## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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We will now endeavour to show that it is possible to characterize the accretion

shape in terms of the runback

predicting ...

We will now endeavour to show that it is possible to characterize the accretion

shape in terms of the runback

**factor**. Since the accretion shape is a significant**factor**in determining the ice load on cables , finding a simple method forpredicting ...

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More design parameters and material properties are given in Table 4 below . ( P .

- pinsap Pc ( t , ) Quy is a titanium correction

bending capacity versus D / t : ID ( 10 ) 150 . t2 O4 = 1 . 15 is a

More design parameters and material properties are given in Table 4 below . ( P .

- pinsap Pc ( t , ) Quy is a titanium correction

**factor**accounting for the change inbending capacity versus D / t : ID ( 10 ) 150 . t2 O4 = 1 . 15 is a

**factor**accounting ...Page 270

Uplift

FE analysis ) Figure 9 . ... This corresponds to a peak uplift

initial movement which then reduces to values similar to the loose sample after a

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Uplift

**factors**for loose sand samples ( laboratory and centrifuge model tests andFE analysis ) Figure 9 . ... This corresponds to a peak uplift

**factor**( fd 2 1 ) oninitial movement which then reduces to values similar to the loose sample after a

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