## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1; Volume 7, Part 1American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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Figure 4 shows the effect of varying the tooth fillet radius on the relationship between SCF and the

Figure 4 shows the effect of varying the tooth fillet radius on the relationship between SCF and the

**ratio**of axial to tooth load . It will be noted that as tooth fillet radius increases , the SCF decreases for a given**ratio**of axial ...Page 212

or Summary of Relative Energy Concept In steady state problems , a ground is assumed to be in thermodynamical equilibrium . when the profile is described in terms of the void

or Summary of Relative Energy Concept In steady state problems , a ground is assumed to be in thermodynamical equilibrium . when the profile is described in terms of the void

**ratio**- effective pressure relationship .Page 213

could be It is noted that the relation modified if a more data is collected for it Basic Equations Der ived from An Energy Concept In average void

could be It is noted that the relation modified if a more data is collected for it Basic Equations Der ived from An Energy Concept In average void

**ratio**systems ( 2.3 ) , the following simple equation describes the basic relationship ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

FLOATING PRODUCTION SYSTEMS | 1 |

Early Production Systems in the North | 31 |

Dynamic Motions and Mooring Line Dynamics of the Veslefrikk Floating Production System | 49 |

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analysis angle applied assumed axial bending cable calculated coefficient components Conference connection considered cost curve depth determined developed diameter direction displacement distribution drag dynamic effect element energy Engineering equation equipment estimated extreme factor fatigue field Figure flow force frequency function given important included increase installation International length limit linear load lower marine mass material matrix maximum mean measured Mechanics method mode mooring motion natural normal obtained Offshore operation parameters performed period pile pipe platform position predicted presented pressure problem production range ratio response riser rope shear shown shows significant soil solution static stiffness strength stress structure surface Table Technology tension tower vane vertical vessel wave weight wire