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

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The

initial eigenfrequencies will not become true

mass will depend on the non - dimensional frequency and hence also on the ...

The

**response**is always assumed to take place at an eigenfrequency , but theinitial eigenfrequencies will not become true

**response**frequencies since addedmass will depend on the non - dimensional frequency and hence also on the ...

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corresponding to the center of gravity of the mean wind profile , i . e . : Charact D

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ratio of 5 % .

**Response**specta The wind forces have been calculated at a heightcorresponding to the center of gravity of the mean wind profile , i . e . : Charact D

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**Response**spectrum with varying wave age for U10 = 20 m / s and dampingratio of 5 % .

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The

springing

heave , roll , and pitch periods . There is very little wave energy above 30 s and

the ...

The

**response**for periods below 5 s is also called high - frequency ringing andspringing

**response**due to second - order sumfrequency excitation at the TLPheave , roll , and pitch periods . There is very little wave energy above 30 s and

the ...

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OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 1 |

OMAE200692014 | 7 |

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