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

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... B ( z ) Fourier coefficients of the water particle velocity column spacing modal

damping Morison ' s drag coefficient equivalent damping coefficient inertia

coefficient water depth in still water diameter of each leg fe ( x , z , t ) cubic force

per

... B ( z ) Fourier coefficients of the water particle velocity column spacing modal

damping Morison ' s drag coefficient equivalent damping coefficient inertia

coefficient water depth in still water diameter of each leg fe ( x , z , t ) cubic force

per

**unit**...Page 353

are used for the collapse behavior of the local

deflections of all panels are assumed 10 % of the thickness of the plates as

deterministic values . In Fig . 4 , stress - strain curves of the both structural

are given .

are used for the collapse behavior of the local

**unit**structure . 3 ) The initialdeflections of all panels are assumed 10 % of the thickness of the plates as

deterministic values . In Fig . 4 , stress - strain curves of the both structural

**units**are given .

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INTRODUCTION Floating Production , Storage and Offloading

have been employed worldwide as an economic solution for the development of

offshore oil and gas due to the following attractive features : ABSTRACT Design ...

INTRODUCTION Floating Production , Storage and Offloading

**units**( FPSO )have been employed worldwide as an economic solution for the development of

offshore oil and gas due to the following attractive features : ABSTRACT Design ...

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