## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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Because existing

uniformly distributed , they can be inconvenient for marine applications , where

discrete weights , buoys , and especially fluid drag forces would require multiple

...

Because existing

**cable**elements assume that the forces within an element areuniformly distributed , they can be inconvenient for marine applications , where

discrete weights , buoys , and especially fluid drag forces would require multiple

...

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REFERENCES Ansari , K.A. , 1980 , ' Mooring with Multicomponent

Systems , ' Journal of Energy Resources Technology , ASME , Vol . 102 , pp . 62-

69 . International Mathematical and Statistical Library , 1987 , User's Manual for

Math ...

REFERENCES Ansari , K.A. , 1980 , ' Mooring with Multicomponent

**Cable**Systems , ' Journal of Energy Resources Technology , ASME , Vol . 102 , pp . 62-

69 . International Mathematical and Statistical Library , 1987 , User's Manual for

Math ...

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Pattern of Interwire / interlayer Contact Forces Fairly recently ,

manufacturers have offered high density and supposedly impermeable polythene

sheaths for corrosion protection of large diameter

applications .

Pattern of Interwire / interlayer Contact Forces Fairly recently ,

**cable**manufacturers have offered high density and supposedly impermeable polythene

sheaths for corrosion protection of large diameter

**cables**in very deep waterapplications .

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### Contents

Simulation of Hurricane Seas in a Multidirectional Wave Basin | 17 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 47 |

The Force Coefficients on Inclined Cylinder in Random Wave and Current | 57 |

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acting added mass amplitude analysis applied array assumed body boundary calculated circular coefficient compared comparison component considered constant corresponding crest cylinder damping defined dependent depth determined direction distribution domain drag drift dynamic effect element elevation Engineering equation estimated experimental experiments expressed Figure flow fluid forward speed frequency function given heave horizontal hydrodynamic increase integral irregular length lift force linear load maximum mean measured method mooring motion nonlinear obtained Offshore oscillation parameters period phase pile plate potential predicted present pressure problem radiation range ratio reference regular waves relative respectively response riser second-order ship shown shown in Fig simulation solution spectra spectrum structure surface surge Table theory velocity vertical vessel wave force wave height wind