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

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... Rio de Janeiro , Brazil ADEQUATE UNDERKEEL CLEARANCE ( UKC ) FOR A SHIP

... Rio de Janeiro , Brazil ADEQUATE UNDERKEEL CLEARANCE ( UKC ) FOR A SHIP

**PASSING**A SHALLOW WATERWAY : APPLICATION OF ... encounter this problem when establishing whether the given vessel could safely**pass**a shallow waterway ( such as ...Page 66

The n value in the formula ( 2 ) can be computed as the ratio of the time at required for the ship to

The n value in the formula ( 2 ) can be computed as the ratio of the time at required for the ship to

**pass**the dangerous area of the waterway to the effective period te of the ship's motion . It should be pointed out that ocean - going ...Page 327

The proportion of storms which reached stage 4 ( about 30 % ) is less than the 45 % expected based on the distribution for UMAX derived in the section above based on storms

The proportion of storms which reached stage 4 ( about 30 % ) is less than the 45 % expected based on the distribution for UMAX derived in the section above based on storms

**passing**to the East of 80 ° E . This suggests that the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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