## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 7, Parts 4-6American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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In the coordinate system of tangential force normal force , a linear relationship between the tangential and normal forces was

In the coordinate system of tangential force normal force , a linear relationship between the tangential and normal forces was

**assumed**and regression lines of the form Ft Fto + kin were calculated where The model - scale tests were ...Page 82

When the number of storms is large and the number of pipe movements is large , we may be inclined to

When the number of storms is large and the number of pipe movements is large , we may be inclined to

**assume**that the ... Because of the many simplifications made in the process , the**assumption**of a normal function may be useful for ...Page 135

The stiffness of the concrete coating is ignored in the analysis The pipe is

The stiffness of the concrete coating is ignored in the analysis The pipe is

**assumed**to be full with oil whose mass density is taken as 0.1 t Seca / m . The structural damping is taken as 5 % of the critical damping .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

ICE PROPERTIES1 | 1 |

Effects of Temperature and Strain Rate on Uniaxial Compressive Strength of Naturally Formed Fresh | 19 |

ICE PROPERTIES | 31 |

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