## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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**Horizontal**volocity ( m / s ) 3a Depth = 42 m Stream IV Stokes V Taylor 2nd NewWave 2 6 8 10 12 14**Horizontal**velocity ( m / s ) 3b Depth = 70 m Stream IN Stokes V Taylor 2nd NewWave 2 14 6 8 10 12**Horizontal**velocity ( m ...Page 273

The uncertainty associated to local geology and soil conditions were taken to be 0.5 , this one corresponds to seismic environment ( standard deviation of the logarithm of G , peak

The uncertainty associated to local geology and soil conditions were taken to be 0.5 , this one corresponds to seismic environment ( standard deviation of the logarithm of G , peak

**horizontal**acceleration ground motion ) was evaluated ...Page 364

That is , when the element ends up to some specified number pq , e.g. , element ends si , 12 , spa have failed and the total structure stiffness matrix K satisfies the following condition , structureal failure results :

That is , when the element ends up to some specified number pq , e.g. , element ends si , 12 , spa have failed and the total structure stiffness matrix K satisfies the following condition , structureal failure results :

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