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

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Because of structure - water interactions , they are dependable on the response itself and the linearization constant of the drag -

Because of structure - water interactions , they are dependable on the response itself and the linearization constant of the drag -

**force**term of the Morison's equation , in general . For simplicity , uncertainties introduced by the ...Page 149

Program L3FORCE produces a time series of hydrodynamic drag and lift

Program L3FORCE produces a time series of hydrodynamic drag and lift

**forces**at each pipe node , for a stationary , unburied pipe ... The inertial**force**as defined in Equation 2 is added to give the total in - line**force**.Page 300

For both quadratization and cubicization methods , Kareem and coworkers [ 2,3 ] developed an alternative approach based on expanding the Morison drag

For both quadratization and cubicization methods , Kareem and coworkers [ 2,3 ] developed an alternative approach based on expanding the Morison drag

**force**in a Taylor series in terms of the first - order response , whose Gaussianity is ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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