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

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Stochastic values of

minimum value of R ; was taken to find the point Ri on the graph of Fig . 9 . The

length of plastic branch of the curve on Fig . 9 for each

...

Stochastic values of

**layers**limit strength R ; were modeled and for each**layer**theminimum value of R ; was taken to find the point Ri on the graph of Fig . 9 . The

length of plastic branch of the curve on Fig . 9 for each

**layer**was controlled by the...

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In the present computation , the ocean is divided into horizontal

as shown in Figure 3 . The momentum conservation equations ( the Navier -

Stokes equations integrated with respect to the

In the present computation , the ocean is divided into horizontal

**layers**in depthas shown in Figure 3 . The momentum conservation equations ( the Navier -

Stokes equations integrated with respect to the

**layer**height ) for current of each**layers**...Page 221

( 3 ) , the enacteristics ted in T Tensile armors Tensile armor

using threedimensional beam ...

MPa ) inner 4 , 24 1 87 , 6 | 33 , 4 66 , 3 2x10 % carcass internal 5 , 41 .

( 3 ) , the enacteristics ted in T Tensile armors Tensile armor

**layers**were modeledusing threedimensional beam ...

**Layer**I nw a A | Ix E ( mm ) ( deg ) ( mm ) ( mm ) (MPa ) inner 4 , 24 1 87 , 6 | 33 , 4 66 , 3 2x10 % carcass internal 5 , 41 .

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