## 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 internal ballast

loadings . ... 1750 C3 Figure 3

DISCUSSION

submersible ...

the internal ballast

**tanks**to keep the unit free of heeling due to the asymmetricalloadings . ... 1750 C3 Figure 3

**Tank**Arrangement - top view C4 RULESDISCUSSION

**TANK**SUBDIVISION The MonoBR is as different from a semi -submersible ...

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The numerical method used in this study is based on a finite - difference method ,

in which impact pressure on the

boundary condition proposed by the authors .

The numerical method used in this study is based on a finite - difference method ,

in which impact pressure on the

**tank**ceiling is treated accurately by a numericalboundary condition proposed by the authors .

**Tank**motion with six degrees of ...Page 765

Wei is the frequency of wave encounter , and it is defined as following sections .

Note that the

Fore where U , is the ship velocity and x the heading angle . Ni is the amplitude ...

Wei is the frequency of wave encounter , and it is defined as following sections .

Note that the

**tank**length shown in Fig . 3 is exaggerated . Qe ; = w , - ; Ucos y ( 9 )Fore where U , is the ship velocity and x the heading angle . Ni is the amplitude ...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY | 1 |

OMAE200692014 | 7 |

OMAE200692049 | 17 |

Copyright | |

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