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

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cos " distribution 0.8 64 distribution ( cos ( theta ) ) ' s ) 0.6 0.4 The mean

evaluation , is less robust and , in the quite important period range from 9 to 13 ...

cos " distribution 0.8 64 distribution ( cos ( theta ) ) ' s ) 0.6 0.4 The mean

**drift****forced**on the other hand , which also requires only the first order potential for itsevaluation , is less robust and , in the quite important period range from 9 to 13 ...

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[ 13 ] Morison , J. R. , O'Brien , M. P. , Johnson , J. W. and Schaaf , S. A. 1950 , "

The Force Exerted by Surface Waves on ... of a Tension Leg Platform to Viscous

[ 13 ] Morison , J. R. , O'Brien , M. P. , Johnson , J. W. and Schaaf , S. A. 1950 , "

The Force Exerted by Surface Waves on ... of a Tension Leg Platform to Viscous

**Drift Forces**, " ASME Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering , Vol .Page 395

... as cross wave conditions could become governing due to vessel roll motion .

vessel response - second order The wave

difference frequency - forces , and the spectrum of low frequency loads can be

written as ...

... as cross wave conditions could become governing due to vessel roll motion .

vessel response - second order The wave

**drift forces**are second order ·difference frequency - forces , and the spectrum of low frequency loads can be

written as ...

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