d. Ice entry pressure, φb.
f. β in Brooks and Corey equation.
e. α in Brooks and Corey equations.
g. Penetration rate, vb.
Figure 4 (cont'd). Changes in heave pressure vs. heave rate for changes in chosen input parameters.
The strategy is to examine the influence that
dicted heaving pressures are then computed and
changes in the 12 chosen input parameters have on
displayed in Table 1 for direct comparison along with
the magnitude of the predicted heaving pressure.
a series of graphs that show the overall effect on the
This is accomplished by running simulations that
heave pressure as a function of heave rate.
vary the value of these parameters by 10% from the
This approach is important in designing experi-
initial reference values in Table 1. The resulting pre-
mental tests to aid in the development of engi-