## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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The spread of the data points

The spread of the data points

**reduced**using different nitrogen state equations is therefore not identical in the three figures . The coefficients in the discharge coefficient correlation , equation ( 13 ) , based on the data points ...Page 141

In order to put these changes in perspective , a brief discussion of existing design standards and present practice is presented below as well as in Figure 5 . fatigue risks if the actual

In order to put these changes in perspective , a brief discussion of existing design standards and present practice is presented below as well as in Figure 5 . fatigue risks if the actual

**reduced**velocity exceeds the threshold**reduced**...Page 569

A shorter construction schedule

A shorter construction schedule

**reduced**environmental impacts .**Reduced**dewatering significantly**reduced**impacts since it either eliminated the need for numerous and extensive floodplain settlement ponds , or decreased the flows ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

MEASUREMENT AND METERING | 1 |

OFFSHORE PIPELINE TECHNOLOGY | 53 |

CODESSTANDARDS AND REGULATIONS | 75 |

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