## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1991 - Arctic regions |

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3 Introduction In real cases , the curvature will change when applying an internal

friction moment , but at a much higher

also nescessary for numerical simulations in order to avoid numerical problems ...

3 Introduction In real cases , the curvature will change when applying an internal

friction moment , but at a much higher

**bending**stiffness than the elastic . This isalso nescessary for numerical simulations in order to avoid numerical problems ...

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At this point the

be approximated by a bilinear stiffness . strips . Feret and Bournazel ( 1987 ) and

McNamara and Harte ( 1989 ) present models which calculate the contact ...

At this point the

**bending**stiffness is significantly decreased . This behaviour maybe approximated by a bilinear stiffness . strips . Feret and Bournazel ( 1987 ) and

McNamara and Harte ( 1989 ) present models which calculate the contact ...

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PARTIAL SAFETY FACTORS FOR VERTICAL

CONTAINERSHIPS S index 8 n * design value , here defined. 1991 OMAE –

Volume II , Safety and Reliability ASME 1991 c . Östergaard Germanischer Lloyd

Hamburg ...

PARTIAL SAFETY FACTORS FOR VERTICAL

**BENDING**LOADS ONCONTAINERSHIPS S index 8 n * design value , here defined. 1991 OMAE –

Volume II , Safety and Reliability ASME 1991 c . Östergaard Germanischer Lloyd

Hamburg ...

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### Contents

CONTENTS | 131 |

High Frequency Hydrodynamic Damping of a TLP | 147 |

A Comparison of Results | 153 |

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