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

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An adaptation and proactive process is therefore necessary to build a

An adaptation and proactive process is therefore necessary to build a

**reference**applicable to the new system . One of the purposes of the Project was therefore the revision of the current rules , standards and codes applicable to ...Page 178

... total response Zrot ( t ) is then obtained from where Zref denotes some suitable

... total response Zrot ( t ) is then obtained from where Zref denotes some suitable

**reference**level , typically the mean response level or similar . fz ( z ) can be calculated with high accuracy ( Naess & Johnsen , 1992 ) , and in this ...Page 386

The optimal increment of vessel position is found to be : Optimal Position Accounting for Riser Angle Criteria For optimal setpoint chasing , where the vessel moves from one position and heading to another , a

The optimal increment of vessel position is found to be : Optimal Position Accounting for Riser Angle Criteria For optimal setpoint chasing , where the vessel moves from one position and heading to another , a

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