## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2006 - Arctic regions |

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Figure 4 shows the comparison between the present numerical results of the

RMS force coefficients and the experimental data by Maull and Millner ( 1978 )

for B value of 200 . The RMS inline force ( CFrons ) and

Figure 4 shows the comparison between the present numerical results of the

RMS force coefficients and the experimental data by Maull and Millner ( 1978 )

for B value of 200 . The RMS inline force ( CFrons ) and

**lift force**( Cloms ) are ...Page 40

Figure 9 shows the variation of the root mean square ( RMS ) of

of inline force . The RMS of in - line force ( Cp ) and

calculated by CH = ( OŠE ? ) / n ) os and C , = ( OŠE ? ) / nos respectively .

Figure 9 shows the variation of the root mean square ( RMS ) of

**lift force**and thatof inline force . The RMS of in - line force ( Cp ) and

**lift force**( CL ) in Figure 9 arecalculated by CH = ( OŠE ? ) / n ) os and C , = ( OŠE ? ) / nos respectively .

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8 and A = 196 Figure 13 shows the lift and in - line forces on the large cylinder ,

the small cylinder and the single cylinder . From Fig . 13 ( a ) it can be seen that

there is an obvious difference between the

of ...

8 and A = 196 Figure 13 shows the lift and in - line forces on the large cylinder ,

the small cylinder and the single cylinder . From Fig . 13 ( a ) it can be seen that

there is an obvious difference between the

**lift force**of the large cylinder and thatof ...

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