40 60 80 0 z * ( mm ) Oy = k . Oy = k : 12 . 01 - 12 ) | T with k =

2 .

The transverse buckling

**strength**is determined according to elastic bucklingtheory for orthotropic plates . The critical buckling stress can be written as : A . E -

80 - 60 - 40 - 20 20 40 60 80 0 z * ( mm ) Oy = k . Oy = k : 12 . 01 - 12 ) | T with k =

2 .

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Andersen and Jostad ( 2002 ) suggested from their analyses that for typical

anchors in normally consolidated plastic clay , the

the skirt wall after full set - up would be in the order of the initial shear

the ...

Andersen and Jostad ( 2002 ) suggested from their analyses that for typical

anchors in normally consolidated plastic clay , the

**strength**along the outside ofthe skirt wall after full set - up would be in the order of the initial shear

**strength**inthe ...

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### Contents

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 608 |

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