## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 1American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2006 - Arctic regions |

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4 Са beta 5407 beta 8110 beta 10814 beta 5407 beta 8110 . beta 10814 beta

8110 1 10 12 16 18 KC Figure 8 Drag and added mass

4 6 8 10 КС 12 14 16 18 Figure 7 Drag and added mass

4 Са beta 5407 beta 8110 beta 10814 beta 5407 beta 8110 . beta 10814 beta

8110 1 10 12 16 18 KC Figure 8 Drag and added mass

**coefficients**( P / D = 4 ) .4 6 8 10 КС 12 14 16 18 Figure 7 Drag and added mass

**coefficients**( P / D = 8 ) .Page 75

DAMPING

- in - pipe riser tested for compression , tension and no pre - loads . 19 Modal –

Damping

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DAMPING

**COEFFICIENT**( 3 ) - 0 . ... 84 % Table 3 - Damping**coefficients**for pipe- in - pipe riser tested for compression , tension and no pre - loads . 19 Modal –

Damping

**Coefficients**( % ) Stages Pipe - in - pipe 50KN 50kN Tension 0 . 17 + 0...

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The mth order weighting

the nodes are symmetric with respect to the middle point and let p = N – a + 1 and

s = N – B + 1 . Then DEB = D . if m is even , while DER = - Demo if m is odd .

The mth order weighting

**coefficients**D can be similarly calculated . Assume thatthe nodes are symmetric with respect to the middle point and let p = N – a + 1 and

s = N – B + 1 . Then DEB = D . if m is even , while DER = - Demo if m is odd .

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 1 |

OMAE200692014 | 7 |

OMAE200692049 | 17 |

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