## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2, Parts 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2000 - Arctic regions |

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DAMAGE ASSESSMENT The maximum impact load ( or

assessment of possible collision damage . For the steel pipe , the damage

normally is a dent . There are a number of empirical equations describing the

dent from a ...

DAMAGE ASSESSMENT The maximum impact load ( or

**energy**) leads to anassessment of possible collision damage . For the steel pipe , the damage

normally is a dent . There are a number of empirical equations describing the

dent from a ...

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where t , is the wall thickness of the beam , and G the strain

For the vertical vibration of the beam , the crack is mainly subjected to an axial

normal load and the shear stress can be neglected ; therefore , only the first crack

...

where t , is the wall thickness of the beam , and G the strain

**energy**release rate .For the vertical vibration of the beam , the crack is mainly subjected to an axial

normal load and the shear stress can be neglected ; therefore , only the first crack

...

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reduction of wave

would eventually affect the wave breaking through a reduction in the breaking

intensity ( case no . 6 ] and also the reduction of wave steepness downstream .

reduction of wave

**energy**downstream . Further tail end curtailment , however ,would eventually affect the wave breaking through a reduction in the breaking

intensity ( case no . 6 ] and also the reduction of wave steepness downstream .

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### Contents

OCEAN SPACE UTILIZATION AND OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 1 |

Evaluation of Low Frequency Motions of a Turret Moored FPSO System and Their Influence | 9 |

OMAE2000OSU OFT3005 | 17 |

Copyright | |

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