## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 9, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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Haver and winterskis It is seen that the integration is carried out to the exact

Haver and winterskis It is seen that the integration is carried out to the exact

**surface**, 3 ( s ) . This is important in the case of drag dominated structures . seen The maximum of the resulting shear force , , is now estimated by ...Page 136

ΣΣ Η [ ij ] H н " Vy ( t ) IV ' ( t ) ) water

ΣΣ Η [ ij ] H н " Vy ( t ) IV ' ( t ) ) water

**surface**is referred to as the splash zone here . The drag force on the splash zone of a column can be written as i = 0 j = 0 Dl !!! [ vy ( t ) vy ( t ) - Cxy ] + D120 ) ( vy ( t ) 2 - 03 ) ...Page 227

Smin = -180.0 MPa 100.0 Plastic zone size = 2mm • Experimental curve • Idealization 0.0 - - Crack opening stress Sop ( MPa ) - Crack coalescence is thus important for predicting

Smin = -180.0 MPa 100.0 Plastic zone size = 2mm • Experimental curve • Idealization 0.0 - - Crack opening stress Sop ( MPa ) - Crack coalescence is thus important for predicting

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### Contents

Investigation of the Ergodicity Assumption for Sea States in the Reliability Assessment of Offshore | 1 |

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY PART | 33 |

Extreme Forces on Large AxiSymmetric Offshore Structures in Directional Seas | 49 |

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