## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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To take the difference between these two vectors they must be

To take the difference between these two vectors they must be

**expressed**in a common reference frame . Equation 1 provides the relationship between vectors in the fixed reference frame , and vectors in the local frame .Page 230

Following the crack propagation, the joint event after k successive measurements is described by B = {Dl = D1 = --- = D„ = 0} = {f)D{ = 0} (41) i=i The probability of detecting a series of specific random crack sizes may be

Following the crack propagation, the joint event after k successive measurements is described by B = {Dl = D1 = --- = D„ = 0} = {f)D{ = 0} (41) i=i The probability of detecting a series of specific random crack sizes may be

**expressed**as ...Page 378

Assuming a zero-mean stationary and spatially homogeneous Gaussian process on deep water conditions, the vertical displacements can be formally

Assuming a zero-mean stationary and spatially homogeneous Gaussian process on deep water conditions, the vertical displacements can be formally

**expressed**as a continuous superposition of linear two-dimensional waves with direction 9 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 69 |

WaveCurrent Forces on Slender Circular Cylinder | 117 |

DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES | 127 |

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