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

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5 and 6 we have the forces for an inclination of 5°& 10° respectively. The time

step variation of the Froude Krylov force is shown in Fig. 7. Here we have worked

out the

the ...

5 and 6 we have the forces for an inclination of 5°& 10° respectively. The time

step variation of the Froude Krylov force is shown in Fig. 7. Here we have worked

out the

**forces acting**on the left structure only. In a similar way we can calculatethe ...

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Koterayama and Tashiro [2] measured the wave

circular cylinder in regular waves at large Kc number range, and pointed that the

hydrodynamic coefficients in this cases are different from those in plane

oscillatory ...

Koterayama and Tashiro [2] measured the wave

**forces acting**on a horizontalcircular cylinder in regular waves at large Kc number range, and pointed that the

hydrodynamic coefficients in this cases are different from those in plane

oscillatory ...

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CONCLUSIONS Wave

and irregular waves were investigated experimentally and theoretically, and the

following conclusions have been obtained. 1) The inertia coefficients in regular ...

CONCLUSIONS Wave

**forces acting**on a horizontal circular cylinder in regularand irregular waves were investigated experimentally and theoretically, and the

following conclusions have been obtained. 1) The inertia coefficients in regular ...

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