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

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( 47 ) for ú " ( z , t ) , exact solutions can be developed for computing the time -

coefficients { A " - Y ( z ) 0 , V . " } and { B . + y ( 260 , U1 " } . Similar concepts can

be also ...

( 47 ) for ú " ( z , t ) , exact solutions can be developed for computing the time -

**domain**integrals in equations ( 48 ) and ( 49 ) , as functions of the Fouriercoefficients { A " - Y ( z ) 0 , V . " } and { B . + y ( 260 , U1 " } . Similar concepts can

be also ...

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ABSTRACT Time

for the mooring systems of floating structures in deep waters , and a detailed

methodology has been developed , that has proved to be very practical , both for

...

ABSTRACT Time

**domain**simulation is nowadays a common method of analysisfor the mooring systems of floating structures in deep waters , and a detailed

methodology has been developed , that has proved to be very practical , both for

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procedure to arrive at design loads , distribution of load ranges , for fatigue

analysis lines , is made , and the dynamic response of the whole system is

evaluated by time

. However ...

procedure to arrive at design loads , distribution of load ranges , for fatigue

analysis lines , is made , and the dynamic response of the whole system is

evaluated by time

**domain**simulation . thus resolving the above mentioned issues. However ...

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