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

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Page 104

It has been shown ( Karadeniz , 1994 ) that stiffness

consistent load vector of a flexibly connected member can be expressed in

decremental forms as , [ k ] = [ k ' ] - [ Ak ] [ m ] = [ m ' ] - [ Am ] ( 2 ) { p } = { p } - { { p

} ...

It has been shown ( Karadeniz , 1994 ) that stiffness

**matrix**, mass**matrix**andconsistent load vector of a flexibly connected member can be expressed in

decremental forms as , [ k ] = [ k ' ] - [ Ak ] [ m ] = [ m ' ] - [ Am ] ( 2 ) { p } = { p } - { { p

} ...

Page 105

The

values of the system stiffness

and ovalization , joint flexibility and foundation . In this modelling , the mean

values of ...

The

**matrices**, [ MK ] , [ u ki ) , [ H Kr ] and [ H Kg ) , are respectively the meanvalues of the system stiffness

**matrix**and those related to member thicknessesand ovalization , joint flexibility and foundation . In this modelling , the mean

values of ...

Page 385

The skew - symmetric Coriolis

modelled as : Feher - Kp0-4p8 - " x ; feesde Here , the following quantities are

employed : 0 0 Y ; v , + Y ; r CA ( Vr ) = 0 0 - Xur ( 4 ) T d Y ; v , - Y ; r Xůur 0 ( 7 - مر

= د v ) ...

The skew - symmetric Coriolis

**matrix**due to the potential part of the current ismodelled as : Feher - Kp0-4p8 - " x ; feesde Here , the following quantities are

employed : 0 0 Y ; v , + Y ; r CA ( Vr ) = 0 0 - Xur ( 4 ) T d Y ; v , - Y ; r Xůur 0 ( 7 - مر

= د v ) ...

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