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

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Hydrodynamic Coefficients A lower value of

Hydrodynamic Coefficients A lower value of

**drag coefficient**is used for riser below EL ( - ) 40m is used so that the drag damping in the dynamic response ...Page 300

... approach based on expanding the Morison drag force in a Taylor series in ...

... approach based on expanding the Morison drag force in a Taylor series in ...

**drag coefficient**C. equivalent damping coefficient CM inertia coefficient d ...Page 301

... constant parameters a = 0.0081 , Bar = 0.74 ( 3a ) , ( 36 ) where C , is the Morison

... constant parameters a = 0.0081 , Bar = 0.74 ( 3a ) , ( 36 ) where C , is the Morison

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