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

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Using the modal displacement expressed shear force and EDQ into the above

equation , the following equation can be obtained where [ ke ] , [ ke ) and ( me )

are Ņe x Ņe

Using the modal displacement expressed shear force and EDQ into the above

equation , the following equation can be obtained where [ ke ] , [ ke ) and ( me )

are Ņe x Ņe

**element**stiffness matrix ,**element**initial stress matrix , and**element**...Page 434

For this transformation , { i } and ( T ) in Eq . ( 12 ) are expressed by the equivalent

DQ

to separate the analysis domain or at the real physical domain boundary ...

For this transformation , { i } and ( T ) in Eq . ( 12 ) are expressed by the equivalent

DQ

**element**is at the inter -**element**boundary of two real physical**elements**usedto separate the analysis domain or at the real physical domain boundary ...

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Nne + IK , B = 1 B = 1 where ( ke ) and ( ke ) are Ņe x Ņe

and

...

Nne + IK , B = 1 B = 1 where ( ke ) and ( ke ) are Ņe x Ņe

**element**stiffness matrixand

**element**initial stress matrix , and { re } is the**element**load vector . The**element**load vector can be expressed by B = dūn ! PAWN " duN = PS - PI ( 1 ) TE...

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 1 |

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