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

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 66

Page 75

relative to their shear strengths are increased , there is greater reduction in the

relative to their shear strengths are increased , there is greater reduction in the

**wave heights**. Fig . 12 summarizes the best estimate expected maximum**wave****heights**for the deformable sea floor conditions in the Bay of Campeche as a ...Page 76

BAY OF CAMPECHE HURRICANE ROXANNE

maximum

a

BAY OF CAMPECHE HURRICANE ROXANNE

**WAVE HEIGHTS**or limit themaximum

**wave heights**that can be developed in ... The guidelines are shown asa

**wave height**modification factor , Rm , that is the ratio of the 100 - year**wave****height**...Page 536

0 as attention is shifted from

High waves exceeding the 160 % level are therefore free of the Markov

correlation ...

0 as attention is shifted from

**wave heights**greater than 60 % of the significant**wave height**to**wave heights**greater than 160 % of the significant**wave height**.High waves exceeding the 160 % level are therefore free of the Markov

correlation ...

### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### 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 | |

86 other sections not shown

### Other editions - View all

### Common terms and phrases

amplitude analysis applied approach ASME assessment assumed bending calculated coefficient compared comparison components computed considered Copyright corresponding cylinder damage damping defined dependent depth determined developed direction displacement distribution dynamic effects element energy Engineering equation estimated example extreme factor failure fatigue Figure floating fluid forces frequency function given heave horizontal important included increase initial International joint length limit linear load mass maximum mean measured method mode mooring motion nonlinear observed obtained Offshore operations parameters peak performed period pipeline plates platform position predicted present pressure probability problem procedure range ratio reference relative reliability represent respectively response riser risk safety ship shown shows significant simulation soil spectrum standard stiffness strength stress structure surface Table tension tests values variables vertical vessel wave height wind