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

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calculation of responses of dynamic sensitive structures ,

considered to be uncertain . For offshore structures , the camping ratios consist of

two parts ...

**Damping**ratios ; Since the modal analysis technique is used in the spectralcalculation of responses of dynamic sensitive structures ,

**damping**tios areconsidered to be uncertain . For offshore structures , the camping ratios consist of

two parts ...

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To account for the nonlinear increase in

slightly higher

wave part . While retaining a realistic overall response level in the global sense ,

this ...

To account for the nonlinear increase in

**damping**at high response levels aslightly higher

**damping**coefficient was assumed for the wind part than for thewave part . While retaining a realistic overall response level in the global sense ,

this ...

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It should be noted that for small velocities CRB ( V ) and C ( V. ) are very small

and can be neglected . cos y sin y 0 J ( y ) = sin y cosy 0 0 0 1 Linear

Matrix : The

laminar ...

It should be noted that for small velocities CRB ( V ) and C ( V. ) are very small

and can be neglected . cos y sin y 0 J ( y ) = sin y cosy 0 0 0 1 Linear

**Damping**Matrix : The

**damping**matrix D , is caused by linear wave drift**damping**andlaminar ...

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