## 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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tan ( 1 44 ) = 0 ; / a 27 / T , and a and b . the Fourier coefficient's to be de' i termined . ? of force ... 1 2 D 9 The extreme force coefficients give accurate estimates of the maximum in - line and

tan ( 1 44 ) = 0 ; / a 27 / T , and a and b . the Fourier coefficient's to be de' i termined . ? of force ... 1 2 D 9 The extreme force coefficients give accurate estimates of the maximum in - line and

**lift force**in each half wave ...Page 20

This is because the maximum velocity of each half wave is used for the normalization of the measured force , and large

This is because the maximum velocity of each half wave is used for the normalization of the measured force , and large

**lift forces**may occur in half periods with small velocities when the preceding half periods are associated with large ...Page 23

PREDICTION OF IRREGULAR WAVE FORCES ON SUBMARINE PIPELINES V. Jacobsen and M. B. Bryndum Danish Hydraulic ... type of force formulation for the horizontal force and a velocity squared expression for the vertical

PREDICTION OF IRREGULAR WAVE FORCES ON SUBMARINE PIPELINES V. Jacobsen and M. B. Bryndum Danish Hydraulic ... type of force formulation for the horizontal force and a velocity squared expression for the vertical

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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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